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Latest golf news, views, player interviews and action from the PGA Tour, European Tour, Ryder Cup and the Ladies Professional Golf Association.

Champion golfer banned 3 years for showing fans middle finger

South Korean Kim Bi-o kneeled and apologised after verdict was delivered.

Frenchman Perez wins Dunhill Links by a shot at St Andrews

Victor Perez made the most of Matthew Southgate's slip-up by making a tap-in par at the final hole to become the first Frenchman to win the event.

Tiger cleared to resume full practice after knee surgery

The 15-time Major winner says his knee was sore after a practice round but is excited he can get back into shape.

Golf tourney latest sporting casualty of HK protests

WTA Hong Kong Open already postponed, horse racing meeting cancelled for safety reasons.

Willett fires on final day to win PGA Championship

Willett's victory marks a turnaround, after slipping to 462nd in world rankings.

Willett and Rahm share lead heading into PGA finals

Willett and Rahm say they just want to play good golf.

Willett, Rahm share halfway lead, McIlroy makes cut

Danny Willett says he and Jon Rahm hit a lot of good shots with mid-range putts.

Wallace leads PGA Championship, McIlroy struggles to 76

Rory McIlroy had a bright start but struggled on the back 9.

Tiger can’t wait to ‘skin’ rivals at new format tourney

Japan tournament with special in-match challenges and surprises also features Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Hideki Matsuyama.

European Solheim Cup hero Pettersen announces retirement

Suzann Pettersen has been a professional for 18 years, winning the Europe rookie of the year title in 2001 and then going on to win 23 times, including two majors.

Chile’s rising star Niemann wins first PGA Tour event

Joaquin Niemann is the youngest international winner on the Tour since 1923 and the first third-round leader to hold on and claim this event.

Chile’s Niemann takes 2-shot lead at The Greenbrier

Joaquin Niemann had three birdies and his first bogey of the week to emerge with a 15-under par total of 195.

Europe and US tied heading into final day of Solheim Cup

Defending champions US need 14 points to retain the Solheim Cup while Europe must score 14-1/2 to win the title for the first time since 2013.

Ice cold Alex and Pressel come back from the dead in...

Europe are still one point ahead after the second day of the Solheim Cup.

Europe take one-point Solheim Cup lead into day 2

Team Europe are well placed going into day 2 of the Solheim Cup.

Chappell shoots 59 in return from back surgery

Kevin Chappell says his ball striking was good and the putts are really easy to read.

Woods sparks speculation he’ll play in Presidents Cup

It remains unclear if Tiger Woods will name himself to play when he makes his four captain's picks for the US team on Nov 4.

Rookie of the year Im celebrates with Greenbrier ace

The hole-in-one helped Im Sung-jae to a four-under 66 that left him four shots behind American leader Robby Shelton in White Sulphur Springs.

McIlroy tops Koepka for PGA Tour Player of the Year

Rory McIlory, who won three titles during the season, beat Brooks Koepka, Matt Kuchar and Xander Schauffele in a vote by players for the Jack Nicklaus Award.

New PGA Tour season starts with dust yet to settle on...

Rory McIlroy was crowned FedEx Cup champion just 16 days ago and the new season will kick off Thursday.

Stacy Lewis pulls out of Solheim Cup due to injury

Stacy Lewis will stay with the US team as her experience is an incredible asset to the squad.

Nicklaus-conqueror Barnes dies aged 74

The BBC reports Brian Barnes died of cancer.

Solheim Cup no longer showcases best female golfers

The United States have a stronger line-up top to bottom, headed by world No 3 Lexi Thompson.

Green surges to Portland Classic win

Hannah Green is the first Australian to win multiple titles in one season since Minjee Lee in 2016.