world of golf
The Lake course at The Olympic Club in San Francisco will host the 2028 US PGA Championship and the 2032 Ryder Cup.
Injured Leicestershire golfer Jason Palmer says he is under pressure to start playing on the European Tour again.
South Korean Park Sung-hyun says "it hasn't hit me yet" after becoming the first LPGA Tour rookie to get to number one in the world rankings.
Justin Rose birdies three of the final four holes to complete back-to-back wins with victory at the Turkish Airlines Open.
Indian teenager Aditi Ashok survives four-putting the 17th to win by one shot from England's Georgia Hall in Abu Dhabi.
Shane Lowry and Kiradech Aphibarnrat are two ahead after round three at the Turkish Airlines Open in Antalya, with Justin Rose two back.
Bradley Neil earns his first European Tour card after his final putt at the NBO Golf Classic Grand final secures 15th in the Challenge Tour money list.
Nicolas Colsaerts is four shots clear of England's Eddie Pepperell after two rounds of the Turkish Airlines Open.
Ireland's Padraig Harrington feels he can still make Europe's Ryder Cup team and starts well at the Turkish Open.
Tiger Woods will return to golf after nine months out at the Hero World Challenge from 30 November to 3 December.
American Ryan Armour wins the Sanderson Farms Championship to his claim his first US PGA Tour title at the 105th attempt.
England's world number 15 Paul Casey will rejoin the European Tour in a bid to return to Europe's Ryder Cup team.
England's Justin Rose wins the WGC Champions title in Shanghai as world number one Dustin Johnson capitulates on the final day.
World number one Dustin Johnson extends his lead to six shots after three rounds of the WGC Champions in Shanghai.
As part of his plea bargain, the 41-year-old golfer must undergo drug treatment.
Organisers "may consider changes" after a girl won a boys' golf tournament - but was not allowed to have the trophy.
World number one Dustin Johnson hits four birdies in the final four holes to lead at the halfway stage of the WGC-HSBC Champions.
Golf prevents and helps treat dementia, according to new research, and is also a vital resource for carers and families.
Brooks Koepka leads by one shot at the WGC-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai, with England's Justin Rose three strokes behind back.
Jayne Mattey and Clair Shine achieved the feat on the same day, on the same hole, in consecutive strokes.