Golf

Fox in good shape

Ryan Fox of New Zealand is in good shape at the Australia PGA Championship.

Ryan Fox is tied for third in the Australian PGA Championship, alongside Adam Scott.

Woods and Shakespearean pen

Tiger Woods is back in action after a 16-month layoff.

OPINION: Masses upon masses want Tiger to be great again. Like moths drawn to the bright light of history.

Waikato favourites to make it a three-peat

Auckland's Johnny Tynan lost to Manwatu-Wanganui's Junior Tatana in round six of the Toro New Zealand Men's Interprovincial.

Waikato's form hard to fault at interprovincial.

Fair dinkum, Danny is Kiwi as

Two dinkum Kiwis: Golfers Danny Lee and Ryan Fox.

We're giving the Aussies a gobful for giving a bit of a burl to knicking off with Danny Lee.

Canty teen queens aim to repeat

Teenager Amelia Garvey will be No 1 for Canterbury at the women's interprovincials.

 Canterbury women aim to go back to back.

Tiger of old returns, for a bit video

Tiger Woods' comeback in the Bahamas got off to a flying start before some late round bogeys left him in second to last ...

Late round bogey lament for Tiger Woods after making a stunning start in his pro golf comeback.

Fox continues strong form

New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox was the early leader at the Australian PGA Championship on the Gold Coast.

Kiwi golfer towards the top of the leaderboard at the Australian PGA Championship.

Semifinalists remain unknown at Interprovincial

Manawatu-Wanganui's Regan McConaghty tees off.

The Interprovinicals are heating up.

Amazing Grace's trick shot video

Branden Grace thrilled the crowd with his par-3 competition trick shot.

South African golfer defies a water trap, skimming the ball across a pond to reach the green.

Golf rage in the US

Golf.

Golfer left with fractured skull, broken ribs, and potential brain damage after he threw a ball from the green.

Ko to play for record prizes

Lydia Ko and her LPGA fellow players will be playing for a total purse pool worth almost $100 million next year.

LPGA Tour adds four new tournaments with prize money pool closing in on $100 million mark.

Tiger Woods hits two eagles

Tiger Woods smiles after the completion of the pro-am for the Hero World Challenge at Albany, the Bahamas.

Golf great signals he's ready for competition again with impressive showing on the eve of his comeback.

Ten more years of Tiger?

Tiger Woods is hoping for a quick return to form.

Success or failure? Division in the golf world over prospect of Tiger Woods comeback.

Waikato lay down marker at Interprovincial

Nick Coxon was involved in a dominant Waikato performance on day two of the Toro New Zealand Men's Interprovincial golf ...

Waikato again look the team to beat.

Woods: 'I'm playing again'

Golf great Tiger Woods is making his comeback at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas after 15 months out of the ...

World No 898 Tiger Woods is playing to win in his comeback tournament after 15 months away from golf.

'I'm not dead, I'm ready to go'

One of the greatest golfers ever his about to make his triumphant return to the sport.

Tiger Woods, arguably the greatest golfer of all time, is coming back after being sidelined for 15 months.

Canterbury lead way

Canterbury golfer Daniel Laughton.

Canterbury have notched up wins over Southland and Taranaki to start New Zealand's interprovincial golf tournament well.

Struggles all in Tiger's head: Els

Tiger Woods is scheduled to make his return to competitive golf this week.

Former world No 1 will make his return to competitive golf in the Bahamas this week.

Two schoolboys in Canty golf side

Daniel Laughton will be Canterbury No 1 at the Toro interprovincials in New Plymouth.

New look Canterbury side for interprovincials.

Annett's hole-in-one in one run

Jimmy Annett has nailed his fourth hole-in-one after acing No.15 at the Timaru Golf Club.

A fourth hole-in-one has Jim Annett smiling despite the dent in his wallet.

Golfers sink $11k into quake appeal

New Zealand golfers Danny Lee, left, and Ryan Fox sunk $11,000 into the Kaikoura Earthquake appeal at the World Cup of ...

Ryan Fox and Danny Lee raise $11,000 for Kaikoura earthquake relief effort.

Fox and Lee finish outside top-10

Kiwis Danny Lee, left, and Ryan Fox finished tied for 11th in the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne.

Ryan Fox and Danny Lee improved on their day three performance at the World Cup of Golf, but still slipped three spots in the overall standings.

Poor finish for Lee, Fox

Ryan Fox, pictured, and Danny Lee shot an even-par 72 on Saturday at Kingston Heath.

Kiwi duo close with three bogeys to fall down leaderboard at Kingston Heath.

Lee and Fox poke borax at Aussies

Danny Lee and Ryan Fox have shot up the leaderboard on day two at Kingston Heath.

Kiwi golfers move into top 10 after eight-under round Kingston Heath.

Kiwis struggle in Melbourne

Ryan Fox and Danny Lee will donate $500 to the Kaikoura earthquake appeal for every birdie they make at the World Cup of ...

Ryan Fox and Danny Lee start poorly at the World Cup of Golf following their generous pledge to the Kaikoura Earthquake Appeal.

Ko to change clubs: report

Lydia Ko will reportedly be wearing a different logo next year.

Caddie, swing, clubs - gone. Could her coach be next?

Kiwi golfer's 8-year wait for a pie ends

Danny Lee and Ryan Fox will team up again for the World Cup of Golf, just as they did at the Rio Olympics earlier this year.

Danny Lee has waited a long time between pies. The wait appears to have been worth it.

NZ-based German golfer aiming for top 10

David Klein plays out of a bunker on the 15th hole during day two of the Australian golf Open at the Royal Sydney Golf Club.

Te Anau golfer David Klein was an early leader at the Australian Open golf tournament recently and is aiming for the top 10 at next week's Australian PGA.

Poor end to great year for Ko

A poor opening nine dashed Lydia Ko's hopes of end-of-season honours on the LPGA Tour.

Kiwi golf star loses grip on all the big LPGA Tour awards but still reflects on an "A+" year in 2016.

Fox learns from 'unbelievable' Spieth

Ryan Fox says he knows what he needs to do to move into the next tier of men's golf.

Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox believes he is close to breaking into the next level of golfing talent after a strong showing at the Australian Open.

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