Tiger praised for raising the stakes
Tiger Woods' return can only mean good things for golf which reaped the rewards of his popularity, former world number one Ernie Els said Wednesday.
Ko wants to get ball rolling on equal pay for women
The world's top woman golfer Lydia Ko wants her stunning achievements as a teenager to narrow the sport's huge gap in prize money between men and women.
Oboh is youngest, first black African woman at LPGA tourney
Georgia Oboh’s star continues to shine. The Nigerian, who in December last year finished as the third best player at the European Junior Open Championship in Costa Del Sol, Spain...
Furyk named as U.S. Ryder Cup captain for 2018
Jim Furyk has been named as the United States captain for the 2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National in Paris.The 46-year-old’s vice-captain will be Davis Love, a losing captain in 2012 but victorious in 2016 when the US beat Europe 17-11 to regain the trophy.
Sunday Odegha set to join South Africa Sunshine Tour
Nigeria's current number one player, Sunday Odegha is close to joining the Sunshine Tour in South Africa, which he hopes to combine with his schedule in Nigeria.
Woods to commence 2017 season with Farmers Insurance Open
Woods will take part in his first PGA tournament of 2017 at an event he has won seven times and last won in 2013, with the event organisers announcing that the former world number one is committed to playing.
Tiger to make 2017 debut at Torrey Pines
Former world number one Tiger Woods will launch his 2017 campaign at Torrey Pines, where his eight triumphs include the 2008 US Open.
‘Why Nigeria was chosen for Equatorial Guinea Open’s pre-qualifiers’
Organisers of the Equatorial Guinea Open Golf Championship have revealed that Nigeria was chosen for the 2017 pre-qualifiers to give more West African players the chance to qualify for the event hosted annually in Mongono.