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Rule change to use of video evidence
Golf's governing bodies on Tuesday announced sweeping rule changes to the use of video evidence in the wake of the furore that erupted after Lexi Thompson was deprived of an almost-certain victory. Read full article
Pretorius in pursuit at Killarney Challenge
Anton Haig will have former Sunshine Tour player Maritz Wessels and Pretoria amateur Arno Pretorius in close pursuit when he bids for a fourth IGT Challenge Tour victory on Wednesday. Read full article
Players need rules refresher - Faldo
British golf great Nick Faldo believes top players need to be "brought up to speed" on the sport's complicated rulebook if there is to be no repeat of the rows that have blighted recent major championships. Read full article
Haig hits front at Killarney Challenge
Ritchie did it before he won the Zimbabwe Open on Sunday and now Haig hopes a timely return to the IGT Challenge Tour will also spark a winning performance for him on the Sunshine Tour’s Big Easy circuit. Read full article
Franco, Singh win Legends of Golf
Carlos Franco and Vijay Singh teamed up to shoot a course-record 12-under par on Sunday to win the PGA Tour Champions' Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge. Read full article
Chappell finally wins on PGA Tour
Kevin Chappell ended a frustrating run of near misses when he clinched his first PGA tour title with a one-stroke triumph over fellow American Brooks Koepka at the Texas Open on Sunday. Read full article
Du Toit on attack at SA Amateur Stroke Play
Gauteng North’s Danielle du Toit benefitted from extra work with the putter to charge into a three-way tie for the lead in the opening round of the South African Amateur Stroke Play Championship. Read full article
Ritchie wins Zimbabwe Open
JC Ritchie saw off Trevor Fisher Jnr. on the second play-off hole at Royal Harare Golf Club to win the 2017 Zimbabwe Open. Read full article
Wiesberger edges Fleetwood in Shenzhen
Austrian Bernd Wiesberger survived Tommy Fleetwood's spectacular late assault and pipped the Englishman in a dramatic playoff to win the Shenzhen International on Sunday. Read full article
Kuboya wins Panasonic Open after playoff
Home-grown veteran Kenichi Kuboya beat compatriot Katumasa Miyamoto in a sudden-death playoff to lift his first title for five years at the Panasonic Open Japan on Sunday. Read full article
Chappell grabs Texas Open lead
American Kevin Chappell, seeking his first PGA title, birdied three of the last five holes for a one-stroke lead after Saturday's third round of the Texas Open. Read full article
Mcguigan’s 63 narrows Fisher’s Zim lead
He might not be in the lead going into the final round, but Doug McGuigan has all the momentum after his third-round course-record equalling 63 on Saturday in the 2017 Zimbabwe Open at Royal Harare Golf Club. Read full article
Juniors set for SA Stroke Play spotlight
Kajal Mistry, Woo Ju Son, Chiara Contomathios, Danielle du Toit, Kaiyuree Moodley - all juniors and all winners on the Women's Golf South Africa circuit this season. Read full article
Wiesberger defends lead in Shenzhen
Three-time European Tour champion Bernd Wiesberger extended his lead in the tense third round of the Shenzhen International on Saturday. Read full article
Fisher’s course record seals Zim lead
Trevor Fisher Jr equalled the Royal Harare Golf Club course record of nine-under-par 63 on Friday to move into a four-stroke lead at the halfway mark of the 2017 Zimbabwe Open. Read full article
Cauley claws way into share of Texas lead
Bud Cauley had to reach deep into his bag of tricks on Friday to shoot a bogey-free 66 and seize a share of the lead at the halfway mark of the Texas Open. Read full article
I am not disappearing - Poulter
Former European Ryder Cup hero Ian Poulter warned his critics not to write him off after officially relinquishing his exempt status on the PGA Tour on Friday. Read full article
Wiesberger storms to China lead
Austrian Bernd Wiesberger fired a spotless seven-under-par 65 to grab a four-shot clubhouse lead before the second round of the Shenzhen International was abandoned due to heavy rain and lightning on Friday. Read full article
Higgo with struggling start at Junior Invitational
South Africa’s Garrick Higgo battled a balky putter in the first round of the prestigious Junior Invitational in Graniteville, South Carolina. Read full article
Fast start for Jean in Zim
Jean Hugo started fast in the first round of the 2017 Zimbabwe Open on Thursday and he kept his foot on the pedal to card a seven-under-par 65 for a one-stroke lead at Royal Harare Golf Club. Read full article
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