Jason Day of Australia and American Brendon Todd share the lead after the first round of the Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) Championship in San Francisco.
Golf icon Tiger Woods has announced that he will not take part in the World Golf Championships (WGC)-FedEx St. Jude Invitational that starts tomorrow, to focus on the FedExCup Playoffs.
World number one Rory McIlroy is among four PGA Tour players set to compete in a charity COVID-19 relief tournament later this month.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are set to take each other on in a charity golf match for the coronavirus pandemic relief fund.
Mike Rowbottom: Amidst intense sorrow, the impulse to joy asserts our human dignity – Alistair Cooke had it right, and golf was his bag
Like his near namesake, the English cricketer, the late journalist and broadcaster Alistair Cooke received a knighthood from the Queen. Unlike Alastair Cook, however, he was not entitled to call himself "Sir". Not that he wanted to anyway.
Golf legend Tiger Woods could benefit from the freezing of the Olympic ranking and the postponement of Tokyo 2020 until next year, with the American currently out with a back injury.
Top-15 golfers Justin Thomas and Louis Oosthuizen have both committed to playing at Tokyo 2020 - a stance shared by Tiger Woods - in a boost for organisers.
The United States dominated the singles to overturn a 10-8 deficit and win the Presidents Cup against the International team in Melbourne.
A fiery day three of the Presidents Cup saw the United States fight back to within two points of the International team and a physical altercation between a caddie and a spectator.
Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas continued their winning partnership, as the United States produced a late rally to keep themselves within three points of the International team after the foursomes at the Presidents Cup.
It was a glorious first day at golf's Presidents Cup for the International team, establishing a 4-1 overnight lead over the United States after the fourballs.
Tiger Woods will captain the United States team in the Presidents Cup that starts tomorrow, with the International Team desperate to arrest a dreadful record in the competition.
Democracy is a dirtied word in the United Kingdom these days. The Greeks may have invented it, but the British have sullied it thanks to the current shenanigans over another word someone must have dreamed up and is now regretting: Brexit.
Golfing legend Tiger Woods is targeting next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo, describing it as a "big goal" as he looks to add another chapter to his decorated career.