South Korea’s Mirim Lee shot a superb 10-under-par 62 on the opening day of the Women’s British Open at the Woburn Golf and Country Club, equalling the lowest-ever round in the event’s history.
American Dustin Johnson is favourite to claim victory at the US PGA Championship, which is set to begin tomorrow at Baltusrol in New Jersey.
England’s Charley Hull will look to take full advantage of competing on her home course when the Women's British Open begins tomorrow in Woburn.
A new six-hole format involving music and a shot clock, designed to increase the popularity of golf, is set to be introduced onto the European Tour, chief executive Keith Pelley has claimed.
Newly crowned Open champion Henrik Stenson has given the Rio 2016 golf tournament a boost amid a spate of withdrawals by claiming that an Olympic medal would be "special".
Henrik Stenson hit a sensational final round of 63 to become the first Swedish major champion and win an enthralling dual with Phil Mickelson as The Open Championship ended today in Royal Troon.
Sweden’s Henrik Stenson holds a one-shot lead over the United States’ Phil Mickelson going into the final round of The Open Championship at Royal Troon after an intriguing battle between the pair on day three.
Phil Mickelson of the United States preserved his lead at The Open Championship after he carded a 69 to end the second round on 10-under-par but Sweden's Henrik Stenson is hot on his heels and trails by a single shot at Royal Troon.
Phil Mickelson rolled back the years with a vintage display on his way to a record-equalling major round of 63 and a three-shot lead on the first day of The Open Championship at Royal Troon in Scotland.
Padraig Harrington, Seamus Power and Leona Maguire have been selected by the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) for the Rio 2016 golf tournaments after three of the top-ranked Irishmen snubbed next month’s event.
The R&A has been forced to defend its drug-testing policy after four-time major winner Rory McIlroy claimed he could “get away” with doping.
Concerns over the future of golf on the Olympic programme following continued high-profile withdrawals and negative comments from Rory McIlroy have overshadowed the build-up to The 145th Open Championship, due to get underway at Royal Troon in Scotland tomorrow.
Molinari becomes 20th withdrawal from men's golf tournament as IGF confirm Rio 2016 qualification rankings
Three-time European Tour winner Francesco Molinari of Italy has become the 20th male player to withdraw from the Olympic golf tournament at Rio 2016 as the sport’s worldwide governing body published the final qualification rankings for next month’s men’s and women’s competitions.
Golf ace Rory McIlroy has defended his decision to withdraw from Rio 2016 but has dealt the sport’s Olympic future another blow by claiming he may not watch it at the Games - choosing instead to view the “stuff that matters”.
All four of the world's top golfers will be absent from the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after Jordan Spieth joined Jason Day, Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson in confirming his absence.