Victor Dubuisson

Dubuisson ends nightmare but Rory fades as Lowry sneaks top 10

Shane Lowry proved that golf is the game played on the six inch course between the ears when he put three average rounds behind to move up from fifth to third in the Race to Dubai after the closing 66 in the Turkish Airlines Open.

Dubuisson ends nightmare but Rory fades as Lowry sneaks top 10

McDowell battles back in Paris

Graeme McDowell needed two late birdies to get back inside the projected cut mark after an unsteady start to his bid for a third successive Alstom Open de France title at Le Golf National.

McDowell battles back in Paris

Afternoon delight for SuperMacs - Faldo skewered by G-Mac

Graeme McDowell hailed Victor Dubuisson as the next European superstar as Rory McIlroy produced a late late show to keep Paul McGinley’s Ryder Cup show on the road at Gleneagles

Afternoon delight for SuperMacs - Faldo skewered by G-Mac

Ryder Cup Tuesday — GMac uncomfortable with Rory dynamic

Ryder Cup Tuesday brought the first full day of serious practice and 14 media centre interviews that threw up the usual questions about Europe's "template", targeting "big dogs",  Rickie Fowler's haircut and exactly how shy/odd is Victor Dubuisson.

Ryder Cup Tuesday — GMac uncomfortable with Rory dynamic

McGinley Hints at Relaxed Captaincy Style

European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley has given his backing to those players opting to miss this weekend’s Wales Open at Celtic Manor and hinted that his approach to leading the European team will be laid back and conducive with players taking key decisions for themselves.

McGinley Hints at Relaxed Captaincy Style

“I was thinking, ‘Why won’t this guy go away?’" — Day on magical Victor

Victor Dubuisson looked shattered as he prepared to dash to the limo that was to whisk him to Phoenix airport and back to Cannes via London following his thrilling WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship tussle and ultimate defeat to Jason Day.

“I was thinking, ‘Why won’t this guy go away?’" — Day on magical Victor

McDowell wants Dubuisson partnership at Ryder Cup

Splitting up Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell in this year’s Ryder Cup at Gleneagles might just be an option for skipper Paul McGinley following Victor Dubuisson’s incredible performance in the WGC-Accenture Match Play at Dove Mountain.

McDowell wants Dubuisson partnership at Ryder Cup

McDowell bows to clinical Dubuisson at Dove Mountain

Graeme McDowell had no problem admitting that his luck probably ran out as he lost to Victor Dubuisson of France in the quarter-finals of the WGC-Accenture Match Play at Dove Mountain.

McDowell bows to clinical Dubuisson at Dove Mountain

McGinley pulling for lesser European lights in Tucson

European Ryder Cup skipper Paul McGinley is not going to tie himself up in knots studying the form of his potential team members at this week's WGC-Accenture Match Play in Tucson.

McGinley pulling for lesser European lights in Tucson

Harrington needs a break - in every sense

Padraig Harrington admits he needs a break. Picture: Fran Caffrey www.golffile.iePadraig Harrington has won three majors. And if he fails to shoot 63 in the final round of the Turkish Airlines Open and qualify for the DP World Tour Championship next week, he will still have three majors.

Harrington left in shade by sparkling Scot

Pádraig Harrington congratulates Craig Lee on his sensational third round 61 in Crans. Picture: Eoin Clarke www.golffile.iePadraig Harrington had a front row seat as Scotland’s Craig Lee missed out on carding the lowest round in European Tour history.

McGinley shines in survival test

Paul McGinley and his caddy, former tour player Simon Hurd, on the 18th during the opening round of the Ballantine’s Championship at Blackstone Golf Course, Icheon, Korea. Photo Jenny Matthews/www.golffile.iePaul McGinley battled swirling winds, lack of tournament practice and the mental barrier of a chronic left knee to open with a fine one under 71 in the Ballantine’s Championship in South Korea.

The 45-year old world No 515, who has limited himself to just four events and only 13 competitive rounds this year to take the pressure off his knee, had two bogeys and three birdies in freezing early morning conditions at the Blackstone Golf Club in Icheon.