Olympic Women's Golf: India's Aditi finishes 41st at +7
India's teen golfer Aditi Ashok rounded off the week with a total of +7 at 41st spot in the women's golf event at Rio Olympics on Saturday. Inbee Park of Korea outclassed the field by seven strokes with a -16 total to win the gold medal. Lydia Ko (NZL) and Shanshan Feng (CHN) secured silver and bronze medals at -11 and -10 scores, respectively.
Men's Olympic Golf: Rose claims golden glory
Justin Rose won gold for Great Britain as he overcame Sweden's Henrik Stenson on a dramatic final day of the Olympic Men's Golf Competition in Rio de Janeiro. Both were level at the 18th tee. Stenson three-putted for bogey and a -14 total, Rose holed a birdie to sign for a -16 total score. Indians S.S.P. Chawrasia and Anirban Lahiri carded +5 and +10 totals, respectively.
PGA Championship: Walker wins the year's last Major
USA's Jimmy Walker held his nerve to win on the longest final day at the PGA Championship with a -14 total score, one shot better than defending champion and world number one Jason Day of Australia. Day had a strong finish to his round at the US$ 10 million Major event, with an eagle on the 18th.
13 Interesting Facts about the PGA Championship venue
Baltusrol Golf Club at Springfield plays host to this week's PGA Championship which is the year's fourth and final Major. Before the US$ 10 million tournament gets underway on Thursday, here are some little-known but very interesting fact about the venue.
How to Book at the Old Course, St. Andrews
Documentary filmmaker Erik Anders Lang visits Scotland to find out about the origins of Golf and makes an attempt to book a tee-time at the Old Course in St. Andrews. He learns how the land actually formed and exactly how difficult the playing conditions are on the course, which also plays host to The Open Championship. CLICK HERE TO WATCH
The Open: Stenson wins in record fashion
Sweden's Henrik Stenson held off USA's Phil Mickelson as they dueled during the final round of the US$ 9.3 million Major event in Scotland. Stenson claimed the title with a record lowest total at a Major with -20, Mickelson ended at -17. Anirban Lahiri of India finished tied 68th with +12.
Final Rankings highlight diversity for Golf at 2016 Olympics
With the qualification process complete, there are 40 countries included in the Final Olympic Golf Rankings across the men’s and women’s competitions highlighting the broad global diversity of the sport in Rio de Janeiro. Anirban Lahiri, S.S.P. Chawrasia and Aditi Ashok will be representing India at the 2016 Games.
WGC - Bridgestone Invitational: Johnson on the rise
USA's Dustin Johnson shot -6 for his final tally to win the US$ 9.5 million World Golf Championships event, his second consecutive victory after the U.S. Open title two weeks ago. Compatriot Jordan Spieth and Jason Day (AUS) were tied 3rd at -3. Anirban Lahiri of India finished the tournament tied 33rd at +5.
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