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Male-only Troon 'should not host Open'

Royal Troon should not be hosting The Open while still not accepting women as members, according to the Scottish Women in Sport Foundation.

Schwartzel is latest to skip Olympics

Former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel becomes the latest high-profile golfer to opt to miss the Rio Olympics.

Woods plays first holes since August

Tiger Woods plays his first stretch of holes since last August at the opening of Bluejack National, a course he helped design.

Woods registers to play at US Open

Tiger Woods registers to play in the US Open, suggesting he is close to a return to competitive golf.

McIlroy chooses French Open over WGC

Rory McIlroy will miss the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational as he decides to play in the French Open instead.

Scot Matthew fades at Swinging Skirts

Catriona Matthew closes with a 78 to finish 10 shots behind Haru Nomura of Japan at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic.

Lee claims maiden European Tour title

South Korea's Soomin Lee claims his first European Tour title at the weather-delayed Shenzhen International in China.

Hoffman wins fourth PGA Tour title

American Charley Hoffman wins the fourth PGA Tour title of his career as he birdies the last to win the Texas Open.

Slattery ties for lead in China

England's Lee Slattery is tied for the lead with five holes held over until Monday in a weather-affected Shenzhen International in China.

Donald two shots off lead in Texas Open

England's Luke Donald trails leader Ricky Barnes by two shots after the third round of the Valero Texas Open.

Oosthuizen withdraws from Olympics

Former British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen withdraws from this summer's Olympics in Rio because of family and schedule issues.

Australian Scott opts out of Olympics

Former Masters champion Adam Scott announces he will not compete at the 2016 Olympics, in order to focus on the PGA Tour.

Van de Velde at peace with Carnoustie

Jean van de Velde says he "never wakes up in a cold sweat" about the 1999 Open as he prepares to compete at Carnoustie in the Senior Open.

How Hull moves in and out of the zone

Charley Hull hopes that being distracted by a yellow dress will help her win her first major at her home course.

Masters winner Willett joins PGA Tour

Masters champion Danny Willett joins the PGA Tour following his shock victory at Augusta.

Donald finishes second at RBC Heritage

Overnight leader Luke Donald finishes tied second with Russell Knox as Branden Grace wins the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head.

Johnston claims first European Tour win

England's Andrew Johnston wins his maiden European Tour title with victory by one shot at the Spanish Open in Valderrama.

Lee comes from behind to win in Hawaii

2 weeks agoSports / Golf : BBC - Golf Blog

Australian Minjee Lee cards an eight under par 64 to claw back a five-shot deficit and win the Lotte Championship in Hawaii.

England's Donald regains Heritage lead

2 weeks agoSports / Golf : BBC - Golf Blog

England's Luke Donald will head into the final round of the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head one stroke clear of the field.

Donald & Knox one off Heritage lead

2 weeks agoSports / Golf : BBC - Golf Blog

England's Luke Donald and Scotland's Russell Knox are one shot off the lead after two rounds of the RBC Heritage in South Carolina.

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