BBC Sport - Golf
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Rory McIlroy lies nine shots off the lead after a four-over 74 in the first round of the US PGA Championship at Baltusrol.
South Korea's Mirim Lee leads the British Open at the end of day one after shooting a course-record 10 under par at Woburn.
Great Britain's Charley Hull says she is "happy" with her first round performance at Woburn, finishing day one tied fifth at four under.
World number eight Stacy Lewis hits a "beautiful" tee shot on the 17th hole during the first round of the Women's British Open at Woburn.
One Direction pop star Niall Horan reflects on his golfing prowess as he plays in the Northern Ireland Open Pro-Am at Galgorm Castle.
A BBC interview with British golfer Charley Hull is interrupted... by a squirrel falling from a tree.
Who are the main contenders? For how many years has golf been absent from the Olympics? And what are Team GB's chances of success?
Jason Day says he feels "under the weather" and is "running on empty" as he prepares to defend his US PGA Championship title.
Andrew 'Beef' Johnston knows he must balance his golf with new-found fame after becoming a cult hero at The Open.
Sam Torrance is named Darren Clarke's fifth vice-captain as Europe prepare to defend the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine in September.
Charley Hull says playing at her home course when the Women's British Open comes to Woburn on Thursday will be "special".
Golfing prodigy Tom McKibbin, 13, insists he won't be nervous when he tees up with seasoned pros at the Northern Ireland Open.
Rory McIlroy says the Baltusrol layout gives him a good chance of winning a third US PGA Championship this week.
Masters champion Danny Willett believes the current depth of talent in golf means "anyone" could win this week's US PGA.
Take a sneak peek inside English golfer Andrew 'Beef' Johnston's house ahead of the 98th US PGA Championship in New Jersey.
Rory McIlroy believes moving the Irish Open to July from next year will attract more of the world's top players to the tournament.
The Irish Open will return to Northern Ireland next year when Portstewart stages the 6-9 July tournament.
Warwickshire golfer Paul Broadhurst says his Senior Open win at Carnoustie could well be "life changing".
As fans prepare to gorge on two majors on the same weekend, Iain Carter hopes golf has not squandered a glorious opportunity.
England finish joint third in the International Crown as the United States take victory the four-day event.