30 July 2015

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Unfinished business for Park

Inbee Park will be going all out to win the Women's British Open this week, the only traditional major missing from her CV.

Hurley searching for missing father

US golfer Billy Hurley III has appealed to the public to help find his father, Willard Hurley Jr, who went missing nine days ago.

McIlroy out of Bridgestone defence

Rory McIlroy will not defend his WGC-Bridgestone Invitational title as he continues to recover from an ankle injury.

Colsaerts has 'mental' edge

Nicolas Colsaerts believes "mental strength" will be crucial at the Paul Lawrie Match Play in Aberdeen, Scotland, this week.

Woods frustrated but hopeful

Tiger Woods has been left frustrated by his inability to recapture his world-beating form - yet he hasn't given up.

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Lewis' lost clubs ordeal

Stacy Lewis was facing a serious dilemma ahead of the Women's British Open after her golf clubs didn't make it to Glasgow.

Allenby's buddy sticking up for him

The Robert Allenby saga continues - with the Aussie's close friend Anthony Puntoriero the latest to enter the fray.

Ko and Hull brace for Turnberry test

Lydia Ko and Charley Hull are preparing for a stern test on the links course at the Women's British Open this weekend.

Poulter praises Spieth's putting

Ian Poulter believes it is Jordan Spieth's deft touch on the greens that has earned him so much success in his short career.

Lahiri back in top 50

India's Anirban Lahiri is back in the top 50 of the world rankings following a strong showing at the Omega European Masters.

Photo Galleries

Final round at the Open Championship

A day of twists and turns but ultimately belonging to Zach Johnson, who claimed his second major trophy in a play-off victory Go to Gallery

Day two at the Open Championship

After some superb work by the groundstaff, the second round of the Open finally got under way at St Andrews on Friday. Go to Gallery

Final round at the US Open

Another major championship in 2015, another victory for 21-year-old prodigy Jordan Spieth. Go to Gallery