AITA announces qualifying events for Road to Wimbledon
AITA announces qualifying events for Road to Wimbledon

AITA will conduct four qualifying events to select two boys and two girls from India for the prestigious Road to Wimbledon, England's national grass court tournament.

Rickie Fowler hunts first Cup win but Rory McIlroy in his way
Rickie Fowler hunts first Cup win but Rory McIlroy in his way

Europe`s Rory McIlroy and American Rickie Fowler, two of golf`s top young stars, teed off against each other in Saturday`s fourth and final Ryder Cup morning fourballs match at Gleneagles.

Royal and Ancient Golf Club to allow women members
Royal and Ancient Golf Club to allow women members

The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews on Thursday voted to allow women members for the first time in its 260-year history.

Justin Rose close to "a great year" after two 2014 wins
Justin Rose close to "a great year" after two 2014 wins

Tournament wins on both sides of the Atlantic have made 2014 "a good year" for world number five Justin Rose, who says a slightly better showing in the majors would have transformed his campaign into a great one.

Benneteau stuns Wawrinka to reach semi-finals

France`s Julien Benneteau won 12 of the last 15 games to stun Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka 1-6, 6-1, 6-2 in Cincinnati on Friday and reach the first Masters semi-final of his career.

Aging Tiger adapts to cope with injury, young foes

Tiger Woods has followed the example of basketball star Michael Jordan and adapted his golf game while aging, youthful overpowering long drives now replaced by other skills and strategy.

Shiv Kapur off to a good start at US Open

Pinehurst: Shiv Kapur the lone Indian at the US Open got off to a tidy start on the first nine of the opening round as he made the turn in a very creditable even par on Thursday.

Healed Jason Day says ready again to contend for US Open championship

Australian golf ace Jason Day, who has finished as a runner-up in two of the past three years in the US Open, has said that he is again ready to contend for a major title as his injured left thumb is totally healed.

Disappointment for Spieth after another close call

Having established himself as the most exciting young prospect in the game, Jordan Spieth was left bitterly disappointed after suffering another near miss at the Players Championship on Sunday.

Newly married Scott makes Players cut on the number

Adam Scott made the cut right on the number at the Players Championship on Friday, several hours after revealing that he was married in secret to his long-time girlfriend three weeks ago.

Woods holds on to number one spot

Tiger Woods has stayed atop the world rankings despite his continued absence from competitive golf following back surgery.

Raonic hits the heights in Portugal

Altitude-averse second seed Milos Raonic on Monday found himself perched high up on the mast of a training vessel as the Canadian took his mind temporarily off of claycourt tennis prior to starting the Portugal Open.

Liang urges patience as China`s star rises

China`s most decorated golfer Liang Wenchong says it could be a decade before a Chinese player breaks into the top ranks of the game but he`s certain it will happen.

Els seeks spark in `Big Easy` PGA event

Four-time major champion Ernie Els, whose only top-10 placing this year came when he reached the WGC Match Play semi-finals, hopes to get his season going at this week`s PGA Zurich Classic.

Masters contender Kuchar shares PGA Heritage lead

Matt Kuchar carried on his good form from the Masters to fire a five-under par 66 for a share of the first-round lead at the $5.8 million US PGA Heritage on Thursday.

Spieth seeks to shake off Masters disappointment

Jordan Spieth will try to shake off the disappointment of his Sunday fade at the Masters when he tees it up on Thursday at the US PGA Tour`s Heritage.

Watson`s caddie brands two-time Masters winner`s golf as `freak show`

Bubba Watson`s caddie has reportedly branded his golf as a `freak show` following the American`s second U.S. Masters title win at Augusta Nationals.

Bubba Watson wears Augusta green jacket title for second time in three years

Bubba Watson withstood an inspired early challenge from playing partner Jordan Spieth to clinch the US Masters for a second time in three years with a three-shot victory at Augusta National on Sunday.

Poor driving costs Kuchar and Fowler at Masters

Sub-par driving during a pressure-packed final round at the Masters undermined the respective title bids made by Americans Matt Kuchar and Rickie Fowler at Augusta National on Sunday.

Spieth emerges as shining light after Masters debut

Jordan Spieth may have missed his chance to become the youngest Masters champion but the 20-year-old showed he could yet be a champion for the ages.