Internationals still in the hunt

Hideki Matsuyama of Japan watches a shot on the sixth hole during the Saturday foursomes matches at the Presidents Cup.

It will all come down to the singles as the International team try to end a 17-year drought in Presidents Cup.

US keep lead in Presidents Cup

Jordan Spieth, left, and Dustin Johnson of the United States Team watch play against Jason Day and Charl Schwartzel.

Americans escape with a split of the foursomes matches on Saturday to keep lead in the Presidents Cup in Korea.

Melbourne to host 2019 Cup

International team member Jason Day of Australia may get to play a Cup on home soil.

Melbourne confirmed as host city of the 2019 edition of the Presidents Cup, as well as next year's World Cup of Golf.

Ko rallies in second round

World No 2 Lydia Ko is back in the groove in Malaysia, carding a six-under 65 in a bogey-less second round.

Six birdies and no bogeys have helped Lydia Ko shoot up leaderboard at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia event.

Poulter confident of Masters tilt

Englishman Ian Poulter had a topsy-turvy second round at the British Masters at Woburn but is still in the mix.

Tournament host at Woburn likens his mis-hit at the fifth hole to "a smash around the head with a wet salmon".

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