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US Ryder Cup team 'still have a chip on our shoulder'
US Ryder Cup skipper Jim Furyk says there is still work to be done to fully restore his country's reputation in the tournament.
Tiger Woods 'can do as much as he needs to do'
Tiger Woods is cleared by his doctor to resume full golf activities as the 14-time major winner continues his comeback from injury.
In-form Hatton denies Fisher again to win Italian Open
England's Tyrrell Hatton claims his second European Tour victory in as many weeks by edging out Ross Fisher by a shot in the Italian Open.
Wallace two clear in Italy as Hatton makes move
England's Matt Wallace takes a two-shot lead into the final round of the Italian Open, with Tyrrell Hatton and Francesco Molinari in second.
England's Wallace shares lead with Fraser in Italy
England's Matt Wallace and Australian Marcus Fraser are two clear of the field after two rounds of the Italian Open at Golf Club Milano in Monza.
I didn't want to play golf - Willett on his struggle for form and fitness
Former Masters champion Danny Willett on coping with injury, poor form and splits within his team.
Italian Open: Jamie Donaldson, Eddie Pepperell & Matt Wallace among first-round leaders
Jamie Donaldson, Eddie Pepperell and Matt Wallace shoot 64s to take a share of a six-way lead at the Italian Open.
Bjorn expects Hatton to be in his 2018 Ryder Cup team
Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn believes Tyrrell Hatton can make his European side for the matches next year after defending his Dunhill Links title.
Scottish golfers seek to round off 2017 on a high
Scotland's top players look to round off the season with strong performances in China, Turkey, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.
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Ryder Cup captains emulate Arnold Palmer's Eiffel Tower shot
Ryder Cup captains Jim Furyk and Thomas Bjorn recreate Arnold Palmer's famous Eiffel Tower shot to mark one year until the 2018 competition.
Rory McIlroy: Sir Nick Faldo's major haul is a target
Rory McIlroy already has his eye on his key targets for next season as he completes a disappointing 2017 at the Dunhill Links in Scotland.
Robin Tiger Williams: Meet golf's new Tiger - not Woods but Williams
BBC Sport meets golf's new Tiger - not Woods, but Williams. Robin Tiger Williams, from Peterborough talks about his ambitions in the sport.
New Zealand Women's Open: Players battle chaotic conditions
Players were forced to continue playing as treacherous weather conditions caused chaos at the New Zealand Women's Open at Windross Farm.
Postman caddie delivers for Masters Champion Sergio Garcia
Peterborough postman Mark Johnson finally gets to caddie for Sergio Garcia after a "relentless" social media campaign.
Golf tips for beginners: grip and chip with Tour pro Stephen Gallacher
European Tour pro Stephen Gallacher gives BBC Scotland's Catriona Shearer a beginner's golf lesson on gripping the club and chipping the ball.
Pop star Niall Horan hoping to promote new golfing talent at NI Open
Pop star Niall Horan is hoping to encourage young people to take up golf by setting up a tournament at the Northern Ireland Open.
Women's British Open: Michelle Wie leads after setting course record at Kingsbarns
Michelle Wie leads after the first round of the Women's British Open following a course record eight-under-par 64 at Kingsbarns.
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