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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
Harrington beats rookie in play-off
Padraig Harrington thinks he has rediscovered his "mental edge" after ending wait for a title in either the US or Europe.
England's Sullivan wins Joburg Open
A six-under-par round of 66 leads England's Andy Sullivan to a two-shot victory at the Joburg Open.
Teenager Ko wins New Zealand Open
World number one Lydia Ko wins the New Zealand Open by four shots to claim her second successive victory.
Poulter and Casey share Honda lead
Ian Poulter lets a three-shot advantage slip to lead with Paul Casey at the rain-delayed Honda Classic in Florida.
Harrington leads delayed PGA event
Padraig Harrington is the halfway leader at the Honda Classic, which will finish on Monday after bad weather in Florida.
McIlroy misses Honda Classic cut
World number one Rory McIlroy misses his first cut since June as Padraig Harrington takes the Honda Classic lead in Florida.
Ko cards Christchurch course record
Lydia Ko cards a course record 61 to lead the New Zealand Women's Open by three shots from England's Charley Hull.
Henning misses cut at Joburg Open
World number 1,555 Nic Henning misses the cut at the Joburg Open after leading at the start of the second round.
US Ryder Cup changes 'overdoing it'
Davis Love III's United States Ryder Cup taskforce is "overdoing it", according to world number one Rory McIlroy.