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Young love: Woz watches Rory in Singapore

At the Barclays Singapore Open, Rory McIlroy is greeted by girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki during a rain delay.

Bold move: Westwood catches Oosthie on Day 3

Lee Westwood fired a round of 61 on Moving Day to join overnight leader Louis Oosthuizen at the top at 18 under par heading into the final round. Phil Mickelson sits just 3 back after a 66 on day 3.

Rory still chasing Hanson at BMW Masters

Overnight leader Peter Hanson shot a 70 on Day 3 to maintain his lead at the BMW Masters at 16 under par. Rory McIlroy sits one back after carding a 69. Tom Abbott brings you the action from Shanghai.

Lefty lurking one back at WGC-HSBC Champions

Adam Scott and Louis Oosthuizen both carded a 65 in Round 1 to lead the WGC-HSBC Champions at 7 under par. Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson both trail by a single shot heading into Day 2.

Rory lurking: McIlroy 5 behind Donaldson at BMW

Jamie Donaldson shot an opening-round 62 to lead the BMW Masters by 4 strokes. Rory McIlroy trails Donaldson by 5 after a 67 on day 1. Tom Abbott brings you all the opening round action from Shanghai.

Hanson outlasts McIlroy in China

Peter Hanson held off a charging Rory McIlroy to win the BMW Masters by a single shot at 21 under par. Tom Abbott brings you the final round fireworks from Shanghai.

Van Pelt leads in Australia, Dufner giving chase

Bo Van Pelt birdied the 18th hole to take a 1 shot lead at 12 under par over Jason Dufner heading into the final round of the ISPS Handa Perth International. Tom Abbott brings you all the Day 3 action from Perth.

Hanson leads in Shanghai, McIlroy 2 back

Peter Hanson leads the BMW Masters by 2 after shooting a 64 in round 2. Rory McIlroy trails by 2 after carding a 65. Tom Abbott brings you the days play from China.

Inside the ropes with Tiger and Rory in China

Listen closely to some of the discussion between Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy during their battle at Jinsha Lake in China.

Van Pelt edges Dufner by 2 shots in Australia

Bo Van Pelt shot a 4-under 68 in the final round to win the ISPS Handa Perth International by 2 strokes over Jason Dufner. Tom Abbott brings you the highlights from Australia.