1. Carol Mann, Golf Star and L.P.G.A. Leader, Is Dead at 77 Obits, Yesterday

    One of the leading female golfers of the 1960s and ’70s, she later became president of the Ladies Professional Golf Association.

  2. Gunman at Trump Doral Golf Club in Florida Is Shot by the Police National, May 18

    An armed man ranting against President Trump opened fire on officers early Friday in South Florida before he was wounded and apprehended, the police said.

  3. Could a Colonial-Era Golf Club Solve Hong Kong’s Housing Woes? Foreign, May 17

    Affordable housing advocates say Hong Kong needs the land that golf clubs use. But others say the city needs its golf courses to attract those who make the city a global financial hub.

  4. U.S.G.A.’s Long Relationship With Shinnecock Indians Frays Ahead of U.S. Open Sports, May 16

    The two sides collaborated whenever the event came to Shinnecock Hills, near the tribe’s land, in the past. But this year, money is apparently at the heart of a disagreement.

  5. Doug Ford, Oldest Masters Champion, Dies at 95 Obits, May 15

    A top golfer in the 1950s who had honed his game in the Bronx, he won at Augusta in 1957 after taking the P.G.A. Championship two years earlier.

  6. Tiger Woods Makes a Charge, but Webb Simpson Keeps Control at the Players Championship Sports, May 13

    Simpson’s 18-under 270 tied for lowest winner’s total since Greg Norman’s record 264 in 1994.

  7. Tiger Woods Climbs Leaderboard With a 65 at the Players Championship Sports, May 12

    Woods recorded the best round of this year’s comeback from his latest back surgery and his lowest score ever in the Players Championship.

  8. Webb Simpson, With a Record 63, Takes Over the Players Championship Sports, May 11

    Simpson became the seventh player ever to shoot a 63 at the tournament, and he tied the 36-hole record, too. His 15-under 129 sent him into the weekend with a five-stroke lead.

  9. Dustin Johnson Shoots 66, Joining a Crowd in the Players Championship Lead Sports, May 10

    Fighting to hold on to his world No. 1 ranking, Johnson opened with his strongest round ever at the Players, which has routinely vexed him.

  10. 5 Black Women Were Told to Golf Faster. Then the Club Called the Police. Express, April 25

    A confrontation caught on video at a Pennsylvania golf course echoed other recent racially charged incidents involving businesses, black customers and the police.