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Graeme McDowell has reassured fans that he will be fit to play in next week's Masters despite a recent injury scare.

Henrik Stenson is hoping to achieve his best ever finish at next month's Masters as he looks for a first major success.

Steve Stricker will play his first tournament in nearly four months when he returns from injury at next month's Masters.

The 14-time major winner Tiger Woods has dropped out of the world's top 100 golfers for the first time since 1996.

Jimmy Walker produced a final-round 70 in his home town to win the Valero Texas Open by four shots on Sunday.

Stephen Gallacher has admitted he is excited at the prospect of returning to the Masters after enjoying his first taste last year.

Jimmy Walker holds a four-shot advantage going into the final day at the Valero Texas Open after carding a round of 69 in San Antonio.

George Coetzee insists he is in a "good space" as he fought back in Morocco to remain in contention for a place at the Masters.

Romain Wattel is in a three-way lead going into the final round of the Trophee Hassan II after a five-under-par 67 on Saturday.

Golf legend Greg Norman believes fellow Australian Jason Day has got all the attributes to win several Major championships.

American Charley Hoffman holds a one-shot lead after the first round of the Texas Open after hitting a five-under-par 67.

Former PGA Tour player Notah Begay III feels his good friend Tiger Woods now has an even chance of playing in the Masters.

Jimmy Walker feels there will be no added pressure on his shoulders playing in his home city of San Antonio at this week's Texas Open.

Rory McIlroy has been backed by Europe's Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke to win the Masters and complete a career Grand Slam.

Patrick Reed admits winning a major title is now his main focus ahead of next month's Masters at Augusta.

Europe's Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke admits he might ask Steven Gerrard to deliver a motivational speech to his players next year.

An excited Darren Clarke feels being handed the 2016 Ryder Cup captaincy is the perfect opportunity for him to make history.

Matt Every successfully defended the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill after finishing one shot ahead of the field on -19.

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