September 21, 2014 -- Updated 2155 GMT (0555 HKT)
Europe's Ryder Cup selections endure largely disappointing finishes to the final build-up tournament before the biennial clash gets underway later this week as Dutchman Joost Luiten wins the Wales Open Sunday.
Another landmark decision is made on the day Scotland decides on independence as the Royal & Ancient Golf Club votes in favor of female membership, breaking a 260-year tradition.
After a hole-in-one at the KLM Open in Amsterdam, golfer Andy Sullivan has won a prize that is truly out of this world.
Billy Horschel is $11.4m richer after getting the better of world number one Rory McIlroy and fellow American Jim Furyk to win the Tour Championship Sunday and clinch the FedEx Cup.
Historic Scots vote
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club has voted to allow female members to join for the first time.