Organisers of the rescheduled Ryder Cup are planning to host more than 40,000 people a day at the postponed event at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin in September if the COVID-19 pandemic situation improves.
International Golf Federation (IGF) President Annika Sörenstam has defended her decision to accept the Presidential Medal of Freedom from departing United States President Donald Trump – a day after his supporters stormed the Capitol.
Two-time major winner Ángel Cabrera has reportedly been arrested in Brazil and faces extradition to his home country Argentina.
The first World Golf Championship (WGC) event of 2021 has been moved from Mexico to the United States because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A limited number of fans will be allowed into the Augusta National Golf Club to watch The Masters this year, it has been announced.
Trump National Golf Club will no longer host the 2022 Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) Championship after organisers decided using the course would be "detrimental".
The PGA Tour Series-China has been cancelled in 2021 amid uncertainty over the coronavirus situation in Asia.
International Golf Federation (IGF) President Annika Sörenstam and nine-time major winner Gary Player have received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from United States President Donald Trump, amid calls for him to be removed from office.
Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) commissioner Mike Whan is to step down in 2021 after 11 years in the role.
Australia’s Adam Scott has said he would consider competing in the golf tournament at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, but the Games were not among his priorities for the year.
Peter Dawson, who steps down as President of the International Golf Federation (IGF) at the end of this month, foresees his sport being followed by packed crowds at the Tokyo 2020 and Paris 2024 Olympics.
Two-time major winning golfer Greg Norman has been hospitalised after showing coronavirus like symptoms, despite initially testing negative for the virus.
World number one Ko Jin-young stormed to victory at the season-ending Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour event in Florida, winning by five shots.
Kim Sei-young and Ko Jin-young swapped positions on the leaderboard in round three of the CME Group Tour Championship, with the former now holding a one-shot lead after shooting a five-under-par 67.
World number one Ko Jin-young shot a bogey-free 67 to claim the halfway lead at the end-of-season CME Group Tour Championship.