Luke Donald didn't have a good day on Thursday in the first round of the DP World Tour Championship. Donald shot 76 at Jumeirah Golf Estates' Earth course to end Day 1 of the 60-player field tied for next-to-last place. On top of that, he split his pants doing it. The Englishman and former world No. Show More Summary
Luke Donald said successive early birdies helped him recapture some of his long-lost confidence as the former world number one went on to shoot a six-under 66 in the second round of the DP World Tour Championship on Friday.
Luke Donald has been suffering in a dark space in recent times but the former world number one believes he can start to see some shafts of light at the end of a long tunnel.
Overlooked by captain Paul McGinley for this year's Ryder Cup, former world number one Luke Donald believes he only has himself to blame for missing out on Europe's victory over the United States.
NOT MAKING THE 2014 EUROPEAN Ryder Cup team was a bitter disappointment, former world No. 1 Luke Donald told The Telegraph's James Gorrigan in a recent interview. Luke Donald (Allison) "Of course, you always want to play in the Ryder Cup–it’s provided probably my most enjoyable moments in the game. Show More Summary
The European team headed for the Ryder Cup later this month will face the U.S. without former top-ranked golfer Luke Donald.
Luke Donald is the odd man out for Europe’s Ryder Cup team as Paul McGinley made his three captain’s picks Tuesday morning.
Luke Donald is left off the European roster for Gleneagles as captain McGinley opts to go with another English veteran for the 12th and final spot. The European side is all set for the home Ryder Cup at Gleneagles. Paul McGinley rounded...Show More Summary
Ryder Cup heavyweights Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Luke Donald face an anxious nine-day wait before Europe captain Paul McGinley names his three wildcard choices for next month's matches against United States.
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.
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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...