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Friday 1 December 2023 Dublin: -2°C

# Golf

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German engineering: Kaymer continues his love affair with Abu Dhabi while Irish pepper top 10
Our golf columnist Neil Cullen insists he’s not the emailing golf nerd who got Paddy Harrington disqualified. But he IS a golf nerd. So here’s this week’s big talking points.
Harrington disqualified in Abu Dhabi, Poulter says rules are 'complete bollocks'
Dubliner accepts decision after viewer emails match referee.
Harrington back in the swing in Abu Dhabi
Dubliner leads the way at €2million event after time spent tweaking his game.
Jose Maria Olozabal to lead Europe in 2012
No surprises but Spaniard will be a popular choice as skipper.
The $1,000,000 golf shot
Would you fancy a shot at this spectacular 19th hole?
G-Mac gunning for Mickelson's fourth spot after Hawaii rankings boost
After a breakthrough 2010, Graeme McDowell started the year as he means to go on in Hawaii.
Tiger Woods: dropped from the cover of his own game
He hasn’t even swung a club in anger, and yet Tiger Woods’ 2011 already looks like it might not better than his 2010.
Tour chief George O'Grady gives backing to Irish Open
Fáilte Ireland push for tournment’s inclusion on next year’s schedule despite loss of title sponsor.
G-Mac tames the Tiger in his own backyard
A couple of monster putts from the Portrush man with the American twang sealed a dramatic win. Get in the hole!
'It’s going to be mano-a-mano' - go-time for G-Mac
The Portrush man will go head-to-head with Race to Dubai rival Martin Kaymer tomorrow.
Is the Irish Open to tee off next summer?
Big news for Irish golf fans as the Race to Dubai 2011 schedule is set to be released later.
Guess who's back? More open Tiger Woods takes to Twitter in a new charm offensive
Woods opens up about THAT car crash and reveals that he wears short trousers when on the phone to reporters. Seriously.
Whose life would we prefer to have?
Big fights, successful gambling, playing golf for a living – it’s not a bad way to spend your time.
Rory to concentrate on Euro vision
Homesick Irishman back on European Tour.
Wow, this is awkward...
Lee Westwood met Tiger Woods for the first time since taking his number one ranking – and there was plenty of swordplay.
The battle for No. 1
Kaymer and McDowell duke it out in Andalucia.
The curious case of two golfers, a football player and Twitter
Rory McIlroy versus Robbie Savage. On Twitter. Enough said.
Harrington roars into contention in Malaysia
The Irishman puts his off-form Ryder Cup behind him to card an opening day 64 and tie for the lead.
Westwood's bid for golf supremacy in doubt
The Ryder Cup hero’s bid to become world number one could be scuppered by a recurring calf injury.
Ryder Cup stars move back to solo action at Dunhill
Westwood could go number one at the weekend with a top two finish.
Olazabal gets Monty's blessing for Ryder Cup captaincy
Legendary Spaniard tipped as European captain for Chicago 2012.
In pictures: Europe's Ryder Cup win
Choice images from Europe’s Ryder Cup win
All eyes on McDowell: Ryder Cup rolls right down to the wire
If Europe are to scrape victory, it looks like Graeme McDowell will be the man to sink the winning putt.
Harrington and McDowell putting for victory
The Irish golfers could sink the winning putt for Europe as they tee off last in today’s singles matches at the Ryder Cup.
Rain stops play at Ryder Cup again
Twelve singles set for Monday, while play scheduled to resume today at 1.30.
Ryder Cup 'will continue until Monday' - Montgomerie
Rain halts play at The Ryder Cup until 5pm
After a promising start from Europe atrocious conditions at Celtic Manor have forced play to be suspended until 5pm.
Ryder Cup underway despite bad weather
Rain jackets and brollies are aplenty but the appalling weather at Celtic Manor has failed to prevent the 2010 Ryder Cup from getting underway.
Opening day Ryder Cup Fourball matchups announced
Captains Colin Montgomerie and Corey Pavin have announced the opening day fourball pairs for the Ryder Cup.
Pavin calls on the military for Ryder Cup preparations
US Ryder Cup captain Corey Pavin invites an F-16 pilot to Wales to give a motivational speech to his charges.
Existing US pairings OK with Pavin
USA continues preparation for Ryder Cup as Tom Watson advises Pavin to stick with more of the same.
Paddy Power appeal for campaign to save ad hoardings
The bookie placed a ‘Hollywood’-style boarding within view of a tee box – and is annoyed it’s being torn down.
Are McIlroy and Tiger set for a showdown?
Rory still says he’d love to play Tiger… after dismissing the world number one’s chances last week.
Monty 'has already written losing speech'
Colin Montgomerie has every base covered for the Ryder Cup: he’s already prepared remarks for if Europe lose.
'Ryder Cup 2010' will exceed 140 characters, apparently
Captain Colin Montgomery and Corey Pavin both ban their players from using Twitter during this week’s tournament.
Donald and Casey tied for lead in Atlanta
Donald builds up for Ryder Cup, while Casey builds up to what might have been.
McIlroy: I'd rather win World Championship than Ryder Cup
Northern Irish prodigy moves on from “exhibition” remarks to say he’s more interested in winning individual trophy.
Harrington wary of Tiger threat
European wild card pick gives ringing endorsement to US wildcard, also says he’s building up to a big Ryder Cup.
Westwood to play at Ryder Cup
McGinley admits Westwood doubts are a boost for the American team, but Westwood insists he’ll recover in time for Celtic Manor.
At last, a win for Dustin Johnson
After blowing leads at two tournaments this summer, Dustin Johnson finally wins.