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Paul Casey will play for Europe for the first time since 2008 after being chosen as a wildcard for January's EurAsia Cup.
Marc Cayeux tells BBC Sport about his incredible recovery from a car crash that needed 27 operations and left him an inch shorter.
American Austin Cook wins his first PGA title with a four-shot victory in the RSM Classic on Sea Island, Georgia.
Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn birdies the final hole for a five-under 67 to win the Tour Championship by one shot in Florida.
Tommy Fleetwood was overwhelmed with joy after being crowned Race to Dubai champion after the final round of the Tour Championship.
Tommy Fleetwood beats fellow Englishman Justin Rose to the Race to Dubai title as Jon Rahm wins the season finale Tour Championship.
Justin Rose takes a one-shot lead into the Tour Championship's final day and is in pole position to beat Tommy Fleetwood to the Race to Dubai title.
Matthew Fitzpatrick leads the Tour Championship by one stroke as Race to Dubai leader Tommy Fleetwood moves into contention.
England's Luke Donald undergoes tests in hospital for chest pains and will not return to action until 2018.
Marc Warren only had half and hour to practice after getting a first reserve call to Tour Championship in Dubai and had to use the light of his coach's mobile phone.
Justin Rose is one shot off the lead at the DP World Tour Championship, as Race to Dubai leader Tommy Fleetwood falters.
Scotland's Bradley Neil is pleased to avoid the stress of qualifying school as he prepares for his first season on the European Tour.
Patton Kizzire wins his first PGA title as Rickie Fowler misses out at the OHL Classic in Mexico.
South Africa's Branden Grace fires a six-under 66 to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge by one shot from Scotsman Scott Jamieson.
Shanshan Feng will become the first Chinese golfer to top the world rankings after her victory at the Blue Bay event in her homeland.
Scotland's Michele Thomson breaks the course record as she takes a three-shot lead in the Indian Open.
Scott Jamieson leads Victor Dubuisson by one shot going into the final round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City.
Lee Westwood is tied for second, two shots behind Victor Dubuisson, after two rounds of the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa.
Shinzo Abe took a tumble and Donald Trump didn't notice.
Austria's Bernd Wiesberger cards a five-under par 67 to lead by one shot after the first round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge.