BBC Sport - Golf
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Russell Knox tees at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational with fellow Scot Paul Lawrie urging him to make Europe's Ryder Cup team.
South Africa's world number 38 Lee-Anne Pace becomes the first female golfer to withdraw from Rio 2016 Olympics over Zika fears.
Rory McIlroy says there is no reason for golf to feel embarrassed about the high number of withdrawals from the Rio Olympics.
This week's sport on the BBC includes the start of Wimbledon, Euro 2016, England v Sri Lanka ODIs and the Austrian Grand Prix.
London 2012 gold medallist Katie Taylor questions the motives of golfers who have pulled out of the Rio Games because of the Zika virus.
BBC Scotland's David Currie joins Colin Montgomerie as he qualifies for the Open - which will take place at his home course of Royal Troon.
Colin Montgomerie is among the qualifiers for The Open, to be held on his home course of Royal Troon.
World number one Jason Day and Irish golfer Shane Lowry pull out of the Olympics because of concerns over the Zika virus.
Shane Lowry is the latest Irish golfer to withdraw from the Olympic Games in Rio over concerns about the Zika virus.
Former Open venue Muirfield announces it wants to hold a fresh ballot to decide whether to admit female members.
Arizona-based Scot Jimmy Gunn hopes a home crowd at the Scottish Open can spur him to qualification for The Open Championship.
Teenager Lydia Ko wins her 13th LPGA title and third of the season with a tournament-record score at the Arkansas Championship.
Open Championship organisers will offer a place at Troon to a player from next week's Barracuda Championship in Nevada.
The PGA Tour cancels next month's Greenbrier Classic as severe flooding throughout West Virginia has left the course unplayable.
Danny Willett misses the cut at the BMW International as Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Raphael Jacquelin and Henrik Stenson lead.
South Africa's Branden Grace joins Rory McIlroy in pulling out of this summer's Olympic Games because of fears around the Zika virus
Graeme McDowell will not play at the Rio Olympics because his wife is due to give birth shortly after the tournament.
Jason Day says he will decide with his family whether to compete at the Rio Olympics because of fears about the Zika virus.