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|Archived Since:||July 6, 2011|
Canadian teenager Brooke Henderson breaks the Swinging Skirts tournament record with a nine-under halfway total of 135.
Scotland's Catriona Matthew will be aiming for a hat-trick of Ladies Scottish Open wins at Dundonald Links in July.
A new mixed-team golf event will feature in the 2018 European Sports Championships, which Glasgow co-hosts with Berlin.
American Paula Creamer calls for a women's Masters to be held at Augusta National a week after the men's event.
The appointment of media mogul Keith Pelley as chief executive signals a new direction for the European Tour at a key time.
Six-time major winner Sir Nick Faldo will play in his last Open at St Andrews, 25 years after winning the title there.
Jim Furyk beats fellow American Kevin Kisner via a play-off to seal the RBC Heritage
South Korea's Kim Sei-young holes from the fairway for an eagle to win a play-off at the LPGA event in Hawaii.
Masters champion Jordan Spieth is five shots behind leader Troy Merritt going into the final day of the RBC Heritage.
Jordan Spieth recovers from a poor opening round to put pressure on leader Matt Kuchar and second-placed Graeme McDowell.
Canadian Keith Pelley has been appointed as the European Tour's new chief executive and will succeed George O'Grady.
Masters champion Jordan Spieth shoots a three-over-par round at the RBC Heritage as Graeme McDowell shares the early lead.
US Open holder Martin Kaymer and Luke Donald are the latest big names to confirm entries for next month's Irish Open.
After Jordan Spieth's Masters triumph aged 21, we remember the other great young sportsmen and women.
Jordan Spieth’s Masters victory was brilliant but Iain Carter says Augusta course organisers should also be praised.
American Ryder Cup star and world number 14 Patrick Reed will be playing at the Irish Open at Royal County Down in May.
BBC Sport looks at Jordan Spieth's rise to Masters glory and asks where next for golf's new superstar?
Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke is upbeat as he ends his Masters bid on six over after a final-round 72 at Augusta.
Graeme McDowell's continued failure to make an impact at the Masters disappoints the former US Open champion from Northern Ireland.
Rory McIlroy believes a disappointing opening 27 holes at Augusta prevented him contending for a first Masters victory.