Injured Casey cagey over chances
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
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.
McIlroy unsurprised by his Tucson performance
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.