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.
As American golf legend Jack Nicklaus celebrates his 75th birthday, relive his 18th major win at the 1986 Masters in Augusta.
Australian Robert Allenby pulls out of the Humana Challenge event after apparently being kidnapped and assaulted in Hawaii.
Tiger Woods loses a tooth after being hit in the face by a camera while watching girlfriend Lindsey Vonn win a World Cup ski race.
Golf's leaders are warned that they must not squander the opportunity of Rio 2016 to broaden the appeal of the sport.
American Jimmy Walker successfully defends his Sony Open title with a nine-shot victory at the Waialae Country Club.
Gary Stal, ranked 357th in the world, claims his first European Tour title in Abu Dhabi as Martin Kaymer falls behind.
Defending champion Jimmy Walker is two shots ahead after the penultimate round of the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Australian golfer Robert Allenby says he was kidnapped from a bar in Hawaii, robbed and beaten, before being dumped in a park.
Rory McIlroy is eight shots behind leader Martin Kaymer after the penultimate round of the Abu Dhabi Championship.
The 2015 season promises to be a special year for major championship venues, says BBC Sport columnist Graeme McDowell.
First-round leader Paul Casey falls four shots behind Webb Simpson, Matt Kuchar and Justin Thomas at Sony Open.
World number one Rory McIlroy records his first professional hole-in-one on day two of the Abu Dhabi Championship.
Rory McIlroy makes his first professional hole-in-one and is two behind leader Martin Kaymer after day two in Abu Dhabi.
England's Paul Casey shoots a opening round of 62 to share the lead at the PGA Tour's Sony Open in Hawaii.
Wales's Jamie Donaldson wins the European Tour's shot of the year award for his Ryder Cup-winning wedge.
World number one Rory McIlroy is three shots off the lead after round one of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.