Canberra golfer Matt Millar will go from the Gold Creek driving range to rubbing shoulders with the world's best next week as he prepares to play for a slice of a $11.8 million prize purse in China.
Golf's real life answer to Happy Gilmore will bring his extraordinary ability to hit a ball further than anyone else to Australia next month.
LPGA chief Mike Whan says the Tour will back golf authorities no matter what decision they make about hosting the 2017 US Women's Open at a course owned by presidential nominee Donald Trump.
The man who led Australia's charge in its rout of the recent World Amateur Championships has decided to turn professional before the start of the country's summer of golf.
Tournament organisers are confident three of the world's top 10 players will still lure fans to Kingston Heath to see Australia defend the World Cup of Golf title next month.
Tiger Woods was No.1 in the World Golf Ranking for a record 683 weeks. Today he is ranked No.786.
Woods withdraws from two tournaments days after committing to play in the PGA Tour season opener.
One already had a golden ticket to a US Masters, one of his best mates desperately wanted one.
The confirmation is in, the waiting is over. Tiger Woods has provided the news all of golf wanted to hear. After 14 months out, the 767th-ranked player in the world will make his reappearance at next week's Safeway Open.
World No.1 Jason Day won't return to play the Australian summer for the first time in three years due to his ongoing back problems.
US Masters champion Danny Willett has revealed his parents and wife were targeted for abuse by rowdy Ryder Cup fans at Hazeltine after his brother Pete wrote a scathing article criticising the behaviour of American crowds.
The late Arnold Palmer was given a moving, highly emotional and humorous tribute by leading figures from the golf world on Tuesday during a lengthy memorial service.
The United States regained the Ryder Cup after a sizzling display at Hazeltine National on Sunday, ending a streak of three consecutive defeats in the biennial event.
Patrick Reed took over his match and the rest of the US team followed suit. Now they need to win only five of 12 singles matches to win golf's Ryder Cup.
Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson inspired a bold fightback by holders Europe in Friday afternoon's (local time) fourball matches before the United States ended a gripping first day at the Ryder Cup with a 5-3 lead.
The last time the United States swept the opening session 4-0 in a Ryder Cup was in 1975. Their captain that year was Arnold Palmer, who died on Sunday. His golf bag was on the first tee here in honour of the player they called the 'King'. However, these awesome foursomes were the most appropriate commemoration Davis Love III's team could have made.
When Europe players Rory McIlroy and Andy Sullivan were struggling to make a 12-foot putt on the eighth green, one of the spectators began to mock them, saying could make the putt.
Masters champion Danny Willett is "bitterly disappointed" with an article written by his brother which describes American Ryder Cup fans as a "braying mob of imbeciles."
Golf legend Arnold Palmer has passed away, according to Golf Digest. He was 87.
World No. 3 Rory McIlroy has survived a three-man sudden death playoff to secure the US PGA Tour Championship and with it the season-long FedEx Cup and a $US11.53 million ($A15.15 million) payday.