Arnold Palmer, the golf great whose charisma and common touch drew a legion of fans known as "Arnie's Army" and propelled the game into the mainstream, died Sunday at the age of 87.
Here's one argument against the notion that money is ruining golf: The PGA Tour is playing for $69 million over the final month, and all anyone seems to care about is an exhibition that doesn't pay a dime.
With the excitement of China winning its first Olympic golf medal still fresh, the return of the Reignwood LPGA Classic to Beijing will further raise the game's profile in China.
First-time champions disrupting Big Three dominance of big events
Jimmy Walker was tired, but happy.
Ariya Jutanugarn's six-stroke lead was whittled down to one after a double bogey on the par-4 13th at Woburn on Sunday, but the 20-year-old held on to win the Women's British Open and become Thailand's first winner of a major.
Andrew Johnston, a burly, bearded Englishman who answers to 'Beef,' has become the fan favorite at Royal Troon with his brilliant shots and jovial demeanor over the first three rounds.
PGA Tour planning to expand its reach into five Chinese province.
World number one Jason Day became the latest top golfer to withdraw from August's Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games because of the Zika virus on Tuesday.
Northern Ireland's four-times major winner Rory McIlroy has decided to pull out of the Rio Olympic Games because of health fears over the Zika virus.
World No 222 Wu Ashun became the first male Chinese golfer to win multiple European Tour titles when he claimed his second after emerging from a topsy-turvy final round to win the Austrian Open by a single shot on Sunday.
Masters champion Danny Willett has been away from golf for a month and has been working harder than ever.