BBC Sport - Golf
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Mel Reid plays on her own in the International Crown fourballs because of Charley Hull's illness - and only loses by one hole to Japan.
World number 309 Luke List and US Open champion Dustin Johnson remain tied for the lead after two days at the Canadian Open.
Britons Hannah Burke and Becky Morgan trail leader Gwladys Nocera by one shot after the first round of the Ladies Scottish Open.
Masters champion Danny Willett, US Open winner Dustin Johnson and Open champion Henrik Stenson are grouped together for the US PGA Championship.
The European Tour is set to trial a new six-hole competition featuring a shot clock, music and fewer clubs in an effort to attract younger players.
Last year's British Women's Open winner Inbee Park is ruled out of this year's tournament at Woburn with a thumb injury.
Catriona Matthew's "phenomenal" career would have given her a higher profile if she were male, suggests a golf administrator.
US Open champion Dustin Johnson and world number 309 Luke List share the first day lead at the Canadian Open.
England twice beat hosts United States to top pool B on day one of the UL International Crown in Chicago.
Scottish golfer Catriona Matthew is named as vice-captain of the 2017 European Solheim Cup team.
Tom Watson says Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson played better golf than he and Jack Nicklaus during their epic Open tussle.
Open champion Henrik Stenson says he may need another nine major titles before he can be compared to Sweden's iconic footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Tiger Woods withdraws from the US PGA, meaning he will miss all four majors in a calendar year for the first time since his Masters debut in 1995.
This week's sport on the BBC includes the London Anniversary Games, England v Pakistan Test cricket and the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Gareth Lord, Henrik Stenson's caddie, says he loved watching the Swede's Open triumph from "the best seat in the house".
Tyrrell Hatton, the highest-placed Englishman at The Open, says he is getting better at conquering his on-course emotions.
Henrik Stenson cards a joint-record eight-under-par 63 to win The Open by three shots after an enthralling final-round tussle with Phil Mickelson.
There was greatness in the air as Henrik Stenson produced a round for the ages to deny Phil Mickelson at The Open, writes Ben Dirs.
Andy 'Beef' Johnston says he was "speechless" after his reception at Troon during the Open, saying he will "remember the experience forever".
Open champion Henrik Stenson says knowing Phil Mickelson was not going to back down helped push him to win his first major.