Former world number one Luke Donald made a blistering start to the Nedbank Golf Challenge on Thursday but the first round was cut short by thunderstorms.
Lightning halted the first round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge and Luke Donald's rapid start at the 30-man invitational on Thursday.
Luke Donald shot a 5-under 66 on Sunday to defend his title at the Dunlop Phoenix and earn his first victory of the year.
Former world number one Luke Donald recorded six successive birdies in a second round 66 at the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai on Friday to bolster his chances of claiming a first win of the year on the European circuit.
A lot of the top golfers in the world are currently making their yearly China swing, and if we keep getting photos like the one above I hope they never leave. That picture is Yao Ming posing with Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, GraemeShow More Summary
Luke Donald could not have hand-picked a more suitable venue for this week's BMW Championship as he aims to end what has been a disappointing season, by his lofty standards, with a flourish.
Tiger Woods and Justin Rose have games that Luke Donald admires, so when the time came for Donald to make the hard call to change swing coaches, the formerly top-ranked golfer hoped for a date with Sean Foley, the man holding the video camera behind both the world No. Show More Summary
Luke Donald (Allison) AS PGATOUR.COM'S HELEN ROSS REPORTED from the BMW Championship, Luke Donald has made tough moves before. He let go of a faithful caddie, who also happened to be his brother, Christian. This season Donald has made a coaching switch, relieving instructor Pat Goss of his long-game duties. Show More Summary
Former world number one Luke Donald will donate $1,000 for each birdie and $2,000 for every eagle he makes in this week's BMW Championship in support of The First Tee of Greater Chicago youth development program.
Iain Carter looks at the Great Britain and Ireland squad headed to National Golf Links for this week's Walker Cup a
Former U.S. Open winner Webb Simpson and former world number one Luke Donald completed rounds of four-under-par 67 on Friday to join a tightly-packed leaderboard at the weather-hit Barclays.
Muirfield wasn’t too kind to England’s Luke Donald on day one of the 2013 British Open. Although the guy didn’t end up breaking any clubs or anything, he did shoot a nine-over 80, which means that, barring one of the greatest comebacks in the history of golf, he is still going to be one of [...]
The 142nd British Open hasn't been kind to Luke Donald, who along with Lee Westwood bears the "Best Player Never To Have Won A Major" tag. Donald, the world's ninth-ranked player, shot a 9-over 80 in Round 1, which would have been worse...Show More Summary
Luke Donald got the luckiest break of the British Open when his approach shot hit the top of a stone wall, bounced off the face of a building, and plopped right in the middle of the fairway. He's still having a rough round, but this will help: Here's a look at how it happened: Join the conversation about this story »
Former world number one Luke Donald has predicted a great British Open championship this week on a rock-hard Muirfield layout that will favour the more experienced performers.
The best-dressed man on the PGA tour on dressing for the office. Which happens to be a golf course.
Luke Donald misses another major title chance at the US Open – Golf news Luke Donald once again had finish a major golf championship without being his name on top of the leaderboard, as he faltered for a five-over par 75 in the final...Show More Summary
It's felt like the entire field has crumpled at the same time during the final round of the U.S. Open today at Merion. Luke Donald went from hitting out of the water to hitting out of the sand. Rory McIlroy broke a club and while it looked like perpetual sad-sack Justin Dufner was going to make a push for a second there, he fell back as well. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. You gotta keep your head on a swivel when you're at a golf tournament, as you never know quite when a ball's coming your way. A volunteer found this out as Luke Donald sailed one straight into her noggin, part of an absolutely godawful start to the day for the former world No. Show More Summary