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Tokyo 2020: Olympic golf venue votes to admit women as full members

The Kasumigaseki Country Club will host the Tokyo 2020 golf event after bringing its rules in line with the Olympic charter



The Tokyo 2020 Olympic golf venue has voted to admit women as full members.

The Kasumigaseki Country Club risked being stripped of the event if it did not change its membership policy, after being warned by the International Olympic Committee earlier this month.

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Arnold Palmer Invitational: Tiger Woods out with back injury & Masters doubt

Woods' last major championship win was the US Open in 2008



Tiger Woods is a doubt for the Masters after pulling out of next week's Arnold Palmer Invitational, saying he has "no timetable" for his return.

The 14-time major winner has been suffering with back problems and has not played since he withdrew from the Dubai Desert Classic on 3 February.

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Tiger Woods withdraws from two tournaments with 'ongoing back spasms'

Woods is ranked 674th in the world




Fourteen-time major winner Tiger Woods has withdrawn from next week's Genesis Open and the Honda Classic on 23 February with "ongoing back spasms".

The American, 41, pulled out of this month's Dubai Desert Classic before the second round with the injury.

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Tiger Woods: Injuries and operations mean I'll never feel great

Tiger Woods' last major championship win was the US Open in 2008



Fourteen-time major winner Tiger Woods says he will "never feel great" again because of the number of injuries suffered during his career.

Woods, 41, pulled out of the Dubai Desert Classic before the second round this month because of a back spasm.

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Ryder Cup 2018: US captain Jim Furyk to make final wildcard pick earlier

Ryan Moore's win over Lee Westwood sealed the Ryder Cup for the United States at Hazeltine




US Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk says his final wildcard pick for the 2018 event will be chosen earlier than in 2016.

Last year, final pick Ryan Moore was chosen only five days before the biennial matchplay competition started.

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