A glance at Round 2 of the Masters
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — A glance at the second round of the Masters:
LEADING: Francesco Molinari, Jason Day, Brooks Koepka, Adam Scott and Louis Oosthuizen at 7-under 137.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Justin Harding of South Africa spent most of his Masters debut Thursday atop the leaderboard, and that's not an unusual position for him over the past year.
Last few Masters spots on the line at Match Play
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — For players trying to get into the top 50 for a Masters invitation, it was critical to get into the 64-man field at the Dell Technologies Match Play with big ranking points...
Migliozzi wins Kenya Open for 1st European Tour title
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Italian golfer Guido Migliozzi won his first European Tour title with a one-stroke victory at the Kenya Open on Sunday.
Harding wins 1st European Tour title in Qatar
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Justin Harding birdied three of the last four holes to win the Qatar Masters by two strokes on Sunday and earn his first European Tour title.
Three share 2nd-round lead at Doha Masters
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — South Africans Justin Harding and George Coetzee and French player Mike Lorenzo-Vega shared the second-round lead at the Qatar Masters on Friday after all three shot 4-under 68...
Kitayama claims first European Tour win at Mauritius Open
BEAU CHAMP, Mauritius (AP) — Kurt Kitayama claimed his first European Tour win at the Mauritius Open on Sunday as he closed with a 4-under 68 for a 2-shot victory.
Kitayama's first European title came in just his third tournament as the American held off Chikkarangappa S and Matthieu Pavon, who both carded 67s to tie for second.
Kitayama, Harding share lead at Mauritius Open
BEAU CHAMP, Mauritius (AP) — Kurt Kitayama and Justin Harding were tied for the lead at 16 under par and held a three-shot advantage heading into the final round of the Mauritius Open on Saturday.
Harding jumped six places to join overnight leader Kitayama out in front after an 8-under 64 in the third round. Kitayama carded a 2-under 70.
Three players were three shots behind at Four Seasons Golf Course; Chikkarangappa S (71), Masahiro Kawamura (67) and Matthieu Pavon (70).