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Senden takes break to be with ill son
Australian golfer John Senden said on Saturday he'll take an indefinite break from the game to be with his teenage son Jacob, who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. 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
Tiger undergoes back surgery
Former world No 1 Tiger Woods said on Thursday he has undergone further surgery to help alleviate pain in his back and leg and could be away from competitive golf for another six months. Read full article
Woods hits first public shots in months
Tiger Woods took his first public golf shots in over two months during an event to announce his first public course on Tuesday but the former world number one remained noncommittal about his return. Read full article
Augusta to welcome more women
Augusta National Golf Club, exclusively male for most of its history, boasts only three female members but is set to welcome more, chairman Billy Payne said on Wednesday. Read full article
Stars demand end to TV review penalties
Masters stars pushed on Monday for banning television review penalties like the one that cost Lexi Thompson the first women's major title of the year. Read full article
McIlroy agrees new long-term deal with Nike
World No 2 Rory McIlroy has signed a long-term extension to his contract with Nike ahead of this week's US Masters at Augusta National. Read full article
Willett expects decorum at Masters
Reigning Masters champion Danny Willett does not expect heckling crowds next month at Augusta National like those he had at the Ryder Cup after his brother Pete criticised US golf fans. Read full article
Muirfield club votes to allow women members
Scottish golf course Muirfield voted on Tuesday to allow female members, which would allow the historic links to regain its status as a British Open venue. Read full article
Johnson backs ball movement rule change
World No 1 Dustin Johnson, who shook off a baffling rules controversy to claim a breakthrough major title at the 2016 US Open, welcomed Wednesday's proposals to simplify and speed up the game. Read full article
Radical plans to speed up, simplify golf
Golf's rule-makers unveiled on Wednesday a radical set of proposals they hope will simplify and speed up the game, with Tiger Woods quick to give his high-profile backing. Read full article
McIlroy plays 18 holes with Trump
Irish golf superstar Rory McIlroy played 18 holes with US President Donald Trump on Sunday, despite his fractured rib, it was widely reported on Monday. Read full article
Woods nursing back spasms
Tiger Woods has been advised to limit his activities as he battles back spasms that have hindered his return to competition. Read full article
I will never feel great again - Woods
Former world No 1 Tiger Woods has accepted that he will "never feel great" again after suffering a number of back and knee injuries in recent years. Read full article
2020 venue delays decision on women
The Kasumigaseki Country Club, which is set to host golf for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, failed to reach a decision about ending a ban on women as full members on Tuesday. Read full article
Woods warned against back flare-up
Tiger Woods' withdrawal from last week's Dubai Desert Classic due to back spasms has cast a lengthening shadow over his return to competition. Read full article
Golf venue for 2020 Games to vote on female bar
The Kasumigaseki Country Club, which will host the golf tournaments at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, will hold a board meeting next week to consider ending its ban on women becoming full members. Read full article
Day in no hurry to join 59 club
World No 1 Jason Day says he is in no hurry to join the elite band of golfers to break 60 – and insists winning titles will remain his priority. Read full article
McIlroy says he will be out until March
Injured Rory McIlroy has ruled himself out of action for a further month, targeting a return in Mexico on March 2, he told Fox Sports on Tuesday. Read full article
'Striking balance to test top players difficult'
Golf has come a long way since Tiger Woods changed the nature of the sport following his maiden major triumph 20 years ago - courses are longer, players are fitter... Read full article
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