6:39 PM Golf superstar Jason Day has revealed his father physically beat him when he was a child.
6:18 PM The underdog Internationals team have staged a great fightback against the Americans on the second day of golf's Presidents Cup contest in South Korea.
Jack Nicklaus predicted superior putting would be the key at this year's Presidents Cup and so it proved on Thursday
Internationals captain Nick Price declared he's out to win, not please after avoiding pitting world No.2 Jason Day against world No.1 Jordan Spieth on the opening day of the biennial Presidents Cup.
Talented young Australian golfer Antonio Murdaca is turning professional.
Ben Everill Jason Day has promised to lead by example when the International team attempt to pull off a massive boilover by beating the USA for just the second time in Presidents Cup history.
Heavy rain and high winds have cruelled Australians Ryan Ruffels and Cameron Davis's shots at qualifying for next year's Masters at Augusta.
Jon Tuxworth A late implosion cost Canberra's Matthew Millar any chance of victory in his head-to-head battle with James Nitties in the final round at New Caledonia on Saturday.
Jon Tuxworth Canberra golfer Matthew Millar looks set for a two-way battle with James Nitties at the South Pacific Open.
Jon Tuxworth Canberra golfer Matthew Millar says the "kick up the backside" of being forced to win back his tour card is behind his hot form after taking a share of second at the New Caledonia Open.
Jordan Spieth added further accolades to an already stellar campaign on Monday when he was named winner of the PGA of America player of the year award and the Vardon Trophy for the lowest scoring average.
Jason Day's stint as world No.1 is over after just one week as American Jordan Spieth usurped him by winning the Tour Championship and season-long FedExCup.
Jason Day's hopes of a $US10 million ($A14.22 million) payday are all but gone.
Jason Day is losing his grip on the US PGA Tour's $US10 million ($A14.22 million) FedEx Cup bonus and world No.1 ranking.
A disastrous triple bogey derailed a blistering start from Jason Day at the Tour Championship, leaving the world No.1 chasing a red-hot Henrik Stenson after round one.
Australian Matt Jones could be a late call up to the International Presidents Cup team after South African Louis Oosthuizen withdrew from the Tour Championship with a hamstring strain.
Matt Murnane Some would splurge on a luxury car. Others would add to their investment portfolio. How would Jason Day spend $10 million? He'd get down to his local mall and buy a few V-neck jumpers.
Jason Day admits the last time he had a good shot at the FedEx Cup $US10 million bonus, he choked, but the newly-crowned world no.1 has vowed it won't happen again this weekend.
Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth intend to make life at the top tough and brief for new world no.1 Jason Day.