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Tyrrell Hatton: Englishman second behind Rickie Fowler at Honda Classic

England's Tyrrell Hatton is four shots behind leader Rickie Fowler going into the final round of the Honda Classic. Read more

Rory McIlroy: Masters win is 'main goal' for 2017

Rory McIlroy says securing a first Masters title is his main priority for 2017 as he continues to recover from injury. Read more

McIlroy defends round of golf with Trump

Rory McIlroy says a round of golf with Donald Trump on Sunday was not intended as an endorsement of the US president. Read more

The Open: 2020 Championship to be held at Royal St George's

The 2020 Open Championship will be staged at Royal St George's, the R&A announces. Read more

Ryder Cup host to stage first European mixed team event

The first European Golf Team Championships will be played at Gleneagles as part of the new multi-sport European Championships in 2018. Read more

Wrist injury ruins Gareth Maybin's hopes of return

Gareth Maybin has suffered another injury setback in his latest bid to return to competitive golf. Read more

Johnson is world number one for first time with Genesis Open win

American Dustin Johnson becomes world number one for the first time with victory at the Genesis Open. Read more

Joburg Open: Connor Syme ready to perform in wet conditions on European Tour

Amateur golfer Connor Syme welcomes the challenge brought by a week of unusual torrential rain at the Joburg Open. Read more

Women's Australian Open: Amy Boulden shares 21st as Jang Ha-Na wins

World number six Jang Ha-Na of Korea wins the Women's Australian Open, with Wales' Amy Boulden tied for 21st. Read more

World Super 6: Brett Rumford wins inaugural title in Perth

Australian Brett Rumford beats 17-year-old Thai Phachara Khongwatmai to win the first World Super 6 title in Perth. Read more

Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

This week's sport on the BBC includes the London Anniversary Games, England v Pakistan Test cricket and the Hungarian Grand Prix. Read more

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R&A's Martin Slumbers welcomes new Muirfield vote over women members

Muirfield's decision to hold a second ballot on admitting female members "delighted" the head of the R&A. Read more

Graeme McDowell targets 2018 Ryder Cup return in France

Graeme McDowell says he is "super motivated" to make Europe's Ryder Cup team in 2018 after missing out on last year's event. Read more

Disappointed Rory McIlroy loses South Africa play-off

Rory McIlroy admits he needed a "little bit more" after losing to Graeme Storm in a play-off at the South Africa Open. Read more

Rory McIlroy stays in contention in South African Open despite back pain

Rory McIlroy will head into the final round of the South African Open three behind leader Graeme Storm, despite continuing to suffer back pain. Read more

Rory McIlroy: Northern Irishman says he can be world number one again by end of January

Rory McIlroy says he can regain the world number one spot from Jason Day before the end of this month. Read more

Rory McIlroy 'unlikely' to play at 2020 Tokyo Olympics

World number two Rory McIlroy says he probably will not compete at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Read more

Andrew Johnston says he was told: 'Your beard is bad for golf'

English golfer Andrew Johnston reveals on BBC Radio 4's Today programme that his beard was not favourably received. Read more

Dubai Ladies Masters: Paige Spiranac breaks down over cyber-bullying

Golfer Paige Spiranac gives an emotional news conference answer to a question about cyber-bullying she has suffered online. Read more