After poor performances from Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods, BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter asks how viable is the 18-tournament Premier Golf League?
American Mickey Wright, one of the greatest golfers of all time with 82 titles including 13 majors, dies aged 85.
Australian Adam Scott wins the Genesis Invitational as world number one Rory McIlroy finishes tied for fifth.
South Korea's Inbee Park claims her first LPGA Tour title for nearly two years at the Women's Australian Open in Adelaide, as England's Jodi Ewart Shadoff finishes tied for 10th.
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Meet three golfers vying to become the first African women to win a major tournament.
Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington discusses the threat of Tiger Woods, how Whistling Straits could play into Europe's hands and defending Rory McIlroy in a fist fight.
From the 'Miracle at Medinah' and Europe's first Solheim Cup win, through to Rose's Rio gold and Tiger's Masters triumph, Iain Carter picks his top 10 moments in golf from the decade.
In a new BBC One Northern Ireland documentary, Rory McIlroy reflects on the significance of his experience at The Open at Royal Portrush
In the early hours of 27 November, 2009, Tiger Woods crashed his car outside his Florida home. It began a scandalous, tumultuous and redemptive decade.
This weekend's Australian Open is the first of 16 that double as Open Championship qualifying events - a process that is beneficial to the game, writes Iain Carter.
The cancellation of the Hong Kong Open was the right decision but golf does not always show awareness of wider social issues, writes Iain Carter.
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