The bad rounds don't feel as bad and the tough ones are easier to handle these days for Luke Donald but before anyone believes the Englishman has lost his hunger to win a long-awaited major – think again.
Six consecutive birdies catapulted Thomas Bjorn to a five-stroke lead over Luke Donald after the third round of the BMW PGA Championship in Virginia Water, England.
Wentworth is a course that polarises opinion among golf's elite players - some like it, others hate it - and the views of Henrik Stenson and Luke Donald provide a perfect summary of the situation.
Two weeks to Memorial Day weekend!
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Luke Donald was penalized two strokes at The Masters on Thursday for grounding his club while the ball was still in a bunker on the ninth hole. A spokesman for Augusta National, where the Masters is played, told YahooShow More Summary
One week after a fifth-place finish at the Masters, Matt Kuchar broke through in improbable fashion at the PGA Tour's RBC Heritage event in Hilton Head, South Carolina. Kuchar was four strokes back of Luke Donald at the start of the final round. Show More Summary
American Matt Kuchar holed a 20-yard bunker shot to birdie the final hole and claim a one shot victory over Briton Luke Donald at the RBC Heritage in South Carolina on Sunday.
Luke Donald took advantage of receptive greens, firing a 5-under 66 on Saturday to take the third round lead. While rain was a major impediment on Friday at the RBC Heritage Open, things cleared up some on Saturday and the wet conditions led to some low scores. Show More Summary
Former world number one Luke Donald, back in form after revamping his swing, closed strongly to earn a two-stroke lead after the third round at the $5.8 million (3.4 million pounds) RBC Heritage in South Carolina on Saturday.
By Luke McKinney Published: April 19th, 2014 Donald Trump has wiped his ass with money for so long, he thinks shittiness is synonymous with success. He wasn't born, he was laid into a solid gold eggshell to protect him from ever learning. And he never left. This would be fine if he wasn't such
Englishman Luke Donald had a rough first round at the Masters, carding a 77 even before being notified of a two-stroke penalty for a bunker shot on nine. It seems Donald grounded his club with the ball still in the sand, and nobody would have noticed—if not for a couple of eagle-eyed fans who tattled on him, almost by accident. Read more...
Luke Donald's poor start at the Masters on Thursday got worse after the round when he was told a patron at Augusta national called in a two-stroke penalty on the ninth hole, which he double bogeyed. That turned into a quadruple-bogey...Show More Summary
Luke Donald was penalized two strokes at The Masters on Thursday for grounding his club while the ball was still in a bunker on the ninth hole. A spokesman for Augusta National, where the Masters is played, told Yahoo Sports that the...Show More Summary
Luke Donald incurred the wrath of Masters officials when he was penalized two shots for an infringement during his opening round at Augusta National on Thursday.
EXCLUSIVE: Relativity has acquired U.S. distribution rights to November Man, the Roger Donaldson-directed spy-thriller that stars Pierce Brosnan, Olga Kurylenko and Luke Bracey. It marks the second project for Relativity with Donaldson, who helmed the 2008 hit The Bank Job in 2008. Show More Summary
Uhh, that probably belongs to someone. Stepping back for a minute, it's actually surprising that this doesn't happen more at professional golf tournaments. Luke Donald, currently tied for fifth and just one shot back of the leaders at the WGC-Cadillac Championship, sent his drive wayward right off the fairway at the 10th hole on Friday. Show More Summary
Put that back!
Why not, since it was a zany day at the WGC Cadillac?
IT MAKES SENSE THAT RECENT defending champions of the WGC-Accenture Match Play would have impressive head-to-head records. They include Ian Poulter, Luke Donald, Hunter Mahan and Matt Kuchar.Poulter, for instance, was 22-11 before going home early yesterday. Show More Summary
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