The USGA insists it has taken action to avoid confusion at Erin Hills, after last year’s rules controversy which clouded the final day of the US Open.
The BBC report appears to show that the powerful and invasive hacking technology, which was made by a Danish firm that was bought by BAE in 2011, was sold to Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, and Oman, as well as North African states Morocco and Algeria.
TOKYO Japan’s education ministry on Thursday it had found documents that could back up opposition parties’ suspicion that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe used his influence to unfairly help a friend set up a business.
MOGADISHU At least 19 people were killed when Islamist militants launched a car bomb and gun attack on a busy hotel and adjacent restaurant in the Somali capital, a police officer said on Thursday.
Phil Mickelson had a close eye on the weather and a private jet on standby as the 117th US Open got under way at Erin Hills on Thursday.
Dustin Johnson insists disrupted preparations for the US Open have not left him “behind the 8-ball” as he seeks to defy the odds and make a successful title defence.
Roger Federer’s return to action was halted at the first hurdle as 39-year-old Tommy Haas rallied from a set down to beat the Swiss great at the Mercedes Cup.
Andy Murray is “not expecting” to win Grand Slams into his mid-30s, despite the successes of Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal in 2017.
(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good evening. Here’s the latest. 1. Russia saw the biggest antigovernment protests in years as thousands of people gathered in dozens of cities to protest corruption and political stagnation.
French Open champion Rafael Nadal will sit out next week’s Aegon Championship at Queen’s Club.