Felipe Aguilar sanctioned after club gaffe
Felipe Aguilar sanctioned after club gaffe

Chilean golfer Felipe Aguilar was hit with a four shot penalty following the completion of his second round in the Turkish Airlines Open in Belek on Saturday.

Young French musketeer Victor Dubuisson bloodied but unbowed
Young French musketeer Victor Dubuisson bloodied but unbowed

Defending champion Victor Dubuisson felt bruised and most certainly bloodied during the second round of the $7 million Turkish Airlines Open on Friday.

John Daly backs Phil Mickelson for Ryder Cup captaincy
John Daly backs Phil Mickelson for Ryder Cup captaincy

 Double Major winning John Daly has brushed aside any notion of a USA Ryder Cup task force, declaring Phil Mickelson should lead the American team in 2016 at Hazeltine.

Sergio Garcia hopeful Rory McIlroy can be reeled in for money list title
Sergio Garcia hopeful Rory McIlroy can be reeled in for money list title

Sergio Garcia has called Rory McIlroy`s year "extraordinary" but the Spaniard is clinging to the belief that he can prevent his Ryder Cup team mate from ending the season at the top of the European money list.

Graeme McDowell hits another 67 to extend WGC lead to three
Graeme McDowell hits another 67 to extend WGC lead to three

Northern Irishman Graeme McDowell continued to revel on a tough course set-up as he extended his lead to three strokes over Ryder Cup team-mate Ian Poulter after the second round of the $8.5 million WGC-HSBC Champions tournament on Friday.

Burnout not the reason for US Ryder woes: PGA Tour chief
Burnout not the reason for US Ryder woes: PGA Tour chief

U.S. Ryder Cup failure at Gleneagles this year had little to do with player burnout from the PGA Tour`s burgeoning schedule and was simply a case of Europe dominating the foursomes and making more birdies, Tour chief Tim Finchem said on Wednesday.

Ryder Cup omission was his own fault says Luke Donald
Ryder Cup omission was his own fault says Luke Donald

Overlooked by captain Paul McGinley for this year`s Ryder Cup, former world number one Luke Donald believes he only has himself to blame for missing out on Europe`s victory over the United States. 

Front-nine blitz puts Billy Hurley III on top at CIMB Classic
Front-nine blitz puts Billy Hurley III on top at CIMB Classic

American Billy Hurley III grabbed a two-shot halfway stage lead at the CIMB Classic after his front-nine birdie binge at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club on Friday.

Ted Bishop firing backed for "lil girl" Ian Poulter row
Ted Bishop firing backed for "lil girl" Ian Poulter row

PGA commissioner Tim Finchem and the LPGA both came out solidly Saturday in support of the firing of Ted Bishop as PGA of America president after "inappropriate" remarks on Twitter.

WTA mulling new women`s tennis World Cup
WTA mulling new women`s tennis World Cup

Women`s tennis is considering introducing a new World Cup team event, its head said Saturday, a move which may bring competition for the soon-to-be-launched International Premier Tennis League.

Golfers weigh in on Bishop-Poulter spat

Disparaging comments made by the PGA of America president on social media networks at the expense of Ian Poulter sparked instant debate in the golfing world on Friday, reactions ranging from "disappointing" to "just unfortunate".

Ian Poulter slams Tom Watson's 'astonishing' Ryder Cup decisions in new book
Ian Poulter slams Tom Watson's 'astonishing' Ryder Cup decisions in new book

 England golfer Ian Poulter has said that United States captain Tom Watson's decisions in the Ryder Cup were astonishing.

Faldo has lost respect of European players, says Poulter
Faldo has lost respect of European players, says Poulter

Nick Faldo has lost the respect of Europe`s leading golfers after calling Sergio Garcia "useless" during their Ryder Cup victory over the United States at Gleneagles, Europe`s talisman Ian Poulter has said in his autobiography.

Defending champion Webb Simpson two behind in Las Vegas
Defending champion Webb Simpson two behind in Las Vegas

Defending champion Webb Simpson reeled off three successive birdies from his 10th hole to vault within two strokes of the clubhouse lead during the second round at the $6.2 million Shiners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas on Friday.

Martin Kaymer wins Grand Slam title in playoff over Bubba Watson
Martin Kaymer wins Grand Slam title in playoff over Bubba Watson

US Open champion Martin Kaymer sank an eight-foot birdie putt at the first extra hole to beat Bubba Watson in the four-man PGA Grand Slam of Golf in Bermuda on Wednesday.

`Focused` Graeme McDowell makes winning start to Match Play defence
`Focused` Graeme McDowell makes winning start to Match Play defence

Graeme McDowell said he was eyeing more major success after the increasingly "focused" Northern Irishman made a winning start to the defence of his World Match Play title on Wednesday.

Graeme McDowell believes US' fallout in Ryder Cup will ensure 'fairly epic' tournament in 2016
Graeme McDowell believes US' fallout in Ryder Cup will ensure 'fairly epic' tournament in 2016

Northern Ireland golfer Graeme McDowell has predicted that the bitter fall-out from the United States ' Ryder Cup loss to Europe would make the 2016 tournament an even more gripping contest.

Miguel Jimenez says he wants to captain Europe at 2016 Ryder Cup
Miguel Jimenez says he wants to captain Europe at 2016 Ryder Cup

Ryder Cup veteran Miguel Angel Jimenez says he would "love" to captain the European side and is throwing his hat in the ring for the next showdown in 2016.

Patrick Reed promises more excitable fist pumps at London Club
Patrick Reed promises more excitable fist pumps at London Club

Patrick Reed is unlikely to be repeating his Ryder Cup whooping and hollering at this week`s Volvo World Match Play Championship but the American has promised to adopt the same sort of "killer instinct".

Oliver Wilson beats Rory McIlroy by one stroke to win first European golf title
Oliver Wilson beats Rory McIlroy by one stroke to win first European golf title

World number 792 Oliver Wilson held on to win his first European golf title at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, beating world number one Rory McIlroy by one stroke on 17 under par.