2016 Ryder Cup: USA wins after 8 years
Team USA defeated Team Europe comprehensively with a 17 - 11 tally to win the Ryder Cup after an eight-year spell. USA's Phil Mickelson was under added pressure "when some dumb ass opened his mouth two years ago" following the loss in 2014. Europe's captain Darren Clarke was proud of the manner his team gave their best effort to retain the Cup.
In Memoriam: Arnold Palmer (1929 - 2016)
The legendary Arnold Palmer passed away at the age of 87. 'The King' won 62 PGA TOUR events, including 7 majors as a professional. His everlasting impact on the game of golf is not limited to the hundreds of golf courses designed by his golf design company. He played the perfect ambassador for golf on many levels. Arnold Palmer had also established hospitals and medical centres for children. CLICK HERE TO WATCH
Junior World Champion Shubham Jaglan (IND) felicitated
Child golf prodigy Shubham Jaglan was felicitated by the Delhi Golf Club on Wednesday 14th Sept 2016, for his extraordinary feat of winning the US Kids Golf World Championship 2016. The last achievement was one of the 95 wins he has chalked up in 118 tournaments. Shubham still remains focused and determined to better himself at the game.
Tiger Woods hopes to play 2016-17 season opener
Tiger Woods is hoping for a return to competitive golf after a 14-months hiatus to recover from a surgery on his back. The PGA Tour season opener Safeway Open will be held from 13th to 16th October 2016 in California, U.S.A.
Read reactions from the golf community to Tiger Woods' expected return here
World Cup of Golf: Chawrasia and Chikka will play for India
The final field to make up 28 two-man teams for the inter-country team event consists of players with diverse accomplishments and backgrounds. S.S.P. Chawrasia has picked Chikkarangappa S. to represent India at Melbourne, Australia from 23rd to 27th November 2016.
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.
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