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'I'm going to get more': Woods

Tiger Woods believes he will surpass Jack Nicklaus' major record of 18.

Golfing superstar still believes he will surpass Jack Nicklaus' major record of 18.

Ko papers over problems?

Lydia Ko has sacked her caddie Jason Hamilton after a partnership of two years.

OPINION: Is Lydia Ko's sacking of caddie Jason Hamilton simply papering over bigger problems?

Caddie axe 'surprising': Williams

Lydia Ko's caddy Jason Hamilton hands out advice during the Rio Olympics where the world No 1 won a silver medal.

Kiwi ex-caddie of Tiger Woods wonders if Lydia Ko's parents have "hit the panic button" over a small form dip.

Kiwis finish strong

Danny Lee found his form in the final round of the PGA TOur's opening event in California.

Steve Alker and Danny Lee produce good final rounds but can't make inroads at PGA Tour opener.

Lydia Ko 51st in Korea

On return to her country of birth, Lydia Ko found it tough going in South Korea with a 51st placing in the LPGA Tour event.

The world No 1 has had her two worst finishes in her last three LPGA Tour events.

The joy of new lungs and a hole-in-one

Saint Kennach, 62, has just returned a winner from the Transplant Games in Australia.

He'd been on oxygen for nine years and didn't think he'd live to see his grandchild born. Now he's got more puff than he dared hope for.

Shilton, Zheng take out Harewood Open

Brad Shilton won the Harewood Open by six shots from Josh Geary.

Brad Shilton breaks drought to win Harewood Open

Fox behind in the wet

Ryan Fox is seven shots behind the leaders in the rain-reduced Hainan Open.

Ryan Fox is seven shots behind the leaders in the rain-reduced latest stop on the European Challenge Tour.

Will LPGA dump Trump's course?

Donald Trump owns Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey.

Pressure mounts to shift US Women's Open elsewhere as sexual assault allegations stack up against billionaire owner.

Ko fades in Korea

INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA - OCTOBER 14:  Lydia Ko of New Zealand plays a tee shot on the 3rd hole during the second round of ...

Alison Lee in position to claim first win as Kiwi golfer shoots herself out of contention.

Piercy holds two-shot lead

Scott Piercy leads by two at the opening tournament for the PGA Tour season.

Kiwi Danny Lee in danger of missing cut while Steven Alker is tied 29th.

9-year-old golfer making waves video

Rising golf star, nine-year-old Christchurch-based South Korean Jeong Hyun Lee.

Christchurch-based 9-year-old golfer Jeong Hyun Lee sets sights on LPGA records.

Clinical rounds at Harewood Open

Brad Shilton plays a tricky shot at the Harewood Open last year. The Auckland professional leads the 2016 tournament.

The leaders beat the rain deluge to turn in top rounds at the Harewood Open Charles Tour golf tournament in Christchurch.

Ko improves in second round

Lydia Ko has easily made the cut in South Korea.

Kiwi world No 1 climbs the leaderboard after solid second round in Incheon, South Korea.

Golfer blasts 251-yard albatross video

Morgan Hoffman starts 2016/17 PGA Tour season in style.

US golfer produces contender for shot of the season in opening PGA Tour event.

Ko struggles continue with 75

After finishing 20th equal in Taiwan, Lydia Ko opened with a round of 75 in South Korea.

Lydia Ko already 10 shots off the pace after an opening round of 75 in Incheon.

Campbell and Chung share lead

Joint leader Joonsang Chung in action during the first round of the Harewood Open in Christchurch.

Kiwi professionals Ben Campbell and Joonsang Chung both finished six under the card to share the lead after the opening round of the Harewood Open.

From Augusta National to Wellington

Augusta National chairman Billy Payne says "virtually our entire membership will want to come to New Zealand and Royal ...

Augusta National chairman Billy Payne and his green-jacketed friends can't wait to visit Wellington next year.

Hillier ready for defence

Daniel Hillier is back to defend the Charles Tour title he won at Christchurch's Harewood course last year.

Daniel Hillier primed to mix it with the professionals as he defends Harewood Open

Tiger teases with Napa no-show

Tiger Woods will not play this week because his game is not ready.

OPINION: Late withdrawal feels like a case of stage fright, writes Doug Ferguson.

A Ryder Cup joke too far

Peter Willett is now infamous with US golf fans after his comments about them ahead of the Ryder Cup spurred heated ...

His kids insulted and violent threats received, the instigator of a golf fan war reflects on the joke gone bad.

The next Lydia Ko? video

Aroha Minhinnick, 9, practices her swing. The young talent practices up to four hours a week.

At just 9-years-old, she is the youngest person to place in a tournament at her local club.

DJ named PGA player of the year

Dustin Johnson has claimed the three PGA end-of-season awards.

American golfer sweeps the PGA Tour awards.

Dual title defences for Hillier

In his debut Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship, Daniel Hillier finished a creditable 15th and third-best of the New ...

Rising star's Harewood Open and NZ amateur titles go on the line this month.

'Vulnerable' Tiger pulls out

Tiger Woods has pulled out of this week's Safeway Open.

Golf superstar concedes he's not ready for the pro game, withdrawing from planned comeback.

Tiger Woods still 'the man'

Tiger Woods is making his PGA return.

Fellow golf stars can't wait to see the former world No 1 back in action, though they're cautious about how he might play.

Williams, Turner to guide NZ golfers

Luke Toomey, centre, is an unlikely starter at next year's Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship with qualifying school ...

The one-year countdown is on till 10 NZ golfers chase a US Masters berth in Wellington.

Miya, Hung take out Canty matchplay titles

Hiroki Miya, 16, claimed the Canterbury men's matchplay title on Sunday.

Hiroki Miya, Juliana Hung win Canterbury matchplay titles.

Ko fades in Taiwan

Lydia Ko finished tied for 20th at the LPGA Taiwan Championship.

Lydia Ko couldn't do better than get tied for 20th in the Fubon LPGA Taiwan Championship.

Late Toomey charge just short

New Zealand's Luke Toomey finished third in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship after firing a flawless final round of ...

A stunning final round of 66 saw Luke Toomey rocket up to third in the Asia-Pacific amateur.

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