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Hoey disqualified from US PGA after sand mistake
Northern Ireland's Michael Hoey was disqualified from the US PGA Championship after the second round for failing to "recreate his lie" after removing a ball from sand.
Verplank withdraws from US PGA
American Scott Verplank withdrew from the US PGA Championship with a hip problem half-way through his second round at the Ocean Course.
BBC Sport news
Westwood leads by a shot in Malaysia
England's Lee Westwood shoots an opening-round 65 at the Malaysian Open to lead by one shot from Nicolas Colsaerts.
Watson 'hung on' for Masters win
Bubba Watson says he has no recollection of playing the last few holes after winning the Masters by three shots.
Porteous makes professional switch
British amateur champion Garrick Porteous turns professional on the back of his appearance at the Masters.
Watson wins second Masters title
American Bubba Watson clinches his second Green Jacket in three years by winning the 78th Masters at Augusta.
Faldo aims to play in Irish Open
Six-time major winner Sir Nick Faldo wants to compete in the Irish Open when it comes to Lough Erne in 2017.
Par fives thwart McIlroy and Poulter
Rory McIlroy and Ian Poulter feel poor returns on Augusta's par five holes cost them a shot at the Masters title.
Watson and Spieth hold Masters lead
Former champion Bubba Watson and debutant Jordan Spieth take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Masters.
Furious Poulter rues Masters finish
Ian Poulter is "raging" despite a two-under-par 70 on day three at Augusta while Lee Westwood moves within three of the lead.
'Frustrated' McIlroy makes Masters cut
Rory McIlroy shoots 77 to narrowly make the Masters cut as only two British players remain under par at Augusta.