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It’s really rough at the US Open

Precision and patience will be at a premium at Oakmont, where dense and menacing rough will challenge the world’s best golfers at the 116th US Open.

A rivalry golf has been waiting for

Even though Jordan Spieth denies it is a goal, the game is getting more exciting for his chase of Rory McIlroy.

Fowler relishes battle with Rory

With McIlroy and Fowler both aged 25 and displaying a swashbuckling style, they are regarded as a duo who could influence a generation of golfers.

Daveyton Golf Club’s rabbits are out of tricks

The decline of the East Rand township's once-proud golf club has tracked the vanishing hopes of its members.

A major fuss but McIlroy stays in the moment

Rory McIlroy will have to manage expectations as well as his golf game as he heads into the US PGA Championship after back-to-back wins.

Bela-Bela’s unlikely golfers are found in unexpected places

The golf course of Bela Bela is popular with previously disadvantaged players.

Michelle Wie finally wins first Major

After being hyped to stardom even before she turned pro at the age of 15 in 2005, Michelle Wie won a long awaited Major title at the US Women's Open.

Scott eyes Tiger’s top spot at US Masters

The absence of Tiger Woods from this US Masters in Augusta, Georgia, is an opportunity for Adam Scott to claim top spot in the world rankings.

Ernie Els withdraws from next two European tour events

The former world number one golfer has elected to spend the time with his family as part of a plan to cut back on his touring schedule this year.

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