European Tour ramps up slow play penalties

European Tour ramps up slow play penalties

European Tour players will incur a one-shot penalty from November if they are deemed to have breached slow play regulations twice in a single round. 20 Aug 2019
Woods ready to play in BMW Championship

Woods ready to play in BMW Championship

Tiger Woods says he is ready to play golf again this week after the former World No.1 withdrew from last week's Northern Trust due to back pain. 14 Aug 2019
Hur sizzles to wrap up Scottish Open title

Hur sizzles to wrap up Scottish Open title

Mi Jung Hur notched six birdies in the final 10 holes as she secured an emphatic four-stroke victory in saturated conditions at the Ladies Scottish Open on Sunday. 12 Aug 2019
Lowry returns to work after Open win

Lowry returns to work after Open win

Open champion Shane Lowry says becoming a major winner will count for nothing when he steps onto the first tee in his first tournament back since last month's Royal Portrush triumph. 8 Aug 2019
Spieth has to stop tinkering: Chamblee

Spieth has to stop tinkering: Chamblee

Slumping Jordan Spieth might never find his way back from the wilderness unless he stops analysing his swing in such detail and returns instead to his natural ways, says PGA Tour winner turned television analyst Brandel Chamblee. 6 Aug 2019
Presidents Cup: Captain Els to have no say in Royal Melbourne set-up

Presidents Cup: Captain Els to have no say in Royal Melbourne set-up

International captain Ernie Els will have no say in the set-up of Royal Melbourne for the Presidents Cup but still thinks his knowledge of a venue where he holds the course record can help his players. 2 Aug 2019
Man named in reports as Olesen arrested

Man named in reports as Olesen arrested

A man named by British media outlets as European Ryder Cup player Thorbjorn Olesen was arrested at Heathrow Airport. 2 Aug 2019
Minjee Lee runner-up in LPGA teams event

Minjee Lee runner-up in LPGA teams event

West Australian Minjee Lee's potent partnership with World No.2 Jin Young Ko produced an LPGA Tour runner-up finish as they rattled home on the final day of the Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational in Michigan. 21 Jul 2019
Emotional Open return for Northern Ireland

Emotional Open return for Northern Ireland

Home favourite Darren Clarke will hit the first tee shot at the Open Championship when the tournament returns to Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years. 16 Jul 2019
Frittelli punches last Open ticket

Frittelli punches last Open ticket

South African Dylan Frittelli took the final ticket into the Open Championship field when he won the PGA Tour's John Deere Classic by two strokes in Silvis, Illinois. 15 Jul 2019
Edoardo Molinari hot at Scottish Open

Edoardo Molinari hot at Scottish Open

Edoardo Molinari was among many to take advantage of ideal conditions at the Scottish Open on Thursday, vaulting into a four-way share of the first-round lead in North Berwick. 12 Jul 2019
Kuchar can cop media hits but not grandmother’s

Kuchar can cop media hits but not grandmother’s

Matt Kuchar might have been able to shrug off withering social media criticism after paying less than the going rate to his stand-in caddie, but disappointing his grandmother was a whole different matter. 11 Jul 2019
No cart, no Daly for Open Championship

No cart, no Daly for Open Championship

Two-time major winner John Daly is free to ride a cart during the week of the Open Championship – just not at Royal Portrush. 10 Jul 2019
Women's British Open prize money up 40 percent

Women's British Open prize money up 40 percent

Prize money for the Women's British Open will increase 40 percent to a total purse of US$4.5 million (AU$6.4 million), tournament organisers say. 9 Jul 2019
Rahm roars to seal second Irish Open title

Rahm roars to seal second Irish Open title

Spain's Jon Rahm clinched his second Irish Open title with an impressive final round of 62 to seal a two-shot victory on Sunday. 8 Jul 2019
Day recovers but Piercy on fire at Twin Cities

Day recovers but Piercy on fire at Twin Cities

With big names Brooks Koepka and Jason Day making only lukewarm starts, a red-hot Scott Piercy took full advantage to blitz the field in the first round of the 3M Open. 5 Jul 2019
Bezuidenhout wins at Valderrama to join Open

Bezuidenhout wins at Valderrama to join Open

South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout has clinched his first European Tour title in style with a six-shot victory at the Andalucia Masters in Spain. 1 Jul 2019
PGA Tour: Alternate Lashley steals the show

PGA Tour: Alternate Lashley steals the show

Nate Lashley defied his lowly world ranking and made the most of his late addition to the Rocket Mortgage Classic field as he grabbed a one-shot lead after the first round at the Detroit Golf Club on Thursday. 28 Jun 2019
Fame follows US Open champ Woodland

Fame follows US Open champ Woodland

US Open winner Gary Woodland is enjoying life as a newly crowned major champion but has quickly realised the biggest adjustment since his breakthrough victory may just be finding out how to say no. 27 Jun 2019
Pavan claims BMW International Open

Pavan claims BMW International Open

Andrea Pavan has overcame rain and a tense playoff to beat England's Matthew Fitzpatrick and seal his second European Tour crown at the BMW International Open in Munich. 24 Jun 2019
Driver use limited at Pebble Beach

Driver use limited at Pebble Beach

Hitting a driver long and straight is one of golf's special skills but not one that will be on display very often at this week's US Open at Pebble Beach, where the biggest club in a player's arsenal will likely be used only sparingly. 12 Jun 2019