The latest stories from the Golf section of the BBC Sport web site.
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Rory McIlroy hopes legal proceedings with a sports management agency can be sorted out quickly so that "everyone can move on with their lives".
Golfer Robert Allenby says police are continuing to investigate his claim that he was kidnapped, robbed and beaten in Hawaii.
Darren Clarke acknowledges that either he or Miguel Angel Jimenez will captain Europe in the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine.
Graeme McDowell says his motivation is to add some majors to his career tally before hanging up his clubs.
Tiger Woods admits it hurt to breathe after losing a tooth while watching girlfriend Lindsey Vonn in a ski race.
Royal Troon Golf Club plans to review its male-only membership policy ahead of hosting the 2016 Open Championship.
Martin Kaymer tells BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter why blowing a 10-stroke lead in Abu Dhabi will make him stronger.
Scotland's Marc Warren reckons he is nearing the top of his game after narrowly missing out on the Qatar Masters title.
South African Branden Grace wins the Qatar Masters in Doha by one shot from Scotsman Marc Warren.
Welsh golfers Jamie Donaldson and Amy Boulden could be poised to claim major successes in 2015, writes John Hopkins.
American golfer Dustin Johnson denies having a problem with cocaine after reports he was serving a drugs ban.