Paul Casey

McIlroy dismisses Tiger and Jack comparisons: "I'm on my journey"

Rory McIlroy drew comparisons with the game's two greatest living major winners for his WGC-Cadillac Match Play win over Gary Woodland at Harding Park.

McIlroy dismisses Tiger and Jack comparisons: "I'm on my journey"

Unfinished business for McIlroy and Casey at WGC – Cadillac Match Play

Rory McIlroy ended up watching the Mayweather - Pacquiao bout in the media centre after his  clash with Paul Casey went 21 holes before darkness called a halt to proceedings at Harding Park.

Unfinished business for McIlroy and Casey at WGC – Cadillac Match Play

Harrington hits 18-year low and exits world Top 300

On a day when Paul Casey was "over the moon" and Andy Sullivan won a trip into space, Pádraig Harrington is about to hit a new low and slip out of the Top 300 in the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time in more than 18 years.

Harrington hits 18-year low and exits world Top 300

Casey takes a giant step in Ireland

GET IN. Irish Open champion Paul Casey celebrates his tournamernt winning eagle putt on the 18th at Carton House. Picture: Fran Caffrey / www.golffile.ieIt was the most English of distances - a couple of paces less than a cricket pitch - yet for Paul Casey the 20 yard walk to pull the ball out of the hole on the 18th green on the Montgomerie Course was the most pleasant of journeys.

Lowry bows out

Shane Lowry shows his frustration after driving into a fairway bunker at the sixth in Saturday’s third round. Picture: Thos Caffrey / www.golffile.ieLike the Titan, Atlas, who was punished by the gods and made to support the heavens, Shane Lowry’s single-handed bid to carry the Irish Open on his broad shoulders ended in disappointment at Carton House.

Donald and Casey aren't The Young Ones any more

Harrington and Noh Seung-yul at the 2010 Iskandar Johor Open.Padraig Harrington knows talent when he sees it but while he’s a huge admirer of Martin Kaymer, Rory McIlroy and Korea’s Noh Seung-Yul Noh, he’s looking to a group of ageing young ones to make their mark at last.

Injured Casey cagey over chances

Paul Casey insists he won’t play in pain in Spain as chases down Race to Dubai leader Lee Westwood at the Volvo World Match Play.

The English ace is desperate to get back on the winning trail after three months on the sidelines with a rib injury.

But he’s not quite 100 percent and vowed that he won’t play on at all costs in the 16-man matchplay showdown at Finca Cortesin.

Tiger sets sights on Doral victory

Tiger Woods bows to no man - not even Tiger Woods.

After a start to the season that has seen teenagers such as Rory McIlroy, Ryo Ishikawa and Danny Lee touted as possible successors to the world’s most dominant player, the man himself has only to look in the mirror to see his biggest challenger staring coldly back at him.

Ogilvy confirms matchplay supremacy

Australia’s Geoff Ogilvy sprinkled a little more magic on Rory McIlroy’s WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship performance when he defeated England’s Paul Casey by 4 and 3 in the 36-hole final at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club near Tucson.

McIlroy unsurprised by his Tucson performance

The plaudits keep on piling up for Rory McIlroy following his phenomenal PGA Tour debut in the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in Tucson. But it appears that the only person who was unsurprised by his run to the quarter-finals was the young gun himself.

Advantage Casey in Order of Merit race

Padraig Harrington made a sizzling start in the Dunhill Championship but still lost ground to red-hot Paul Casey.

The Dubliner opened with a six under par 66 at Kingsbarns only to discover that Order of Merit leader Casey had just carded an incredible 63 in the group in front.

Dirty Harri and the Sundance Kid

Top gun Padraig Harrington will have the Sundance Kid on his side as he bids to keep his money list dream alive at the Home of Golf.

Millionaire business tycoon JP McManus will team up with the Dubliner in the star-studded Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews today.