Martyn Herman Ernie Els left a spectator bloodied with a wild opening tee shot, defending champion Phil Mickelson went out of bounds, and Bubba Watson's promising start was blown away at the British Open on...
Ernie Els has withdrawn from the Houston Open because of a virus, giving him an unexpected two weeks off before the US Masters.
Oliver Brown If Rory McIlroy's appearance last weekend at his beloved Manchester United taught us anything, it was that money could not buy him taste.
Adam Scott used a run of four successive birdies on Friday to vault into a share of the halfway lead at The Barclays, and Rory McIlroy joined the fray at the opener of the four-event FedExCup...
Oliver Brown Rory McIlroy mounted the first tee at a sodden Valhalla on Sunday night with the familiar feeling of a target drawn on his back.
Richard Shute All the action live from the fourth and final day from the Valhalla Golf Club in Kentucky.
Malcolm Knox With winds at Hoylake building on Thursday afternoon and peaking on Friday morning, the British Open field was severed into two groups, one with all the luck and the other with none.
Tony Jimenez World No.1 Adam Scott has left no stone unturned in the build-up to this week's British Open as he strives to make it third time lucky after two successive near-misses at golf's oldest major...
Golfing gunslingers Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods sprayed Royal Liverpool with a barrage of birdie bullets to steal the show in a thrilling opening round of the 143rd British Open on Thursday.
Hoylake, England Phil Mickelson tries to accentuate the positives despite a chequered second round in the British Open.
Jim Slater Erik Compton, twice a heart transplant recipient, put himself in contention to win the US Open with the round of his life Saturday, a stunning three-under par 67 at Pinehurst.
Playing in the Masters has always been an electrifying experience for Phil Mickelson and this week is no different for the American, even though he is "nervous" about his title bid after recent...
Michael Buteau Adam Scott will play the opening two rounds with PGA champion Jason Dufner and Matthew Fitzpatrick, the U.S. Amateur champion.
Stephen Samuelson Adam Scott and Jason Day lead the Australian charge in golf's most prestigious tournament.
Julian Linden Bubba Watson rolled in five birdies in a row to hold the outright lead late in the second round of the 78th Masters on Friday and surge into contention for a second green jacket in three years.
Adam Scott and John Senden are well placed to keep the green jacket in Australian hands halfway through the Masters at Augusta National.
Ben Everill Oliver Goss will celebrate his 20th birthday in style with another round at Augusta National after the young Australian golf amateur made the cut at the Masters.
Karen Crouse For 54 holes the 78th US Masters was a strokeplay event. And then, on Sunday, it turned into a riveting matchplay contest.
Pete Iacobelli Matt Kuchar produced a stunning chip-in on the 18th hole as he overcame a four-shot deficit to win the RBC Heritage PGA event by one shot on Sunday.
James Corrigan The vagaries, if not absurdities, of golf's rankings mean that Adam Scott would have been assured of rising above the world No.1, Tiger Woods, if he did not play in the Players Championship.