It was perhaps to the detriment of others involved in matches taking place at the time that the focus on the second afternoon of the WGC-Match Play Championship surrounded whether one player would take to the course at all.
There was always the probability familiar comforts were all Jordan Spieth required to kick-start his year. In his back yard of Texas, Spieth is more the home star than the lone one.
The Islamic State attacks on Brussels cruelly exposed the longstanding weaknesses and lack of cooperation between European spy agencies, opening the way for renewed arguments about whether the UK would be safer inside or out of the European Union.
A major Conservative donor has called for David Cameron to face a leadership contest immediately after the EU referendum, whatever the result.
George Osborne was repeatedly challenged by a former Labour frontbencher at a select committee on Thursday as he refused to say whether he would make new cuts to benefits to balance the books.
Nicola Sturgeon has disclosed she could yet introduce a new 50p rate of income tax in Scotland as she sharply changed tack to fend off opposition attacks on her modest tax changes.
“Johan Cruyff was not scared of anything,” Txiki Begiristain recalls.
Paul McCartney is set to join the cast of the upcoming sequel Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
The old comic-book adage goes that if Superman had never existed, the human race would have found it necessary to make him up.
Supporting women in the workplace is about more than fairness, as a report out today has discovered it could also drastically boost the UK's finances.
China 's top brass is pledging reforms and dispelling fears of a hard landing in key national meetings that started over the weekend, underscoring Beijing's efforts to stabilize market sentiment and assert the Communist Party's leadership.
At College of Wizardry at Czocha Castle in Poland, Katie Forster re-creates the magical world of Harry Potter – the unofficial version, that is