17 April 2014
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It would be fair to say that the recently held EurAsia Cup did not get under way without a fair degree of contention.
Superbru's James Hutchison previews this week's Masters at Augusta and reckons Tiger's withdrawal should make for a thrilling and unpredictable event.
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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.
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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.
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.
- Westwood on song in Malaysia
- Pak shares the lead in Hawaii
- Spieth cracks top ten
- Thumbs down for Day
- Player: Ball technology hurting golf
- Blixt hopes for Ryder Cup debut
- McDowell managing expectations
- Westwood happy with his game
- Oosthuizen disappointed
- Watson up to fourth in the world
- Woods touch and go for The Open
Some choice images from the final round of the Masters at Augusta, as Bubba Watson pulled of a superb repeat victory. Go to Gallery
The movers and shakers at the third round of the US Masters at Augusta National. Go to Gallery