26 October 2016

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Same country, different world

Both the European and Ladies European Tours are in China this week, but that's where any comparison between them ends.

Eleven months on

As one set of golfers contemplate a return to Q School, some of last year's graduates can reflect on a job well done.

The card chase: update

Having previewed the chase for European Tour cards earlier in the week, we update the situation at the Portugal Masters after 36 holes.

Chasing cards in Portugal

This week's Portugal Masters has plenty of sub-plots as some chase the win and others seek to guarantee their cards for the 2017 season.

The golfer who doesn't fly

Florian Fritsch is a professional tour golfer who doesn't fly but he still might earn his card this year.

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Olazabal returns to Tour

Matt Cooper reports from The Grove on Jose Maria Olazabal's re-appearance at the British Masters supported by Sky Sports.

British Masters Preview

Matt Cooper looks ahead to the action at this week's British Masters supported by Sky Sports, hosted by The Grove in Hertfordshire.

Dunhill Links Diary

Matt Cooper is in Scotland this week, giving us a taste of the unique atmosphere of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

Reed: Captain America

Patrick Reed, champion of the 2016 Ryder Cup is, argues Matt Cooper, an American hero in a very European fashion.

Putting it right

At this year's Ryder Cup the players will have more information about the putting surfaces than ever before thanks to a small company in Berkshire.

Photo Galleries

The final day at the PGA Championship

We take a peak at how Jason Day earned his maiden major win at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits. Go to Gallery

Day three at the PGA Championship

It was a stunning day for golf in Wisconsin, here are some of the best snaps of the day. Go to Gallery

Day two at the PGA Championship

We take a peak at some of the action from the suspended second round of the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits. Go to Gallery