United States ruthlessly pressed home their advantage to claim a first Ryder Cup title in eight years with a 17-11 victory over Europe at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota.
An afternoon charge put the United States in pole position to win their first Ryder Cup trophy since 2008 as they took a three point lead at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota heading into tomorrow's deciding singles matches.
Europe battled back into contention after a disastrous start to the defence of their Ryder Cup crown on a pulsating opening day of competition at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota.
Europe will be aiming to win its fourth consecutive Ryder Cup title when the 41st edition of the tournament gets underway tomorrow at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota.
Arnold Palmer, one of the greatest golfers in history, has died aged 87.
South Korea's Chun In-gee produced a record breaking round to clinch The Evian Championship title and with it a second major crown.
South Korea won its fourth Espirito Santo Trophy today by a record-equalling margin with a 72-hole total score of 29-under-par, 547 shots, at the 27th Women’s World Amateur Team Championships at Mayakoka El Camaleon Golf Club in Mexico.
South Korea edge closer to fourth Women's World Amateur Team Golf Championships title with fine display on day three
South Korea moved to the brink of claiming a fourth Women's World Amateur Team Golf Championships crown as they carded a third-round score of 138 to move 14 strokes ahead of nearest challengers Switzerland at Riviera Maya in Mexico.
South Korea posted a second-round 137 to move into the lead at the Women's World Amateur Team Golf Championships at Riviera Maya in Mexico.
Switzerland hold a one shot lead after the first day of the Women's World Amateur Team Championships, after sisters Morgane and Kim Metraux starred at the Riviera Maya in Mexico.
The world’s best women’s amateur golfers are heading to Riviera Maya, Mexico, for the World Amateur Team Championships which begin tomorrow.
Rio 2016 Olympic golf gold medallist Inbee Park has revealed she will be reducing the amount of tournaments she plays in following an injury plagued year which will force her to miss this season's final major, The Evian Championship in France.
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".
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.