Golf

Bryan, Gribble share lead at Honda

Danny Lee recovered well to post a one-under 69 at PGA National.

Rookies share lead while Kiwi Danny Lee bounces back after rocky start.

Peterson leads, Fox starts well in Joburg

Paul Peterson has opened with a nine-under par 62 on the European Tour.

American golfer shoots 62 while Kiwi Fox is three under before play suspended.

Ko makes putting changes

New Zealand's Lydia Ko had five birdies and three bogeys in an inconsistent first round at the LPGA Thailand.

More tweaks for struggling world No 1 as she endures mixed day to finish opening round in a tie for 22nd at the Honda LPGA Thailand.

Scott eyes PGA title defence video

Adam Scott is looking to defend his PGA Honda Classic title.

Australian Adam Scott will have to overcome 143 other golfers, including three Kiwis, to reclaim his title.

Round puts Rory in Donald dock

Rory McIlroy has been taking flak for his decision to play golf with Donald Trump.

OPINION: It's not fair to expect Rory McIlroy to stand up to Donald Trump. So why the outrage?

6yo beats pros - with one arm video

Tommy Morrissey has been taking on the pros in a one-armed challenge.

Little Tommy teaches the golf pros a lesson in one-armed challenge.

Trump hits the golf course - again

Donald Trump has not let the responsibilities of office keep him from the golf course.

In between running the country, US president makes time for 18 holes with Rory McIlroy.

Johnson goes from pariah to No 1

Dustin Johnson's rise up the golf rankings has been uninterrupted since the birth of his son Tatum.

Long journey from criminal to party animal to the best golfer in the world.

Scott makes changes to sync with Williams

Adam Scott is changing his schedule after having a poor season last year in the four majors.

Aussie golfer wants more majors and will add tournaments to better gel with Kiwi caddie.

Admit women or lose Olympics golf

New Zealand's Lydia Ko won silver at the Rio Games.

IOC gets tough with club scheduled to host the golf at the 2020 Tokyo Games.

Johnson is new golf number one

Dustin Johnson is the 20th player to hold top spot since the inception of the rankings in 1986.

The American is the 20th player to hold top spot since the inception of the rankings in 1986.

New Ko swing 'not comfortable'

Lydia Ko's body language told the story of her struggles at the Australian Open.

Top golf analyst runs rule over Oz Open struggles as world No 1 unveils her new package with no joy.

Ko disappoints in Adelaide

Lydia Ko reacts to missing a putt at the 2017 Australian Open women's golf tournament at the Royal Adelaide Golf Club.

Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko says she will look at the positives after a poor final round, as Ha Na Jang takes Australian Open.

Dustin Johnson takes lead

Dustin Johnson hits in the rain during the Genesis Open golf tournament at the Riviera Country Club.

Dustin Johnson is closing in on an elusive victory at Riviera.

Key appearance 'shameless'

Former New Zealand PM John Key tees off at Lake Karrinyup Country Club in Perth this week.

OPINION: John Key's appearance at a golf event in Perth was embarrassing, writes Mark Reason.

Fox knocked out in Perth

Ryan Fox reacts after being knocked out of the World Super 6 tournament on the third sudden-death playoff hole after the ...

Two late bogeys and two more in the sudden-death playoff have cost Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox.

Ko out of contention

Lydia Ko failed to make any inroads on the leaderboard on moving day at the Australian Open.

Kiwi fails to make inroads on leaders at Australian Open.

Five Kiwis make cut in Perth

Kiwi Ryan Fox (right) carded a four-under 68, including an eagle, to move into the top-10 at the World Super 6 ...

Five of six New Zealand golfers made the cut at the World Super 6 golf event in Perth.

Ko struggles in Adelaide

Lydia Ko was off the pace set by the leading players halfway through her second round.

World number one just makes the cut despite poor second round.

Kennedy to defend NZ PGA title

Brad Kennedy during his New Zealand PGA Championship winning round in 2016.

Strong field shaping for the New Zealand PGA Championship in March.

Heath Slocum to play in NZ

Heath Slocum will play the New Zealand Open and New Zealand PGA Championship next month.

American four-time winner on the PGA Tour to play in New Zealand Open and NZ PGA Championship.

Daly club toss 'accident'

Daly waits on the 18th green during the first round of the 2016 PGA Championship at Baltusrol.

If he was going to throw a putter, it'd be in "two pieces, not one", golfer John Daly says.

Ko under par at Aussie Open

Lydia Ko has begun her new golf season at Royal Adelaide.

World No 1 recovers from erratic start to post solid opening round in Adelaide.

Golf stars are out at Riviera

Jordan Spieth has been in superb form this season, particularly with the putter.

The PGA Tour's West Coast swing now draws the world's best players.

Pity poor Tiger video

Tiger Woods has been forced to cancel his press conference due to his back problems.

OPINION: Injury is now preventing Tiger from attending press conferences, writes James Corrigan

Ko: Birdies matter, not rankings video

World No 1 Lydia Ko says she doesn't think about rankings when she's out on the golf course.

Lydia Ko knows she's being hunted, but tries not to think about it.

Fireworks, DJs: Golf's future?

Keith Pelley, pictured with Rory McIlroy, right, and Andy Sullivan, is trying to make golf more popular with plenty of ...

Golf etiquette​ is set to go as the sport tries to connect with millennials in the tradition of T20 cricket.

No Tiger? No problem video

Tiger Woods looks on from the 9th green as he finishes his round during the first round of the Omega Dubai Desert ...

Pro golfers annoyed at suggestions a Woods no-show at his own event will put off crowds.

World No 11 backs new golf format

Alex Noren reckons the Perth World Super 6 tournament will be great for fans.

Alex Noren thinks fans shouldn't be told off for talking when golf stars are lining up a shot.

Lister's Russley memories

John Lister on his way to winning his fourth consecutive Garden City Classic golf title in Christchurch in 1975

 John Lister has played all over the world, but it's the Russley Golf Club that he holds close to his heart.

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