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Spieth tipped for more major success
US Open and US Masters winner Jordan Spieth is rated the 7-1 second favourite by bookmakers William Hill to win next month's British Open, the third major of the year. Read full article
Day sees life in Tiger, if driving can be improved
The rapid decline of Tiger Woods' golf game has stunned his fellow players and the fans but Jason Day believes the former world No 1 can work his way back if he can improve his form off the tee. Read full article
Rory ready for US Open challenge
Rory McIlory gets acquainted with Chambers Bay golf course on Saturday ahead of next week's US Open confident that some time away from the game will have done him a power of good. Read full article
Woods aims to regroup at US Open
Tiger Woods insists he's making progress, reinventing his game for what seems like the umpteenth time, but the 85 he shot at The Memorial last weekend seems to indicate otherwise. Read full article
Scott reunites with former caddie
Adam Scott has reunited with his US Masters winning caddie Steve Williams as the Australian attempts to revive his on course fortunes, the PGA Tour said on Tuesday. Read full article
McIlroy targets two more majors this year
Rory McIlroy is confident he can add two majors to his trophy haul this year after a successful 12 months. Read full article
McIlroy allays burnout fears
Rory McIlroy may be battling fatigue when he continues his five-week trans-Atlantic playing schedule in Europe over the next fortnight but the world No 1 has shrugged off any talk of burnout. Read full article
‘Marriage would help McIlroy and company’
Twice major winner Tony Jacklin believes marriage would help Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler to settle down off the golf course and aid their bid to dominate the sport for the next decade. Read full article
Army discipline helps Korean Hur
Hur In-hoi's freewheeling lifestyle came to a crashing halt the day his mandatory military service began but the golfer says the switch to a life of discipline and deprivation has been good for his game. Read full article
Soldier-golfers fight to stay out of bunkers
While the lure of fame and fortune fires the imagination of most aspiring golfers, players on South Korea's armed forces team hope their talents will let them fulfil two years of military service. Read full article
Woods and Vonn split
Former world number one Tiger Woods and his skiing star girlfriend of three years Lindsey Vonn have separated, it was confirmed Sunday. Read full article
Former US Open champion Campbell to retire
New Zealander Michael Campbell, who famously held off Tiger Woods to win the 2005 US Open, has decided to retire from professional golf at the age of 46. Read full article
American golf pioneer Peete dies at 71
Calvin Peete, the most successful African-American professional golfer on the PGA Tour prior to Tiger Woods, has died at 71 in Atlanta on Wednesday, the PGA Tour said. Read full article
‘Young guns have taken over’
Jordan Spieth's US Masters victory struck another huge blow for golf's 'Generation Next', leaving an inspired Jason Day convinced of a changing of the guard. Read full article
Golfer bitten by crocodile in Australia
A golfer vowed on Tuesday to get back on the course after being bitten by a crocodile as he retrieved a ball from a water trap during a round in Australia. Read full article
McIlroy threatens Tiger as the face of golf
Tiger Woods may have slumped outside the world's top 100 golfers but he remains king of the sport's marketing values even though Rory McIlroy is on course to take that title too. Read full article
Watson hails youth skills champs
Defending Masters champion Bubba Watson was among the past green jacket winners to greet youth players on Sunday at the second annual Drive, Chip and Putt finals at Augusta National. Read full article
Woods out of world top 100
Tiger Woods has dropped out of the world top 100 for the first time in his career as he continues his battle against injuries and loss of form. Read full article
Tiger launches Sifford scholarship fund
Tiger Woods has made a $10 000 donation to launch a scholarship fund at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in tribute to Charlie Sifford, who broke the US PGA Tour colour barrier. Read full article
'Bring your short game to Olympic golf'
After months of legal wrangles sparked by green protests over the choice of a nature reserve to host the return of Olympic golf after 112 years, Rio Games golfers can now plot how to deal with a tough course. Read full article
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