25 April 2014
Tiger Woods' agent says the World No 1 is doing what he needs to do in the short-term to secure his long-term future.
Simon Dyson and Alvaro Quiros carded five-under-par 67s on Thursday to claim a one-shot lead at the Volvo China Open.
Malaysia's Nicholas Fung shares the lead with Anthony Kang at the Indonesian Masters in Jakarta.
Henrik Stenson has lamented the "slow" greens and "silly" roughs at Genzon after a poor start to the Volvo China Open.
A buff looking Tiger Woods has inspired the likes of Rory McIlroy to hit the gym, but is it worth it?
After a disappointing start to the year, Ernie Els is looking to bounce back at this week's PGA Zurich Classic.
Victor Dubuisson is ready to put up a performance befitting of his status as the highest ranked player at the Indonesian Masters.
Ian Poulter believes Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley will be a "fairly happy" man as his players are hitting form at the right time.
Henrik Stenson hopes he can shake off a bout of flu before the China Open and edge closer to the top spot in the world rankings.
Peter Dawson is to retire as chief executive of the R&A and secretary of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.
- Woods' absence hurting the game
- Kuchar switches focus to Ryder Cup
- Jimenez makes winning debut
- Kuchar pips Donald to Heritage crown
- Fifteen-year-old Katsu wins in Japan
- Westwood claims commanding win
- Donald shoots into Heritage lead
- Jimenez leads Langer by one
- Wie wins first title on US soil
- Haas withdraws from RBC Heritage
Some choice images from the final round of the Masters at Augusta, as Bubba Watson pulled of a superb repeat victory. Go to Gallery
The movers and shakers at the third round of the US Masters at Augusta National. Go to Gallery