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Tour Report: Mickelson birdies four straight (PGATOUR.com)

LEMONT, Ill. — Phil Mickelson put himself behind the eight-ball early, playing his first five holes in 4 over. Lefty has turned things around, though, with four straight birdies starting at the ninth hole. Mickelson made a 17-footer at the par-5 ninth to start the flurry, then added a 4-footer at No. 10, a 3-footer [...]

Tour Report: Leaderboard update: Wilson surging (PGATOUR.com)

LEMONT, Ill. — Justin Rose continues to be dialed in the early starters near the end of their first rounds. The Englishman has moved to 6 under and owns a two-stroke lead over Webb Simpson, K.J. Choi and Mark Wilson. Rose has hit 11 of 11 fairways and all but one of his first 15 [...]

McIlroy, Kaymer still undecided on ’12 tour membership

Rory McIlroy and Martin Kaymer have until the end of November to decide if they will take up PGA Tour membership next year and may take as long to decide.

Britain and Ireland take 4-1 lead from fourballs (AP)

Britain and Ireland took a 4-1 lead over Continental Europe after the opening fourballs Thursday in the Vivendi Seve Trophy. Anders Hansen and Francesco Molinari won the only point for the European team with a single-hole victory over Mark Foster and Lee Westwood. "I'm obviously delighted, really delighted I got my pairings right," Britain and Ireland captain Paul McGinley said.

Golf-Foster’s dream debut turns sour

VERSAILLES, France, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Briton Mark Foster realised a burning ambition on Thursday but his debut for Britain and Ireland in the Seve Trophy went much like his European Tour season.

Golf-Foster’s dream debut turns sour (Reuters)

Briton Mark Foster realised a burning ambition on Thursday but his debut for Britain and Ireland in the Seve Trophy went much like his European Tour season.

Golf-Britain and Ireland make fine start to Seve Trophy defence

- By Norman Dabell

Britain and Ireland take 4-1 lead from fourballs

Britain and Ireland took a 4-1 lead over Continental Europe after the opening fourballs Thursday in the Vivendi Seve Trophy. Anders Hansen and Francesco Molinari won the only point for the European team with a single-hole victory over Mark Foster and Lee Westwood. "I'm obviously delighted, really delighted I got my pairings right," Britain and Ireland captain Paul McGinley said.

Golf-Foster’s dream debut turns sour

Briton Mark Foster realised a burning ambition on Thursday but his debut for Britain and Ireland in the Seve Trophy went much like his European Tour season.

Notes: Donald puzzled by tabloid quoting him on Tiger

Luke Donald disputes a British newspaper headline in which he says the Tiger Woods era is over.