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Former world number one Vijay Singh is suing the PGA Tour for suspending him after he admitted using deer antler spray.
Graeme McDowell wants to represent Ireland at the World Cup, even if it affects his 2016 Olympics decision.
Wentworth will benefit from featuring all 12 of the winning European Ryder Cup team, says chief executive Julian Small.
Colin Montgomerie deserves his place in the World Golf Hall of Fame, despite not winning a major, writes Iain Carter.
England's David Lynn is beaten by American PGA Tour rookie Derek Ernst in a play-off at the Wells Fargo Championship.
Chinese 12-year-old Ye Woheng shoots a second successive round of 79 to miss the cut at the China Open.
Twelve-year-old Chinese golf prodigy Ye Wocheng cards a 79 as he becomes the youngest ever player on the European Tour.
China's Ye Wocheng, 12, breaks compatriot Guan Tianlang's record as the youngest golfer in European Tour history.
Golf's governing bodies say Masters officials were right not to disqualify Tiger Woods after his illegal drop at last month's event.
Vijay Singh is cleared of doping by the PGA Tour after admitting using a substance banned under golf's anti-drug rules.
Former world number one Greg Norman says it is "disgraceful" golf's governing bodies have not introduced blood testing.
A week on from defending the historical single sex issue at clubs that host the Open, the R&A unveils its progressive side
Scottish course Muirfield is extended by more than 150 yards for the 2013 Open Championship in July.
Golfer Cheyenne Woods speaks to BBC Sport about stepping out of her famous uncle's shadow.
US golfer Cheyenne Woods talks to BBC Sport about how she deals with the attention of being Tiger's niece
Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell wants the decision on whether to represent Ireland or GB at Rio 2016 taken out of his hands.
Rory McIlroy will have the choice of representing Great Britain or Ireland at Rio 2016, despite comments from the R&A.
R&A chief executive Peter Dawson says there "isn't a problem" with golf clubs with single-sex membership policies.
A top golf executive says he would like to take the pressure off Rory McIlroy over his decision about which country to represent at the 2016 Olympics.
The boss of the R&A accepts there is growing pressure to bring an end to all-male clubs, writes golf correspondent Iain Carter