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Moving-ball rule changed after controversy
Golf's governing bodies have introduced a new local rule to eliminate the penalty when a ball is accidentally moved on the green, the scenario that overshadowed Dustin Johnson's maiden major victory. Read full article
Tiger must prove he is over chipping yips - Jacklin
Former world No 1 Tiger Woods must prove he has overcome the "chipping yips" in order to fully challenge golf's elite again, according to double major champion Tony Jacklin. Read full article
Trump scales back plans for 'huge' wall
A golf course owned by US President-elect Donald Trump has agreed to scale back a wall designed to protect its greens from coastal erosion after opposition from local residents, the local council said. Read full article
Woods has 10 more years in him - Nicklaus
While some pundits have questioned whether Tiger Woods will ever regain top form after being sidelined for 15 months due to back issues, Jack Nicklaus thinks he could compete.... Read full article
Spieth to build on Australian Open win
Jordan Spieth has always said his first Australian Open triumph in 2014 taught him how to close out a tournament and the 23-year-old expects to reap an equally important dividend from Sunday's second victory. Read full article
Spieth wins Australian Open in playoff
World No 5 Jordan Spieth drained a 12-foot birdie putt to win the Australian Open for the second time after a three-way sudden death playoff at Royal Sydney on Sunday. Read full article
Wood has no regrets over Westwood snub
Chris Wood has no regrets over ditching Lee Westwood as his partner for next week's World Cup of Golf in Australia, with the Englishman banking on his team spirit with Andy Sullivan to carry the duo to glory. Read full article
Ogilvy leads Spieth by two in Sydney
Geoff Ogilvy stormed to the top of the Australian Open leaderboard with a stunning eight-under-par 64 on Saturday to take a two-shot lead over Jordan Spieth and two others going into the final round. Read full article
Nitties rides Sydney wind as Scott charges
James Nitties hit a sparkling seven-under-par 65 to take a one-shot lead at the midway point of the Australian Open on Friday after Jordan Spieth charged but faltered. Read full article
Sizzling Sydney charge fails to please Scott
A seven-under-par 65 on the second day of your national open would be a dream round for most players but Adam Scott had a disgruntled look on his face at Royal Sydney on Friday. Read full article
Senior quits mid-round and retires in Oz
Peter Senior was forced to abandon his second round at the Australian Open because of a hip injury on Friday and immediately announced his retirement after 38 years as a professional. Read full article
Luck, Herbert lead as Spieth's putter stutters
Curtis Luck and compatriot Lucas Herbert shot five-under-par 67s for a share of the lead as Jordan Spieth struggled with his putting in the opening round of the Australian Open on Thursday. Read full article
Scott wants home win springboard
World No 7 Adam Scott believes he can overcome his short game woes to win this week's Australian Open and set himself up for a successful season Read full article
Scott still rankled by McIlroy win
Adam Scott admitted on Wednesday that his final hole bogey to hand Rory McIlroy the Australian Open in 2013 still hurts as he prepares for another crack at his home tournament. Read full article
Spieth fired up for Australian Open
Former world No 1 Jordan Spieth says he feels rejuvenated entering his first event in seven weeks at the Australian Open in Sydney starting on Thursday. Read full article
Willett out of World Cup
Masters champion Danny Willett confirmed on Friday a back injury has forced him to pull out of the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne, where he was due to represent England. Read full article
Garcia not giving up on elusive major
Sergio Garcia has finished runner-up twice at both the British Open and PGA Championship and while those near misses were tough to take, the Spaniard is not giving up hope of claiming that elusive first major. Read full article
Woods still eyeing Nicklaus major mark
Tiger Woods says he still believes he can beat Jack Nicklaus's record of 18 major victories despite the injury layoff that has left him sidelined for more than a year. Read full article
Love, Woosnam, Ochoa among Hall of Fame inductees
Triumphant US Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III and Welshman Ian Woosnam were among Tuesday's inductees for world golf's Hall of Fame class of 2017. Read full article
Donald knows 'mental anguish' of Tiger
British Masters host Luke Donald sympathised with the "mental anguish" long-time rival Tiger Woods is enduring after the American was forced to cancel his long-awaited comeback this week. Read full article
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