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Hamilton looks to topple Rosberg in China GP
Hamilton looks to topple Rosberg in China GP

Dominant Lewis Hamilton will gun for his third win in a row at Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix and hope he can also snatch the world championship lead from his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.

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  • Furyk, Martin match Choi for PGA Heritage lead

    Americans Jim Furyk and Ben Martin matched South Korea's K.J. Choi for the lead on Saturday after the conclusion of the storm-halted second round of the $5.8 million US PGA Heritage tournament.

  • PGA Heritage scores

    Scores after Saturday's completion of the storm-halted second round of the $5.8 million US PGA Tour's Heritage (par 71, USA unless noted):

  • Westwood wilts but maintains lead in Malaysia

    Lee Westwood survived high temperatures and fierce competition from compatriot Andy Sullivan to cling onto the lead in the Malaysian Open on Saturday by a single-stroke.

  • Malaysian Open third round scores

    Leading third-round scores on Saturday in the $2.75 million Maybank Malaysian Open at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club:

  • Stanford seizes command at LPGA Hawaii event

    Angela Stanford, seeking her sixth career victory, fired a five-under par 67 on Friday to seize a four-stroke lead after the third round of the $1.7 million US LPGA Lotte Championship.

  • LPGA Lotte Championship scores

    Leading third-round scores on Friday from the $1.7 million US LPGA Lotte Championship (USA unless noted, a-denotes amateur, par-72):

  • Choi grabs lead at storm-hit PGA Heritage

    South Korea's K.J. Choi fired a four-under par 67 to seize a one stroke lead in the clubhouse before heavy rain halted play Friday at the US PGA Heritage tournament.

  • Sharp-shooting Westwood stretches lead in Malaysia

    Lee Westwood stretched his lead at the Malaysian Open on Friday, putting on a clinic with his irons as the Englishman moved closer to ending a nearly two-year title drought.

  • Hornets send Larrazabal into Malaysian water hazard

    Spain's Pablo Larrazabal jumped into a water hazard to escape a swarm of attacking hornets during the Malaysian Open on Friday in what he called the "scariest moment" of his golfing career.

  • Malaysian Open second round scores

    Leading second-round scores on Friday in the $2.75 million Maybank Malaysian Open at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club:

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