New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko became the youngest player to win a LPGA Tour event when the 15-year-old captured the Canadian Women's Open by three strokes on Sunday.
Tiger Woods overshadowed playing partner Rory McIlroy while Padraig Harrington stole the limelight by taking overall command in Thursday's opening round of the Barclays tournament in Farmingdale, New York.
After winning the LPGA Championship in June, Chinese mainland No. 1 golfer Feng Shanshan said Wednesday she has quickly become used to getting star treatment, but that hasn't stopped her from wanting more.
The Spaniard clinched his eighth PGA Tour title by two shots at the rain-delayed Wyndham Championship in North Carolina on Monday and, with it, a coveted spot on the European team for the Sep. 28-30 Ryder Cup.
Augusta National Golf Club, the famed home of the Masters tournament, announced on Monday that it had finally ended its all-male policy and would admit the first women members in its 80-year history.
Spain's Sergio Garcia fired a four-under-par 66 to take the lead after the third round of the Wyndham Championship on Saturday and fuel his bid to play in a sixth Ryder Cup.
US Open champion Webb Simpson returns to a "perfect" venue where he enjoyed "the most important week" of his career for his title defence at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The argument in golf used to be over when Tiger Woods would beat Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major titles.
Woods can only watch as his playing partner birdies six of his first 10 holes.
Golf is not a sport of the London Olympics but it still made its presence felt.
Feng Shanshan has been touted as the Li Na of golf since she became the first golfer from the Chinese mainland to win at the LPGA Championship.
More Chinese youngsters are expected to seize the opportunity to hit the golf range as the country provides more support to the sport.