Arnold Palmer, ''golf's greatest ambassador'', has died aged 87.
Rory McIlroy capped a stunning comeback to win the season-ending Tour Championship, along with FedExCup honours and a $US10 million bonus.
A combined initiative between Golf Otago and Golf Canterbury has been established to combat declining entries in the provinces’ premier strokeplay tournaments.
Top seed Dustin Johnson continued his "good mojo" to earn a tie for the first-round lead with Kevin Chappell and Hideki Matsuyama at the Tour Championship in Atlanta.
Europe's Lee Westwood believes Tiger Woods could have an adverse effect on America's Ryder Cup chances after the 14-time major winner was named as a vice-captain on the US team.
The new trio of selectors responsible for picking the Otago men's team had a baptism of fire naming the 10 players to compete in the triangular tournament against Aorangi and Southland on the...
Patrick Moore has been appointed as the new professional at the St Clair Golf Club and began work and stocking his shop yesterday morning.
The Town women's team was too strong for its Country counterpart on Sunday, winning 10.5-4.5 at Balmacewen.
Lydia Ko has added another award to her ever-expanding trophy cabinet despite finishing well back at the Evian Championship.
South Korea's Chun In-gee won the Evian Championship this weekend and set a record for the lowest winning score in a major with her four-round total of 21 under par.
With a two-under-par total of 286, Brent McEwan (St Clair) won the 72-hole North Otago tournament by two shots from Philip Bungard (Templeton) on the North Otago course during the weekend.
Margaret Borland recently turned 90 and is still revelling in playing nine holes of golf, at least once a week, at the Chisholm Park Golf Club.
At least 25 players from the Japan Golf Tour (JGTO) will compete in the 2017 New Zealand Open as a result of the partnership agreement being renewed.
Chris Snow (St Clair) won the 36-hole Wanaka men’s tournament after scoring a par three on the second hole of a sudden death playoff to beat Sungwoo Han (Queenstown) yesterday.
As Tiger Woods prepares for what many pundits believe to be the final chapter of his competitive career, it is fair to say that the crystal ball detailing what lies ahead for him is totally opaque.
Joseph Hancock loves his golf.
Rory McIlroy ended a 16-month title drought on the PGA Tour with a brilliant last-day charge, winning the Deutsche Bank Championship by two shots.
Lydia Ko has finished tied for fifth at the Manulife Classic, in an event that saw her charge up the leaderboard thanks to an eagle and three birdies.
Luke Toomey, Wenyung Keh and Andrew Hobbs emerged as the winning players in the Queenstown Open over 72 holes on the Kelvin Heights course over the weekend.
Michael Weastell has been appointed as a professional at the Golf Warehouse which is scheduled to open in the former Dick Smith building in Cumberland Street in mid-October.