The only place to watch the race for the title live
Re-live the year's first Major at Augusta
From man on the fringes to a key player, could Raheem Sterling now decide the destination of the title?
Matt Stanger reflects on a night that saw the title slip further out of Manchester City's grasp.
Daniel Storey has praise for Olivier Giroud after a soldiering performance against West Ham.
Hamilton or Rosberg? Will Merc maintain their perfect run? Can Ferrari prove Bahrain was a one-off?
Listen to Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold's latest podcast as they discuss the state of the NFC West.
A 24-year-old putter helped Corey Pavin into a three-way share of the lead at the Buick Open on Thursday.
The American fired a bogey-free round of 64 in Michigan - including a run of six birdies in eight holes - to join Bo Van Pelt and Dudley Hart at the top of the leaderboard.
That was Pavin's first back-to-back 64 in 25 years having also carded the score in the last round of the Travelers Championship.
And having needed just 21 putts, the 48-year-old has put the success down to returning to his old putter for the first time in a decade.
He said: "It's a putter I got in 1984. I used it for quite a while, probably up until about the middle of '95.
"Then it took a break until last year. So it was on the bench for over a decade.
"I thought I'd try it and it's been working pretty good."
American Briny Baird and Swede Daniel Chopra are one shot behind the leading pack, while Shigeki Maruyama, Briton Kenneth Ferrie, Jon Mills and Woody Austin are all tied on 66.
US Open runner-up Rocco Mediate, though, struggled around the Warwick
Hills Golf and Country Club with a one-under 71.
And Mediate, who won the title here in 2000, admitted he had left drained by his efforts at Torrey Pines.
"I'm toast. It took a lot out of me. I need to get some rest," Mediate said.
"I'm so tired I can't even talk. You know I'm tired when I can't talk."Buick Open. Click here to bet.
Sarah-Jane Mee, Greg Rusedski, Nick Dougherty, Tim Stimpson and Anna Mayes debate leadership.
The European Tour returns to Asia this week for one of the longest co-sanctioned events on the rota.
After the thrill of The Masters, the PGA Tour remains on the eastern seaboard this week, moving 135 miles north from Georgia to South Carolina.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Ewen Murray with skysports.com