Jim Herman kisses the trophy after winning the PGA Barbasol Championship in Nicholasville, Kentucky, on Sunday. Associated Press
Ireland’s Shane Lowry withstood howling wind and rain to win his first major at the British Open by six shots from Tommy Fleetwood on Sunday. In desperately difficult conditions, Lowry’s one-over par final round was still more than enough as he finished on 15-under for the tournament to claim
The UAE golfers returned on Sunday after attending a summer camp at two of the Ireland’s finest golf clubs. The participants of the National Junior and Ladies Golf Programmes spent 12 days at the Carton House and The K Club
Venezuela’s Jhonattan Vegas fired a nine-under par 62 to seize the lead after Friday’s second round of the PGA John Deere Classic while American Lucas Glover made a rare albatross.
Silvis: Mexico’s Roberto Diaz birdied four of the first five holes on his way to a nine-under par 62 for a two-stroke lead after Thursday’s first round of the US PGA John Deere Classic in Silvis. Diaz, ranked 430th in the world, was among the last players on the course at TPC Deere Run but completed a bogey-free
Cross-code star Sonny Bill Williams was benched and fellow centre Ryan Crotty missed out altogether as New Zealand named their team for Saturday’s Rugby World Cup quarter-final against Ireland.
Bottom club Ittihad Kalba will look to bounce back to give their new coach a winning debut when they take on Fujairah in the fourth round match of the Arabian Gulf League (AGL) on Friday.