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Australia's Marc Leishman is joined in the lead by Brian Harman at the halfway stage of the Tournament of Champions.
Former PGA rookie of the year Marc Leishman leads by one shot after the first round of the Tournament of Champions.
Tiger Woods will continue his competitive comeback at the Farmers Insurance Open later this month.
Tiger Woods says he struggled to walk and needed help getting out of bed during his recovery from a back injury.
Former world number one and 14-time major winner Tiger Woods splits with swing coach Chris Como.
BBC Sport Wales follows Welshman Ian Woosnam as he is inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Devon speed golfer Steve Jeffs breaks the Guinness World Record for completing a par five hole in the fastest time.
Justin Rose wins the Indonesian Masters by eight shots in Jakarta, his third title in the past seven weeks.
Northern Ireland golfer Graeme McDowell tells the BBC he does not want his career to end on a low after a disappointing year and explains he has put together a five-year plan to resurrect his game.
An MP voices concern over plans for more courses in Merseyside, which has hosted The Open four times since 2006.
American teenager Angel Yin wins a three-way play-off to win the Dubai Ladies Classic as England's Charley Hull finishes fifth.
Rory McIlroy says he will play in at least seven tournaments early next year as he builds up to another tilt at the Masters in April.
Former Ryder Cup golfer Tommy Horton, who won four European Tour events, dies at the age of 76.
Harry Diamond will remain Rory McIlroy's caddie in 2018 as the former world number one opts for a busy early-season schedule.
Charley Hull is three shots off leader Anne van Dam at the Dubai Ladies Classic
Scotland's Kelsey MacDonald is now outright second at the Dubai Ladies Classic after hitting another four-under-par 68 in round two.
Day seven of BBC Sport's advent calendar is Sergio Garcia ending his long wait for a first major title with a thrilling win at the Masters.
Kelsey MacDonald of Scotland is one off the lead after the first round of the Dubai Ladies Classic, with Dame Laura Davies sharing seventh place.
Rickie Fowler hits a stunning 11-under-par 61 to win the Hero World Challenge as Tiger Woods caps his return from injury with a solid final round.
Tiger Woods fades from contention in his comeback at the Hero World Challenge with a three-over 75 in round three.