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Tyrrell Hatton is set for his Master debut in April after breaking into the world's top 20 but faces a hectic few weeks first.

European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn hopes French golf fans will play a big role in the 2018 tournament against USA in Paris.

Graeme Storm says the different mindset he's adopted this season is already paying off following his South Africa Open triumph.

Australian Adam Scott is looking to get himself back up into the winner's circle when he defends his Honda Classic title this week.

Dustin Johnson has jumped over Jason Day to be the new world number one after wrapping up victory at the Genesis Open.

Australian Brett Rumford has won the first-ever ISPS Handa World Super 6 on home soil after beating Thai teenager Phachara Khongwatmai.

American Dustin Johnson leads the field after round two of the Genesis Open and remains on course to become world number one.

Paul Casey has confirmed all his focus will be on impressing on the PGA Tour and he only plans to make one trip to Europe this year.

Top seed Alex Noren is out of the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth after missing the cut on Friday.

Tiger Woods' agent Mark Steinberg says his client doesn't need a long break ahead of the Masters in April, despite his injury problems.

Sam Saunders was in fine form as he moved into the lead after a fog-delayed opening round at the Genesis Open in California.

Mark Foster says he is "pleasantly surprised" to be co-leading the ISPS Handa World Super 6 after the opening round.

Adam Scott hopes a successful week at the Genesis Open will set him up nicely for the rest of 2017 as he targets more glory.

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