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Rob Lee looks at the spectacle of golf's legends reclaiming the glory days at the Seniors Open
If Rory McIlroy can tame his erratic Friday form he will win the Open at Hoylake, says Rob Lee.
Graeme McDowell has yet to dazzle at the Open, but Rob Lee says that could change at Hoylake.
Rob Lee hopes the Seve Ballesteros biopic fully captures the legendary Spaniard's spirit and style.
The returning Tiger Woods is deeply passionate about golf and would be lost without it, says Rob Lee.
Rickie Fowler's swing change is paying off, says Rob Lee, as his US Open performance testifies...
Rob Lee reveals his US Open tips - and says a birdie-making Dutchman could spring a surprise...
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Ian Poulter says he is over his injury woes and coming into form just at the right time ahead of the Ryder Cup.
Stephen Gallacher is determined to build on his second round of 65 at the Italian Open as he targets a Ryder Cup berth.
Keegan Bradley boosted his Ryder Cup prospects as he carded an opening round of 65 at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Hennie Otto carded a superb round of 62 to hold a three-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Italian Open in Turin.
England’s Trish Johnson carded a six-under 66 in the first round of the Ladies Scottish Open to claim a three-shot lead.
The FedEx Cup moves into the second play-off event on Friday as the PGA Tour makes its annual Labor Day visit to New England for the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston.
This week the European Tour bandwagon rolls into Turin for the Italian Open, with the Circolo Golf Torino playing host for the second year running.
With the 2014 Ryder Cup now just one month away, the battle for the final places on Europe’s team is really hotting up.