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Team look to defend their title by registering first ever victory on American soil

Stupples show highlights power of British women

Kent woman makes the running in Kraft Nabisco Championship

BBC resigned to losing Masters

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The pro golfer who introduced Tiger Woods to his wife Elin Nordegren says he owes her an apology for introducing the pair.

Harry Ritchie: Henry didn't handle the ball, he chanced his arm. They all do

A dive here, a blood capsule there... everyone cheats to some extent in sport. So thank goodness for the moral and ethical high ground that is golf

The Hacker: Level the playing field and you really see the determination

One of the great things about golf is the handicap system, which enables amateur players of different standards to compete against each other without it being a foregone conclusion.

Davies closes in on Sorenstam's record

Laura Davies will have the chance to become the leading points scorer in Solheim Cup history when Europe begin their biennial dust-up with America in Chicago today.

James Warren: US newspapers could do with a little British flair and energy

Little did immigration and customs officials at Heathrow realise that an endangered species had blithely arrived in their midst on his way to a family wedding in Cambridge: a devout American newspaper reader.

Wildcard for 19-year-old Wie

Michelle Wie was last night named as one of America’s two wildcards to face Europe in this month’s Solheim Cup. The 19-year old, who has yet to win a professional tournament, was given the news after a final-round 69 saw her finish 11th in the Ricoh Women’s British Open.

Matthew gives British game a shot in the arm

'Supermum' who gave birth 11 weeks ago becomes first Scottish woman to win major

Matthew puts sporting mums on map

Scot roars into three-shot lead 11 weeks after giving birth to daughter

Matthew sets course on fire after narrow escape

Scot who survived hotel blaze last week burns up links to take share of lead

Stanford on song despite howling gale

Majority of the field falters during vicious day on links but prayers pay off for American

Wiser Wie is on course to save the day

Maturing 19-year-old aims for Open win to give troubled women's game a vital boost
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