South Korea’s Hyo-Joo Kim holds a one-stroke lead after the opening round of the Women’s British Open at Turnberry in Scotland.
America's Zach Johnson claimed the second major of his career, winning a four-hole play-off to triumph in The Open at St Andrews.
Amateur shares Open lead at St Andrews but Spieth poised to strike for historic third consecutive major victory
Irish Amateur Paul Dunne will go into the final round of The 144th Open tomorrow as the joint leader but American Jordan Spieth will start as the favourite after he finished his weather-affected third round only one shot off the lead.
American Dustin Johnson preserved his single shot lead at The Open after carding a second-round three-under-par 69 as more bad weather caused havoc at St Andrews.
American Dustin Johnson maintained his one-shot lead at the top of The Open leaderboard while compatriot Tiger Woods faltered once again and now looks set to miss the cut for the second consecutive major on a rain-affected day at St Andrews.
The United States’ Dustin Johnson carded a seven-under-par 65 to end day one of the 144th Open at St. Andrews with the outright lead as playing partner and compatriot Jordan Spieth began his bid for a third consecutive major title with a 67.
South Korea's In Gee Chun produced a stunning final round of the Women's US Open at Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania to win her first major title and claim $810,000 (£522,395/€727,273) in first place prize money.
South Korea's Amy Yang will have a three-shot lead heading into the final day's play in the US Women's Open at the Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania, as the 25-year-old bids to secure her first major title.
South Korea's Amy Yang tops the clubhouse standings after the second day of the US Women's Open on seven-under par, having produced a round of 66 at the Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania.
Opening day action at the Women's U.S Open was brought to a premature end at the Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania as dangerous weather conditions forced the postponement of play, leaving Australia's Karrie Webb and America's Marina Alex at the top over the early leaderboard.
American Jordan Spieth secured his second successive major title as he won the US Open following a dramatic final day at Chambers Bay, where compatriot Dustin Johnson three-putted the last hole to hand the 21-year-old an incredible victory.
Australian Jason Day carded a two-under 68 to move to joint-top on the US Open leaderboard at Chambers Bay despite admitting to feeling “groggy” due to drugs he is taking to combat vertigo.
American duo Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed are the new leaders of the US Open after both produced excellent displays on day two, while 14-time major winner Tiger Woods missed the cut on 16-over-par at Chambers Bay.
Sweden’s Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson of America shared the lead on five-under-par as 14-time major champion Tiger Woods carded his worst-ever first round with a 10-over-par 80 on the opening day of the US Open at Chambers Bay.
American Tiger Woods believes competing at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro is “very important” to golfers as the sport prepares to return to the Olympic programme for the first time in over 100 years.