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Stephen Gallacher thinks he can win a major as he prepares for his second taste of the "unique" Masters experience.
Australia's Aaron Baddeley makes up for a poor tee shot on the 17th with a stunning recovery in San Antonio.
Graeme McDowell's Masters preparations are hit as he has to withdraw from the Texas Open with a leg injury.
United States Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III says Tiger Woods is confident of qualifying for the 2016 team.
Darren Clarke says Rory McIlroy will win the Masters but maybe not this year or next, writes BBC golf expert Iain Carter
How to get into golf - from hitting a few balls on the range or a quick nine holes, to the full 18 and tournaments.
Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke is considering asking Liverpool's Steven Gerrard to speak to his European side at Hazeltine.
Northern Ireland's world number one Rory McIlroy replaces Tiger Woods as the face of the official PGA Tour video game.
They are good friends with vast Ryder Cup experience, but how do 2016 captains Darren Clarke and Davis Love III compare?
European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke says Rory McIlroy's game "is too perfectly suited for Augusta" for him not to one day win The Masters.
Lydia Ko's rise to the top of the women's game aged 17 is "startling", says golf correspondent Iain Carter.
Scotland's Marc Warren plays in this week's Texas Open hoping to do enough for a first Masters invite.
Darren Clarke says his Ryder Cup captaincy could not have come at a better time with the chance to "make history" in 2016.
Padraig Harrington's victory in the Honda Classic was reward for his hard and idiosyncratic work, writes Iain Carter.
Rory McIlroy prepares for Augusta trying to rectify the faults that have undermined his efforts on the PGA Tour so far this year.
With Tiger Woods in danger of missing another Masters, Iain Carter says golf is now in good shape to cope.
BBC Breakfast's Mike Bushell tries out the latest craze - speed golf.
World number one Rory McIlroy records his first professional hole-in-one on day two of the Abu Dhabi Championship.
Matt Every retains the Arnold Palmer Invitational title by one shot as Henrik Stenson allows victory to slip away.
As American golf legend Jack Nicklaus celebrates his 75th birthday, relive his 18th major win at the 1986 Masters in Augusta.