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Power cut as Taylor takes two shot lead at Sony

Seamus Power fell two shots shy of the halfway cut mark despite an encouraging fightback in round two of the Sony Open in Hawaii

WGC-Mexico moving to Florida due to Covid, but will it return?

“While we work toward returning to Mexico in 2022, we are appreciative of the collective effort to bring this event to a worthy venue in The Concession Golf Club, which is renowned as one of the top courses in the state of Florida"

Stage, screen & sports stars dropped from AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

It comes as no surprise given California's heightened coronavirus awareness that this year's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am will be played without its traditional pro-am format next month

Two-time Major winner Cabrera arrested in Brazil

Former Masters and US Open Champion Angel Cabrera has been arrested in Brazil for extradition to his homeland to face charges for several alleged crimes

Three-way tie at the top as Power trails by eight at Sony

Seamus Power birdied his opening hole in Hawaii but that's as good as it got for the West Waterford man after signing for an even par round of 70 on his first appearance of 2021 at the Sony Open

Matthew turns to Golfer’s CBD in pursuit of further success

“There have been instances in the past when I’ve been nervous over a putt and not put my best stroke on it or not been able to control those nerves in a particular moment. These products will help"

Lowry taking Ryder Cup pressure in his stride

Shane Lowry is refusing to accept that he's inviting any extra pressure on himself this season as he again repeated his burning desire to book his place on Padraig Harrington's Ryder Cup team

Irish trio among list of Major champions confirmed for Emirates start

There'll be no shortage of major champions at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic with Shane Lowry, Padraig Harrington and Graeme McDowell adding their firepower to an already exciting field

McGinley sad to see Turnberry robbed of its spotlight

Paul McGinley believes The Open, and golf as a whole, will be "poorer without Turnberry" after R&A Chief Martin Slumbers confirmed that the venue is not under consideration to host any championships in the immediate future

Challenge & Sunshine Tours postpone South African Swing

Following thorough consultation with the medical teams from both Tours, it has been agreed to reschedule the three co-sanctioned events, that were due to take place in February, until later in the year

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