WGC Match Play: Billy Horschel outlasts Scottie Scheffler in sloppy final, wins first title in four years
Horschel, the No 32 seed, won for the sixth time on the PGA Tour. It was his first individual title in nearly four years.
The victory over Rahm sent Scheffler, a Texas graduate and now the crowd favourite at Austin Country Club, into the semifinals against Matt Kuchar, who beat Jordan Spieth in the morning and Brian Harman in the afternoon.
Scott, overcame an early double-bogey to shoot one-under-par 70 and triumph by two shots over Sung Kang, Matt Kuchar and Scott Brown
Mexico's Abraham Ancer coasts to five-shot victory at Australian Open to win second professional golf tournament
Mexico's Abraham Ancer romped to a five-shot victory at the Australian Open on Sunday, holding his nerve to win only his second professional golf tournament.
Shubhankar Sharma, grouped alongside Poulter and Cabrera-Bello, was eliminated at the group stage after failing to stop the ball inside the marked circles in any of his five attempts
Shubhankar Sharma, who shot five-over 77 in the first round, is now seven-over for the tournament and has nine more holes to go in the second round.
Augusta Masters 2018: Jordan Spieth takes two-shot lead after first round as fans cheer Tiger Woods' return
Tiger Woods felt the love, but it was Jordan Spieth who heard the roars as he surged to a two-stroke lead in the Masters on Thursday with a scintillating six-under par 66.
Anirban Lahiri played a lot better than what the scorecard showed but a good chunk of the blame for that would fall on the shortest club in his bag, the putter. Lahiri, who opened with a bogey and three-putted twice still came back with a one-over 72 that placed him Tied-33rd at the end of the first round of the 99th PGA Championships at Quail Hollow.
Vijay Singh, a 34-times winner on the PGA Tour who has not triumphed since 2008, is off to his best tournament start all season after opening with a 66.
Jordan Spieth survived a roller-coaster final round at the British Open to claim his third major title. Take a look at some of the best moments from Sunday.
British Open 2017: Jordan Spieth's mental fortitude helped him stage gritty recovery and clinch title
A final round full of drama, a tale of mental fortitude and Jordan Spieth's transition from ice cold to red hot headlined the 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.
Jordan Spieth won the British Open at Royal Birkdale on Sunday by three shots from fellow American Matt Kuchar after a dramatic final round.
British Open 2017: Jordan Spieth continues stranglehold with 3-shot lead, Branden Grace makes history
Jordan Spieth has a very strong conversion rate to boast of, having won eight of the nine events that he has led or co-led after three rounds.
British Open 2017: Jordan Spieth continues charge, Branden Grace shoots a 62 to set new major record
Branden Grace took advantage of benign conditions on the links of Royal Birkdale that were a world away from the rain and wind that rendered shot-making almost impossible on Friday.
On a day when it was cold, windy and rainy and play was stopped for a 15 minutes in the evening, Lahiri and Kapur, had to work and in the end fell short by a narrow one-shot margin at six-over-par 146.
Jordan Spieth handled the miserable conditions brilliantly in the second round of the British Open on Friday as he took a commanding two-shot lead into the weekend at Royal Birkdale.
Jordan Spieth produced one of his best major championship efforts to take a share of the lead alongside fellow Americans Brooks Koepka and Matt Kuchar after the first round of the British Open.
India's Anirban Lahiri shot one of the best rounds of his fledgling PGA Tour career with a bogey free seven-under 65 to finish a brilliant second at the Jack Nicklaus' Memorial tournament in Dublin.
Kuchar was four shots behind Luke Donald at the start but made that up with seven birdies on his first 10 holes. He had a birdie putt of less than eight feet at the par-3 17th, but three-putted for bogey to fall into a tie for first.