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Nothing that Donald Trump has done since becoming President of the United States has changed the prospects of his Turnberry course hosting the Open Championship, according to the R&A.
Rory McIlroy played a round with US president Donald Trump on Sunday as he continues his recovery from a rib injury.
Dustin Johnson is the world number one for the first time after winning the Genesis Open.
Scotland's Martin Laird lies just a single shot behind leaders Byeong Hun An and Brendan Steele after an impressive second round at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Back spasms have forced Tiger Woods to withdraw from the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, just his third event since August 2015.
Tiger Woods insisted he had not suffered an injury setback despite his comeback continuing in demoralising fashion in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
Tiger Woods will take inspiration from the likes of Roger Federer and Jim Furyk as he attempts to win for the first time since 2013 in any way possible.
Spaniard John Rahm claimed his first PGA Tour title in stunning style with victory at the Farmers Insurance Open.
Korea's Wang Jeunghun is on course for a Masters debut after claiming a third European Tour title in just his 29th event by beating Jaco van Zyl and Joakim Lagergren in a play-off for the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.
Rory McIlroy will not compete at this week's Dubai Desert Classic.
Tiger Woods faces a battle to beat the cut after he endured a difficult time in his first round on the PGA Tour for almost 18 months.
The organisers of the Aberdeen links championship have opened the tournament to other north-east clubs in a bid to breathe life into the 113-year-old competition.
Adam Hadwin became only the eighth player to break 60 on the PGA Tour as a stunning 59 gave the Canadian a one-shot lead at the CareerBuilder Challenge in California.
America's Hudson Swafford holds a one-shot lead at the halfway stage of the CareerBuilder Challenge in California.
Rory McIlroy has been forced to withdraw from this week's Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship with a rib injury.
Rory McIlroy could miss next week's Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship due to a back injury.
Justin Thomas ended his record-breaking week in style as he bettered the previous best 72-hole score on the PGA Tour to claim a seven-shot victory in the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Eighty-three days after losing his European Tour card by 100 euros, Graeme Storm pipped Rory McIlroy in a play-off to win the South African Open.
Justin Thomas wrote his name into the record books for the second time in two days as his 123-score at the halfway point of the Sony Open in Hawaii became the lowest 36-hole total in PGA Tour history.
Jim Furyk could lead the United States' attempts to defend the Ryder Cup in France next year as both captain and player.
Jim Furyk looks set to be named Ryder Cup captain for the United States' defence of the trophy in France in 2018.
David Law’s sublime eagle at the Terre dei Consoli Open has been voted the 2016 European Challenge Tour Shot of the Year after taking more than a quarter of the public vote.
Ronnie O'Sullivan notched two century breaks as he secured his place in the Scottish Open quarter-finals in Glasgow with a 4-2 win over Mark Allen.
Tiger Woods has made his first commitment for the 2017 season after agreeing to play in the Genesis Open at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles.
Justin Rose says he is " making good progress" as he prepares to launch the defence of his UBS Hong Kong Open title this week.
Tributes have flooded in for caddie Max Zechmann after he collapsed and died at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters.
Denmark's Thomas Bjorn has been named Europe's Ryder Cup captain for the 2018 match in France.
Colin Montgomerie has backed Thomas Bjorn to be a success as Europe's Ryder Cup captain, saying the Dane was "the obvious choice".
Tiger Woods admitted there had been "some pretty dire times" during his 15-month injury absence after a closing 76 saw him finish 15th at the Hero World Challenge, 14 shots behind winner Hideki Matsuyama.
Denmark produced a brilliant back nine to hold off the challenge of China, France, the United States and Sweden and win the ISPS HANDA World Cup of Golf for the first time.
Chris Wood is confident his 'little and large' double act with Andy Sullivan can prove successful as they represent England at the ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf.
The Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open has received a major financial boost – three days after the men’s open secured a similar cash windfall.