Ogilvy winds back clock in Canada

Geoff Ogilvy.

Former US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy has produced his lowest US PGA Tour score in seven years to rocket into the early clubhouse lead at the Canadian Open.

Day looking for PGA momentum

Fair way off the lead: Jason Day takes his second shot on the 18th hole.

World No.1 Jason Day will look to find some much needed momentum towards the PGA Championship as he finishes up his Canadian Open title defence.

Johnson stalking Day for top spot

Jason Day hits out of a bunker on the 14th hole during the first round at the Canadian Open.

World No.1 Jason Day's spot on top continues to be threatened by world No.2 Dustin Johnson after the American upstaged the opening of the Australian's title defence at the Canadian Open.

Woods to sit out remainder of season

Another blow: Tiger Woods remains sidelined following back surgery.

The decision by Woods means the greatest player of his generation and arguably of all time will miss all four of the year's major championships for the first time in his career.

Mickelson's best just not enough

TROON, SCOTLAND - JULY 16:  Phil Mickelson of the United States reacts on the 18th green during the third round on day ...

Phil Mickelson looked as sharp as he had ever done on the final day of a major, carding a six-under-par 65. Yet throughout his round, he felt as though nothing he did would be enough to win.

Was this the greatest finish to an Open?

Prizefighters: Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson shake hands after their duel in the British Open.

They say fortune favours the brave, but Phil Mickelson must be left asking how much braver he could have been as he lost the British Open to Henrik Stenson in one of the best finishes to an Open in recent memory.

Day, Scott hit back at Rio officials

Jason Day says golfers aren't chasing prize money.

Jason Day and Adam Scott have hit back at Olympic chiefs for questioning the integrity of the world's best golfers over their boycotting of the Rio Games.

Baddeley soars at US PGA Tour event

Tied for second: Aaron Baddeley.

Australia's Aaron Baddeley has a great chance to secure his US PGA Tour future after rocketing into a tie for second at the rain-interrupted Barbasol Championship in Alabama.

Stenson one up on Mickelson at Troon

Focus: Henrik Stenson lines up a putt on the 14th green.

The British Open was fortified by the over-40s as Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson produced a ding-dong tussle to turn golf's oldest major into a gripping two-man slugfest.