Golf's ruling bodies announce that anchoring of putters will be banned from competition from January 2016.
The relationship between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia remains tense as both players refuse to end their spat.
Europe captain Paul McGinley will have three wildcard picks for next year's Ryder Cup against USA at Gleneagles.
Wentworth's PGA Championship is one of the European Tour's few chances to be in the limelight, says golf correspondent Iain Carter
Tiger Woods's win in The Players Championship suggests he is back to his best and ready to win another major, says Iain Carter
Brian Davis qualifies for the Open Championship at Muirfield but Trevor Immelman and Davis Love III miss out.
Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell beats Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee 2&1 to win the World Match Play Championship in Bulgaria.
A Northern Ireland team will not participate at this year's World Cup in Melbourne, the European Tour has said.
Graeme McDowell reaches the World Match Play Championship semi-finals by beating defending champion Nicolas Colsaerts.
Ian Poulter describes his performance as "disgusting" after being eliminated from the World Match Play Championship.
England's Ian Poulter loses his opening group game at the World Match Play Championship in Bulgaria.
Tigers Woods secures his fourth win of 2013 with a two-shot victory at The Players Championship at Sawgrass.
Sergio Garcia and Tiger Woods row on day three of The Players Championship, which cannot be completed because of storms.
Former world number one Vijay Singh is suing the PGA Tour for suspending him after he admitted using deer antler spray.
Graeme McDowell wants to represent Ireland at the World Cup, even if it affects his 2016 Olympics decision.
England's David Lynn is beaten by American PGA Tour rookie Derek Ernst in a play-off at the Wells Fargo Championship.
Chinese 12-year-old Ye Woheng shoots a second successive round of 79 to miss the cut at the China Open.
Features & Analysis
Colin Montgomerie deserves his place in the World Golf Hall of Fame, despite not winning a major, writes Iain Carter.
A week on from defending the historical single sex issue at clubs that host the Open, the R&A unveils its progressive side
Golfer Cheyenne Woods speaks to BBC Sport about stepping out of her famous uncle's shadow.
The boss of the R&A accepts there is growing pressure to bring an end to all-male clubs, writes golf correspondent Iain Carter
For all the magic on the course, the rule-makers were pivotal at the 2013 Masters, writes Radio 5 live's Iain Carter
Australian Adam Scott fulfils his potential by winning the Masters in Augusta, says BBC Sport's Rob Hodgetts