10 March 2014
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Team Asia Captain, Thongchai Jaidee, is looking forward to this month's EurAsia Cup from March 27-29 and is excited ahead of the challenge at the inaugural event.
This week sees the European Tour's South African swansong, the Tshwane Open, take place at the Copperleaf Golf and Country Estate's Ernie Els Club.
The East London Golf Club course is the shortest on the 2014 European Tour schedule, but the historic layout for this week's Africa Open still commands respect.
Two US pairings and a third from England are expected to be the antagonists-in-chief when the Franklin Templeton Shootout brings down the curtain on US pro golf this week.
With five wins this year and five World Challenge titles in 14 starts, it's no surprise whatsoever that Tiger Woods is the favourite to win this week's Northwestern Mutual World Challenge.
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This week's Emirates Australian Open poses some highly intriguing question, a good few of them involving the nation's latest favourite golfing sons, Adam Scott and Jason Day.
While it is true that one swallow hardly makes a summer, a few birdies made a world of difference for Jbe' Kruger.
Darren Fichardt, who with just on R4.4 million has earned nearly twice as much on the Sunshine Tour as any of his pursuers, can't wait for the 2014 European Tour to begin.
Ryan Moore, the current leader of the US PGA Tour Money list, is the bookmakers' favourite this week as the Tour heads down Mexico Way - and more specifically to the ancient land of the Maya civilization
Matt Cooper reflects on another successful 2013 Challenge Tour season and final event.
- Matsuyama apologises to Poulter
- Park takes Mission Hills honours
- Reed leads as Tiger makes his move
- Woods finally tames Blue Monster
- Hadley holds narrow lead
- Poulter slams Matsuyama
- Park comes to the fore
- Brutal day at Doral
- Blue Monster bares its teeth
- Course record hands Driscoll lead
- Pettersen retains Mission Hills lead
A look at some of the impressive golf courses on offer in the south of Wales. Go to Gallery
Ian Botham, Allan Lamb, Mark Boucher and company in action at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Go to Gallery