Rory McIlroy admits he was "glad to be somewhat proven wrong" about golf in the Olympics having said at last month's Open Championship that he wouldn’t be tuning in to watch it because "it didn’t matter".
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Park crowned first women's Olympic golf champion for 116 years as she dominates final day at Rio 2016
South Korea's Inbee Park was crowned the first Olympic women's golf champion for 116 years as she produced a superb fourth round performance to finish five shots clear of New Zealand's Lydia Ko in Rio de Janeiro.
Golf's Olympic return last week was reportedly watched by one the sport's biggest ever global television audiences, it has been estimated.
Britain's Justin Rose won the first gold medal in golf for 112 years as a birdie on the 18th hole was enough to see off the challenge of Sweden's Henrik Stenson today.
A Brazilian athlete - Adilson da Silva - will carve out a niche in Olympic history on Thursday (August 11), when he hits the first shot in an Olympic golf tournament for 112 years.
Being a part of the Olympic Movement is key to growing the game of golf worldwide, the President of the International Golf Federation (IGF) Peter Dawson said here as he announced the men’s draw for the first Olympic golf tournament to be held in 112 years.
Legend Player warns top golfers they have put sport's Olympic place in jeopardy because of mass withdrawals
South African legend Gary Player has criticised his predecessors after they withdrew from the first Olympic golf tournament for 112 years and warned that they had the sport's participation in future Games in jeopardy.
United States' Jimmy Walker hung on to claim a first major title with a one-shot victory at the US PGA Championship at Baltusrol in New Jersey today.
Ariya Jutanugarn survived a scare after seeing a four-shot lead reduced to one before becoming the first-ever Thai player to win a major with victory at the Women’s British Open today.
Play was abandoned midway through the third round of the PGA Championship at Baltusrol in New Jersey today due to wet conditions and the threat of lightning.
Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand carded a superb six-under-par round to surge into a two-shot lead at the Women’s British Open at the Woburn Golf and Country Club’s Marquess course today.
Forget the snakes, monkeys and caimans, it is the owls you need to watch, golfers at Rio 2016 warned
Ground-nesting owls have been highlighted as the biggest risk to players on the course hosting the first Olympic golf tournament for 112 years and which has been likened to a "nature trail".
American Robert Streb shot a record-equalling round at a major tournament to move into a joint lead with compatriot Jimmy Walker on a low-scoring day at the PGA Championship at Baltusrol in New Jersey.
South Korea’s Mirim Lee remains the Women’s British Open leader after the second day of action, despite taking nine shots more to get round the Woburn Golf and Country Club’s Marquess course than she did yesterday.
Withdrawal of top golfers from Rio 2016 has "taken away some of gloss" admits IGF executive director
Some of the prestige of the first Olympic golf tournament for 112 years has been dented by the decision of so many of the world's top male players to miss the event, a leading official has admitted.