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Leaderboard: Bridgestone Invitational

Golf world No 1 Jason Day is in the field for the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.

The leaderboard from the latest stop on the PGA Tour, the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.

Wilkinson good, Lee not so

New Zealand's Tim Wilkinson has made a good start to the Barracuda Championship on the PGA Tour.

Contrasting fortunes for top Kiwi golfers as respective PGA tour events get under way.

Spieth unsure about Olympics

Jordan Spieth: "I have not received enough information to make an informed decision either way or not."

Two-time major winner Jordan Spieth is still undecided about whether to participate in Rio.

Alker, Montgomerie clinch Open spots

Steven Alker will play in his fourth British Open next month.

Kiwi golfer will tee it up along with Danny Lee at Royal Troon next month.

Ko nominated for ESPY Awards

Lydia Ko has the chance to defend the ESPY award she won last year

Kiwi golfer set to rub shoulders with some of the biggest names in US sports.

Golf's gender divide over Rio

Lydia Ko is excited about the prospect of playing at the Olympics in Rio.

Lydia Ko leads women's assault on Olympics as men continue to pull out.

Rio 'not smaller' than golf video

Jason Day: "The reason for my decision is my concerns about the possible transmission of the Zika virus and the ...

Olympics organiser defends the Games as world No 1 Jason Day joins the long queue of golfers to withdraw.

Fresh vote on female membership

Henry Fairweather chair of Muirfield Golf Club.

Golf course to take a second vote on allowing women after losing rights to British Open.

Flooding halts Lee's title defence

Danny Lee can't defend his Greenbrier Classic title due to flooding.

Danny Lee was unable to defend his title at The Greenbrier Classic after the event was cancelled due to deadly flooding in West Virginia.

Upcoming Kiwi golfer recognised at home

Wenyung Keh after winning last years Akarana Open.

Kiwi Wenyung Keh and her Washington University team won the university's first NCAA golf championship.

Twins still on rep outer

After playing golf for just two years, 11-year-old Darae Chung got down to a one handicap and has been included in the ...

Two of Wellington's best players, Peter and Thomas Spearman-Burn, are unavailable for rep selection after last year's suspension.

Ko goes Hog wild with win video

Lydia Ko walks toward the green on the 17th hole wearing an Arkansas Razorbacks hat.

Kiwi golfer claims her third LPGA title of 2016 with a three shot win in the $2.8m NW Arkansas Championship.

Recap: Ko wins LPGA event

Lydia Ko tees off on the second hole of the final round at the NW Arkansas Championship.

Kiwi golfer wins her 13th LPGA title with victory in the $2.8m NW Arkansas Championship.

Ko goes low in Arkansas video

Lydia Ko equaled the course record to grab a share of the tournament lead at the latest LPGA event in Arkansas.

Ko shoots nine-under, capped by an eagle at the last hole.

Ko in touch with leaders

Lydia Ko tracks the progress of her tee shot on the 11th hole during round one of the Arkansas Championship.

Kiwi world No 1 fires five-under 66 to start latest LPGA Tour event in Arkansas.

What goes on tour stays on tour

Dustin Johnson sinks his birdie putt on the 18th green during the final round of his US Open at Oakmont Country Club on ...

OPINION: How does it look to the world when the golf's marquee competition has no credible drugs policy?

Paddison ready for success

Gareth Paddison recently teamed up with European Tour coach Ian Godleman. Paddison has been a pro since 2001 and hopes ...

Gareth Paddison still looking to improve.

Kiwi golfing hotshots bounce back in world cup to finish in top 10

The New Zealand junior golf team after winning the Australian Boys' Amateur Championships in Ulverstone Golf Club in ...

Kiwi golfing hotshots bounce back from the bottom of the table to finish in the top 10 at a world cup in Japan.

Tee shot hooked into shirt

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Michael Campbell quips over need for a USGA official after golf ball comes to rest in an unusual place.

Kiwi starts strongly in Scotland

Ryan Fox tracks his tee shot on the second hole during round one of the Scottish Hydro Challenge.

Auckland golfer Ryan Fox shows signs of return to form on European Challenge Tour.

McDowell won't replace McIlroy

Graeme McDowell will not play for Ireland at the Rio Olympics, opting to remain home in the US with his pregnant wife in ...

Graeme McDowell latest high-profile golfer to opt out of Olympics but Zika not the reason.

Day, Spieth could follow McIlroy

Rory McIlroy will  not play at the Rio Olympics because of the Zika virus.

Irishman not expected to be the last golfer to pull the pin on the Rio Olympics.

McIlroy opts out of Rio

Rory McIlroy, playing the US Open earlier this week, has pulled out of the Rio Olympics.

Top golfer pulls of Rio Olympics because of his fears about the Zika virus.

Alvarez, Voke head NZ teams

Wellington golfer Julianne Alvarez joins her Washington State US title-winning team-mate Wenyung Keh in the New Zealand ...

Julianne Alvarez and Wenyung Keh will head New Zealand's Espirito Santo team after winning a US college title.

Right penalty, wrong delivery at US Open

Dustin Johnson is congratulated by Lee Westwood and his brother/caddie Austin Johnson as they walk up the 18th hole at ...

OPINION: Rules officials made the toughest test in golf even tougher.

USGA regrets Johnson penalty delay

Dustin Johnson celebrates his US Open win.

Officials stand by decision over Dustin Johnson penalty but 'regret' distraction.

'I still didn't want the penalty' video

Dustin Johnson could face a nervous wait after his round.

Dustin Johnson puts penalty confusion behind him to finally claim his major.

'Amateur hour' at golf's US Open video

Relief for Dustin Johnson after sealing victory at the 18th hole.

Golfers including Rory McIlroy let fly after a dramatic ruling that threatened to derail the tournament.

Ko three shots shy of the lead

Lydia Ko carded a three-under 68 in her final round at the Meijer Classic.

NZ golfer couldn't catch the leaders at the Meijer Classic despite a bogey-free final round.

Kiwis languish at US Open

Danny Lee at the US Open at Oakmont. The Kiwi golfer finished tied for 57th place.

Bogey blow out for Danny Lee as he and fellow Kiwi Tim Wilkinson fade in the final round at Oakmont.

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