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  1. Top Amateur Picks College Over L.P.G.A. Qualifying School Sports, Yesterday

    Hannah O’Sullivan, the world’s No. 2 female amateur, has decided to attend Duke instead of pursuing professional golf full time.

  2. The L.P.G.A. Tour and Donald Trump: It’s Complicated Sports, March 28

    The picture that L.P.G.A. golfers paint of the president as a respectful supporter of women stands in contrast to his record of speaking about women in degrading terms, our columnist writes.

  3. Roger Federer Moves to Fourth Round in Miami Open Sports, March 28

    Federer never lost serve as he beat Juan Martín del Potro, 6-3, 6-4. Federer plays again Tuesday against 14th-seeded Roberto Bautista Agut.

  4. Andorra Ends 11 Years of Losses, With a Tie Sports, March 25

    Andorra had lost 58 straight competitive games before its 0-0 draw with the Faroe Islands in a World Cup qualifier.

  5. Jason Day Withdraws From World Golf Championships Event, Citing Mother’s Illness Sports, March 22

    The defending champion at the match-play competition in Austin, Tex., Day pulled out after six holes, saying he was unable to concentrate because of the lung cancer his mother was fighting.

  6. Golf Venue for 2020 Tokyo Games Lifts Restrictions on Women Sports, March 20

    Olympic officials had vowed to move the 2020 competition if the club did not change its exclusionary membership policies.

  7. Marc Leishman Wins Arnold Palmer Invitational by a Stroke Sports, March 19

    With a 52-foot eagle putt on the 16th hole and a clutch par on the 18th, Leishman picked up his second tour victory, edging Kevin Kisner and Charley Hoffman with an 11-under 277.

  8. Was Trump Golfing? White House Shrouds Time at His Clubs in Mystery U.S., March 19

    After President Trump criticized his predecessor for golfing, the administration has provided few details about the time Mr. Trump spends at his clubs.

  9. Letters to the Editor Sports, March 18

    Readers weigh in on women finally being allowed to join the world’s oldest golf club, and other issues in sports.

  10. Golfers Miss Arnold Palmer, but Miss His Tournament? Not a Chance Sports, March 15

    Players including Jason Day, last year’s champion, are using the event at Bay Hill to celebrate the life of Palmer, who died in September.

  11. Muirfield’s Mulligan, Allowing Female Members, Is a Grudging Blow to Bigotry Sports, March 14

    The exclusive Scottish club, established in 1744, may have chosen pragmatism over progress: Had it not voted to do so, it would be taken out of the rotation to host the British Open.

  12. At Muirfield, the World’s Oldest Golf Club, Women Can Join. Finally. Sports, March 14

    The 273-year-old club in Scotland was one of the last remaining holdouts against female membership.

  13. Trump’s Golf Empire Raises Questions Video, March 10

    The president is certainly not the first in the White House to golf, but he is the first to own a collection of golf courses, which some critics say is a conflict of interest.

  14. With Trump in White House, His Golf Properties Prosper U.S., March 9

    “I think our brand is the hottest it has ever been,” said Eric Trump, who oversees the company’s courses. Critics say the Oval Office should not be a global advertising platform.

  15. Masters Favorite? Dustin Johnson, With Plenty of Competition Sports, March 6

    With his victory in the World Golf Championships event in Mexico, Johnson emerged with the slight edge, but there are many top challengers.

  16. Simon Hobday, Offbeat U.S. Senior Open Champion, Dies at 76 Sports, March 6

    Hobday, a leading player on the African and European pro golf tours, won five senior events in the United States, including the Open in 1994.

  17. Dustin Johnson Wins His First Tournament After Ascending to No. 1 Sports, March 5

    Johnson was the sixth golfer to accomplish the feat, deflecting the extra attention to beat Tommy Fleetwood by one stroke.

  18. Hole in One Helps Justin Thomas Claim Lead at World Golf Championships Event Sports, March 4

    Thomas aced the 239-yard, par-3 13th hole in Mexico and held a one-stroke lead over Dustin Johnson headed into Sunday’s final round.

  19. North Carolina Survives in a Shootout With Duke Sports, March 4

    Joel Berry II scored 28 points for the Tar Heels during a seesaw game in which there were 24 lead changes and 14 ties.

  20. The No. 1 Ranking in Golf: What Does It Mean to the Players? Sports, March 4

    Since Rory McIlroy ascended to No. 1 for the first time five years ago this weekend, the top ranking has exchanged hands 19 times among seven players.

  21. Phil Mickelson Plucks a Substitute Caddie From the Family Tree Sports, March 3

    Mickelson called on his younger brother, Tim, when his longtime caddie, Jim Mackay, fell ill after 12 holes at the World Golf Championships event in Mexico.

  22. Healing Rory McIlroy, and Others, Start Fast in Mexico Sports, March 2

    McIlroy, who broke a rib in January and missed four tournaments, carded a 68 and was one stroke off the lead during the first round of a World Golf Championships event.

  23. The Simple Game of Golf Tries to Simplify Its Rules Sports, March 1

    The sport’s governing bodies are taking a crazy quilt of regulations and boiling them down to a maxim: Use common sense.

  24. As Game Goes Global, Mexico Welcomes the World Golf Championships Sports, March 1

    Florida’s Doral, now owned by President Trump, lost an event that attracts elite golfers to Club de Golf Chapultepec, just outside Mexico City.

  25. Golf Unveils New, Simplified Rules Sports, March 1

    The Royal & Ancient Golf Club and the U.S. Golf Association spent more than five years trying to modernize the Rules of Golf.