Baker-Finch fined $500
Hennessy pull out of European Women's tour
Baker-Finch facing disciplinary action
Alison Nicholas wins Sunday Times award
Taylor to succeed Bell as USGA president
Mercury to sponsor LPGA series
Delay naming captain - 'Monty'
Metal spikes banned by Pinehurst
Tour Blimey by Geoff Sweet
New stats aid for European Tour
Ken Schofield supports Omega Tour
European Tour gives Monty honorary life membership
Scott Henderson gets Rookie of the Year award
USGA extends NBC contract until 2003
Alison Nicholas wins Golf Writers' Trophy
Seve reveals his Ryder Cup blueprint
Montgomerie wins Player of the Year Award
Rain plays havoc with PGA Qualifying School
Johansson taken to hospital
Joyce Wethered dies
Nicklaus statue to be erected at Muirfield Village
BBC secures US Masters contract
Monty to stay in Europe
World Tour to start in 1999 with $12 million deal
Schoolgirl playing off +3 breaks course record
Crenshaw to be next US Ryder Cup captain
Tiger Woods wins Player of the Year Award
Amex pull out of WPGET sponsorship
Haeggman shoots 27 for nine holes
Curtis Cup squad starts training
Monty apologises to US Ryder Cup team
Callaway and PGA in UK schools golf initiative
Seve gets Golfer of the Month award
Ryder Cup damaged in victory celebrations
Dave Marr dies aged 63
Langer shoots career best round of 60
Monty to leave Europe for US Tour
Devlin has kidney surgery
Seve steps down as captain
Europe wins the Ryder Cup
Ryder Cup action
Seve: I'm Confident We Will Win
Martin and Ballesteros shake hands
Ballesteros puts Europe ahead in pre-match tactics.
Ireland to host the 2005 Ryder Cup
Faldo and Ballesteros elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame.
PGA Tour players support Martin.
Martin fails to appear at the British Masters
Monty drops US bombshell
Ballesteros - a stroke of genius.
Seve picks Faldo and Parnevik to complete Europe's Ryder Cup team.
Martin's lawyers to fight axing from the Ryder Cup team
Europe throws Martin out of the Ryder Cup team
Seve delays announcing his Ryder Cup team selections
Lorenzi to captain WPEG team against PGA Seniors
Terry Coates resigns as head of the Women's European Tour.
Tom Kite picks Couples and Janzen to play in US Ryder Cup team.
US crush G.B.&I by 18 - 6 to win back the Walker Cup
US poised for victory in the Walker Cup with just one point needed.
US go into a 5 point lead after first day matches
US take commanding lead after first matches in Walker Cup.
Great Britain & Ireland ready for battle in the Walker Cup
Ben Hogan dies at the age of 84.
USGA finalise Walker Cup team.
Two Irishmen make their debut in the GBI Walker Cup team
Callaway buys Odyssey for $130 million
USGA finalise Walker Cup team
Two Irishmen make their debut in the GBI Walker Cup team
Youngest player ever chosen for the Walker Cup team by the R & A.
Ballesteros rules himself out of playing in the Ryder Cup.
Bulls Eye celebrates its 50th Anniversary.
USGA begins selection for the Walker Cup team
Craig Watson wins the British Amateur Championship and secures a place in The Open.
News Of The World Masters Golf Champions invited to Loch Lomand.
January - May
Sunningdale to host the Solheim Cup
American Express sign up Tiger Woods in $30 million deal
Terry Coates decides to remain as chairman of the Women Professional Golfers' European Tour.
Racy Ryder Cup bonus for Darren Clarke
Canon continue support for UK Junior Club Championship
Bernhard Langer appeals for redistribution of Ryder Cup profits
A biography of Tiger Woods by John Strege.
The R & A launches its own web site
Seve sacks his fourth caddie in two years.
Seve has not ruled out the idea of becoming the first European captain to play in the Ryder Cup.
Michael Williams dies on the golf course
The birdwatching Ryder Cup
Palmer may quit tournament golf
Olazabal to play in the English Open
PGA say no changes in Ryder Cup team selection for 1997.
Montgomerie wants changes in Europe's Ryder Cup team selection.
The most dangerous golf courses in the world
Olazabal wins Johnnie Walker Golfer of the Month Award
Qatar to hold $1 million Masters event in 1998
Jose Maria Olazabal has announced he will play in the Dubai Desert Classic.
Lee Westwood and Warren Bladon, Britain's top amateur, have been invited to play in this year's Masters. Allenby also to play for the first time.
Els to rejoin European Tour
Steve Jones, Tom Lehman and Nick Faldo to play in the Loch Lomond Invitational
MacGregor Golf purchased by a consortium of investors
Young players set to challenge again in 1997
European Tour to sponsor The Golf Ball
Cobra donates 55,000 golf clubs to junior golf
Arnold Palmer holds a press conference
Arnold Palmer comes out of hospital after treatment.
New European Seniors event to be held at Wentworth
Malaysia to host World Cup of Golf in 1999
Montecastillo to host Volvo Masters
Mary Hedblom wins 1997 Qualifying School
jokes his way into junior golf
confirms his reputation as Australia's fiercest competitor by winning the Greg Norman Classic.
Sales of tickets for the
have been suspended because of the huge demand.
wins the Million Dollar Challenge in Sun City, South Africa after a play-off with Ernie Els.
storms to his fifth Australian Open title.
Laura Davies is
LPGA player of the year.
failed at the last hole to force a play-off in the Australian Ladies Masters
Langer comes out of slump
- Bernhard Langer has ended his winless streak for more than a year by winning the $500,000 Alfred Dunhill Masters in Hong Kong.
has announced he is to leave Wentworth at the end of the year.
has been named the next Captain for the European Solheim Cup team in 1998.
completes successful defence of Sarazen Open with a final round of 68 giving him a 16-under-par total.
Downwards trend in numbers playing golf
is No1 grip on USPGA Tour