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Clarke and Kingston claim third round lead
1/17/2009, Darren Clarke and James Kingston lead the African Open on 18 under par going into the final round but it was Richard Sterne’s course record 61 which provided the third round talking point at East London Golf Club

Pernice, Green share lead at Sony Open in Hawaii
1/17/2009, On the kind of day where Tom Pernice Jr. kept his head down to battle the wind and rain, he looked up just in time to see his final shot disappear into the hole for eagle on Friday that gave him a 7-under 63 and a share of the lead in the Sony Open in Hawaii

Green and Storm lead Abu Dhabi field
1/17/2009, Richard Green and Graeme Storm have a one stroke lead at the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship after reaching the halfway stage in 11 under par

Singh has knee surgery, out three weeks
1/16/2009, Three-time major champion Vijay Singh had surgery on his right knee and is expected to miss the next three weeks on the PGA Tour

Cabrera ahead in Africa Open
1/16/2009, Angel Cabrera leads Darren Clarke by two shots at the midway point of the Africa Open after a second round 68 took him 14 under at East London Golf Club

Maruyama leads, but Ogilvy keeps up his pace on another island
1/16/2009, Shigeki Maruyama took a step back from obscurity on the PGA Tour with a 5-under 65 in the wind and occasional rain Thursday afternoon for a one-shot lead in the Sony Open

McIlroy makes his move
1/16/2009, Northern Ireland teenager Rory McIlroy moved into a tie for the lead with Swedish duo Johan Edfors and Mikael Lundberg at the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship after completing a six under par first round

Nordqvist wins Final Qualifying School
1/16/2009, Exactly 30 players qualified for category 8a membership of the Ladies European Tour at La Manga Club in Spain on Thursday. They have all earned the right to play on the LET in 2009

Cabrera leads African Open
1/15/2009, Angel Cabrera leads the African Open Golf Challenge after a brilliant ten under par first round 62

Ochoa engaged to Conesa
1/15/2009, Top-ranked golfer Lorena Ochoa is engaged

Ogilvy coasts to victory
1/12/2009, Geoff Ogilvy overcame a slow start to cruise to a six stroke victory at the season opening Mercedes-Benz Championship

Hansen wins Joburg Open
1/11/2009, Anders Hansen held his nerve on the final hole of the Joburg Open to claim a birdie and win the title from Andrew McLardy

Asia win the Royal Trophy
1/11/2009, Asia held off a final day singles resurgence from Europe to lift The Royal Trophy for the first time with a 10-6 triumph at Amata Spring Country Club near Bangkok

Sorenstam marries McGee in Florida
1/11/2009, Annika Sorenstam and Mike McGee were married Saturday, four weeks after the Swedish golf star ended her Hall of Fame career

Ogilvy seizes control at Mercedes-Benz
1/11/2009, Geoff Ogilvy ran off three straight birdies on the back nine and shot an 8-under 65 on Saturday to make the rest of the winners-only field at the Mercedes-Benz Championship feel as though they were playing for second

Boeljon wins first stage of LET Qualifying School
1/10/2009, Dutch amateur Christel Boeljon led the pre-qualifiers bidding to make it onto the Ladies European Tour at La Manga Club in Spain

Trio lead Joburg Open
1/10/2009, Charl Schwartzel, Andrew McLardy and David Drysdale share the lead going into the final round of the Joburg Open after the trio finished a rain affected day three on 11 under par.

