Brooks Koepka hits a shot during a practice round prior to the US Open Championship in Pebble Beach on Monday. Associated Press
Defending champion Brooks Koepka completed the lowest 36-hole showing in major golf history on Friday to seize a record seven-stroke lead after two rounds of the PGA Championship while Tiger Woods missed the cut. Third-ranked Koepka, a runaway favorite to capture his fourth major title on Sunday,
The Al Heloo and Al Emadi siblings will be representing the UAE (UAE) in the 2019 Asia Pacific Golf Confederation (APGC) Junior Championship in Japan.
Hosted by the Arab Golf Federation at Amelkis Golf Club, over 52 players from more than 10 different countries will compete at this four-day championship.
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
Kevin De Bruyne scored twice and teed up Raheem Sterling for Manchester City’s other goal as Arsenal crumbled to another humiliating 3-0 home defeat on Sunday.
Centuries from Shimron Hetmyer and Shai Hope powered West Indies to an eight-wicket win over India after chasing down a target of 288 in the first one-day international on Sunday.
Marseille lost goalkeeper and captain Steve Mandanda to an ankle injury as their six-match winning run in Ligue 1 was snapped on Saturday following a 1-1 draw at struggling Metz.