Former world number one Luke Donald has been in the golfing doldrums for the last three years but is hoping a return to the scene of past glories this week can kickstart a turnaround in fortunes.
The Chicago Blackhawks and Nashville Predators are facing off in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Nashville native, Brandt Snedeker, is a huge Predators fan. Luke Donald, who went to Northwestern and lives in Chicago, is a big fan of the Blackhawks. Show More Summary
US Open holder Martin Kaymer and Luke Donald are the latest big names to confirm entries for next month's Irish Open.
A few notable names won't be around for the weekend. The second round of the 2015 Masters is in the books, which means the field has been trimmed heading into the weekend. The cutline settled at 2-over with 55 of the 97-player field making the cut. Show More Summary
Tom Brady, Michael Jordan, Keegan Bradley, and Luke Donald walk on to a golf course … Forget it......... A photo posted by Keegan Bradley (@keeganbradley1) on Mar 28, 2015 at 6:27pm PDT Tom Brady, his NFL opponents won’t be surprised...Show More Summary
Luke Donald, Michael Jordan, Tom Brady and Keegan Bradley played some golf together too ...
In addition to their basketball game, Luke Donald, Michael Jordan, Tom Brady and Keegan Bradley also hit the golf course in what appears (...)
Luke Donald and his caddie can't get on the same page for the exploding fist bump celebration after Donald holes out from the bunker for an eagle.
Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood, Luke Donald and Justin Rose are to take turns in hosting the British Masters, an event that will return to the European Tour calendar this season for the first time in seven years.
Luke Donald is playing the Humana Challenge for the first time in a bid to keep pace on the West Coast swing.
Some of the biggest stars in Europe are starting their year in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.
Who's Luke Thomas pissed off at this time? Roger Goodell and Yankee fans are just a few of the people that Luke goes off on this week. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube
Danny Willett charged past Luke Donald with a final-round 66 to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge by four shots in Sun City, South Africa.
Danny Willett charged past Luke Donald with a final-round 66 to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City by four shots on Sunday.
Your browser does not support iframes. At a golf tournament, fans aren't supposed to go inside the ropes. Most humans know that. Baboons? Not so much. Former world No. 1 Luke Donald had a run-in with a primate on Friday at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa. Show More Summary
Luke Donald shot a 3-under 69 Saturday to maintain a one-shot lead after the third round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
CAPE TOWN, Dec 6 (Reuters) – - Danny Willett produced the outstanding round of the day as overnight leader Luke Donald maintained a one-shot advantage going into Sunday’s final round of the Nedbank Challenge at Sun City.
Donald had to dodge a charging baboon before grabbing the lead at the Nedbank Challenge in Sun City, South Africa.
Anyone who thinks nothing wild ever happens in golf needs to think again. Luke Donald was setting up a shot at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa on Friday when he was interrupted by a baboon. The animal ran onto the course, sending Donald scurrying out of the way. Show More Summary
South Africa has it all — golf courses, safaris, safaris on golf courses… The latter is what happened on Friday when Luke Donald, a former world No. 1 golfer, had to avoid a galloping baboon during the second round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa on Friday. The tournament is first leg of the 2014-15 […]