Europe face uphill task
1/10/2009, José María Olazábal must inspire his European Team to a matchplay miracle tomorrow after Asia enjoyed a red-letter day to take a 6½-1½ lead following The Royal Trophy fourballs

Ogilvy makes first bogey but keeps lead at halfway of Mercedes-Benz
1/10/2009, Geoff Ogilvy was in the valley of the 17th hole at Kapalua, a 561-yard hole that drops 100 feet from the tee

Drysdale holds slender lead
1/10/2009, David Drysdale followed up his opening day 65 by carding a five under round of 66 to lead a rain affected Joburg Open by one stroke at the halfway stage

Ogilvy open 2009 PGA Tour season with lead at Mercedes-Benz
1/9/2009, Geoff Ogilvy felt his game was still sharp after winning in Australia last month

Asia lead after day one
1/9/2009, Asia's bid for a first victory in The Royal Trophy was on track today after the hosts took a 3-1 advantage over Europe after the opening foursomes

Fisher Jnr and Jeppesen ahead after opening day
1/8/2009, Steven Jeppesen shares the lead with Trevor Fisher Jnr after the pair carded opening round eight under par 63s at the Joburg Open

The New First Golfer
1/4/2009, On the golf course, American presidents have always revealed a thing or two about themselves, and Obama is no different; grace under pressure

Garcia signs up for Qatar Masters
1/3/2009, World Number Two Sergio Garcia will jet in to Doha for the 2009 Commercialbank Qatar Masters, presented by Dolphin Energy, with an eye on the top of the Official World Golf Ranking

Money leaderboard
1/2/2009, The Golf Digest 50

European Tour Members dominate the World Rankings
1/2/2009, The potent combination of world-class performances – led by Sergio Garcia, Padraig Harrington, Robert Karlsson and Lee Westwood – and the lure of the inaugural Race to Dubai sees The European Tour’s current Membership ring in the New Year as the dominant force in the Official World Golf Ranking.

LPGA, Brasil 1 Team up for International Golf Exhibition
12/28/2008, HSBC LPGA Brasil Cup 2009 is first-ever LPGA competition in Brazil

Snedeker to make European Tour bow in Qatar
12/28/2008, Former US PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Brandt Snedeker will hit The European Tour trail when he makes his debut at the 2009 Commercialbank Masters, Presented by Dolphin Energy at Doha Golf Club from January 22-25.

Davies signs up for NZ Women's Golf Open
12/27/2008, One of the world's most accomplished female golfers, Laura Davies, will play at the inaugural New Zealand Women's Open in Christchurch next month

Nocera named Ladies European Tour Player of the Year
12/27/2008, Gwladys Nocera has been voted “Players’ Player of the Year” by her colleagues on the Ladies European Tour for the second time, crowning a sensational season during which she won five titles and secured seven further top ten finishes.

Annika´s letter for Fans
12/26/2008, My last event is over and it is time to step away from competitive golf.

Founder Members Celebrate 30 Years of the LET
12/26/2008, With 160 champions, 528 tournaments and almost £90 million in prize money, the Ladies European Tour has come a long way since its inception in 1978.

European Tour Members rule the world!
12/23/2008, Christmas is traditionally the time for everyone to take stock and the good news for European Tour golf at the end of 2008 is that the picture is decidedly rosy

Singh wins Chevron World Challenge with a final birdie
12/22/2008, Age is starting to creep up on Vijay Singh, who turns 46 in February and spent the last three months taking the longest break of his life to let nagging injuries heal

Sterne claims South Africa Open
12/21/2008, Richard Sterne claimed the South Africa Open, beating Northern Ireland's Gareth Maybin in a play-off

Kim grabs lead when Furyk double-bogeys final hole
12/21/2008, Anthony Kim put himself into position Saturday for the Tiger two-step

Chih Bing Lam is th new Master
12/21/2008, Singapore's Lam Chih Bing enjoyed an emphatic triumph at the US$750,000 Volvo Masters of Asia on Sunday and claimed his maiden Asian Tour victory

Westwood on course for first win of 2008
12/20/2008, Lee Westwood will take a two shot lead into the final round of the South African Open Championship after he carded a four under par 68 at Pearl Valley Golf Estates

Spanish golfer begins chemotherapy for brain tumour
12/20/2008, Seve Ballesteros has returned to his home in northern Spain to begin chemotherapy treatment following recent surgery on a brain tumour

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