Nine-times major winner Gary Player has been named captain of the South African teams for next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the South African Golf Association (SAGA) has announced.
Australia’s Jason Day claimed his first major title at the US PGA Championship in Wisconsin, posting a record-breaking score of 20 under par at Whistling Straits golf course.
Australia’s Jason Day holds a two-shot lead going into the final round of the US PGA Championship after shooting a 66 on day three to move to 15 under par at Whistling Straits golf course in Wisconsin.
Australia’s Jason Day and Matt Jones share the US PGA Championship lead at Whistling Straits golf course in Wisconsin but the pair are among several players still waiting to complete their round after a storm stopped play.
Scotland have announced they are bidding to host the 2019 edition of the Solheim Cup at The Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire as they look to continue to stage the world’s biggest golf events in the country.
America's Dustin Johnson has a one shot lead at the US PGA Championship after carding a six-under-par opening round at Whistling Straits golf course in Wisconsin, the third consecutive major he has led at the end of the first day.
World number one Inbee Park completed a career Grand Slam by producing a stunning final round to win the Women’s British Open at Turnberry in Scotland.
South Korea’s Jin Young Ko and Chinese Taipei’s Teresa Lu share the lead of the Women’s British Open ahead of the final day’s play at Turnberry in Scotland.
Norway’s Suzann Pettersen enjoys a two-shot lead at the end of the second day of competition Women’s British Open at Turnberry in Scotland.
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.