This week's sport on the BBC includes coverage of the Champions League, Europa League and the final day of rugby union's Premiership.
Jonas Blixt and Cameron Smith lead the New Orleans Classic team event by four shots at 19 under with one round remaining.
England's Ian Poulter will retain his PGA Tour card for the rest of this season after a change to the rules.
Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson, plus Jason Day and Rickie Fowler are among the high-profile pairings to miss the cut at the New Orleans Classic.
Americans Jordan Spieth and Ryan Palmer combined for a first-round 66 to share the lead in New Orleans.
Graeme McDowell is excited by his first look at the two new holes created at Royal Portrush, the Open venue for 2019.
Lexi Thompson breaks down in a media appearance before her first tournament since her rules breach in the ANA Inspiration.
Ballyclare golfer Gareth Maybin announces his retirement from the sport after struggling with a wrist injury.
Scottish Golf has introduced a funding and support package to ease the stress for amateur golfers as they turn professional.
Padraig Harrington says his relationship with Sergio Garcia is "the best it has ever been" after the duo resolved their differences.
Golf's rule-makers make changes to lessen the impact of video technology after Lexi Thompson's controversial ANA Inspiration loss.
St Andrews' Old Course 18th is voted Scotland's best hole in a poll of 3,000 golfers undertaken by Visit Scotland.
Olympic gold medallist Justin Rose will make his first Irish Open appearance in seven years when he competes at Portstewart in July.
England's Florentyna Parker wins a play-off to claim victory in the Mediterranean Ladies Open in Barcelona.
Tommy Fleetwood is denied a second European Tour title of 2017 as Bernd Wiesberger wins a play-off at the Shenzhen International.
England's Ross Fisher is tied third going into the final round of the Shenzhen International in China, four shots behind leader Bernd Wiesberger.
Ian Poulter says he will "come back stronger than ever" after losing his PGA Tour card having missed the cut at the Texas Open.
Scotland's Pamela Pretswell, who has never won an European Tour title, is one shot off the lead at the Mediterranean Ladies Open.
Scot Richie Ramsay lies fourth as Bernd Wiesberger goes four clear at the storm-interrupted Shenzhen International with a superb 65.
England's Ian Poulter is struggling to secure his playing status for the rest of the season after a poor first round at the Valero Texas Open.