Johnson replaces Day as world No.1 with LA win

The American had been third in the world rankings before leapfrogging the Australian Day.

  • Garcia leads, Woods struggles in Dubai

    Garcia shot a superb opening round of seven-under par 65 while Woods slumped to a birdie-less five-over par 77.

  • Giant leap

    BEFORE nailing the most important birdie of his fledgling career, Wang Jeung-Hun took a deep breath to calm down his nerves. He then slowly rolled the ball to the big applause of the crowd. Phew! 


    A TOUR veteran, Thomas Bjorn is a well-respected figure in golf circles around the world. With 15 European Tour titles to his credit, Bjorn is undoubtedly the most successful golfer from Denmark.

  • Interests on and off the greens

    FRANCE’S Mike Lorenzo-Vera had a decent outing at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters tournament where he had a share of the lead at one stage before finishing tied fourth.

  • Masters grows in stature

    AS CURTAINS came down on the historic 20th edition of Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, it was time to relive the past.

  • Van Zyl hopes to keep good form

    THE way Jaco Van Zyl played at one stage gave the impression that the Mother of Pearl trophy would stay with a South African for the third year in a row.

  • Big bonanza for Paisley

    England’s Chris Paisley, who finished tied-13th overall, won $150,000 for bagging a hole-in-one in the second round.

  • Cabreba-Bello happy with his performance

    IN A TOURNAMENT where some of the big names struggled, Rafa Cabreba-Bello did his reputation no harm with rounds of 70, 70, 66, 68 for a tied sixth-place finish.

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