The British golfer said he was targeting "the haters" and "girly boy trolls" after becoming tired of incessant abusive messages on Twitter.
Maria Miller has raised concerns with BBC chiefs over John Inverdale's comments regarding Wimbledon winner Marion Bartoli's appearance.
Justin Rose has told ITV News that victory for him at next week's Open at Muirfield would cap a spectacular summer for British sport.
Wow @justinrose99 has won the US Open. Thrilled for him! Sports personality of the year?
English golfer Justin Rose has captured his first major championship after winning the US Open at Merrion.
Adam Scott ended decades of Australian disappointment when he became the first player from his country to win the Masters with a gripping playoff victory over Angel Cabrera at a rain-soaked Augusta National.
Scott sealed the win with a 15-foot birdie putt on the second extra hole, the par-four 10th, moments after Argentine Cabrera had narrowly missed his attempt from 18 feet.
China's teenage golf sensation Guan Tianlang incurred the wrath of Masters officials on Friday, receiving a rare penalty that almost ended his amazing debut in the year's opening major.
Rules officials imposed a one-stroke penalty on the 14-year-old for playing too slowly during his second round at Augusta National, but he survived to make the cut and seal the award for the best amateur player.
Chinese schoolboy Guan Tianlang, the youngest player in Masters history, carded a first round of 73 today to lead the contest to finish top amateur at Augusta National.
The 14-year-old recorded three bogeys and one birdie in a front nine of 38 but came back in 35 with two bogeys and three birdies, the last coming from just off the green on the 18th.
"I was a little bit nervous on the first tee but after a great tee shot on the third everything felt comfortable," said Guan, who played nine holes of practice with Tiger Woods earlier this week.
"I just want to enjoy the tournament and have some fun and hopefully play some good shots."
US professional golfer Bubba Watson has apparently collaborated with sports clothing firm Oakley to build a hovercraft golf cart.
In a video posted online, the US Open winner can be seen cruising around a golf course in the hovercraft and even floating over the surface of a pond.
A pundit, identified as hovercraft expert Chris Fitzgerald, explains how the pressure exerted by the cart is 33 times less than a human foot, making it perfect for putting greens.
The fact that the video was uploaded a day after April Fools' Day has aroused some suspicion, but USA Today insists it is genuine.
A 12-year-old Chinese schoolboy has become the youngest player to qualify for a European Tour event.
Despite a late wobble in the Western China qualifier, Ye Wocheng defied his age and experience to grab his place at the Volvo China Open which starts on May 2.
The amateur golfer, who lives in the industrial city of Dongguan in Guangdong Province, had his father caddying him as he broke the record of compatriot Guan Tianlang, who competed at the tour last year at the age of 13.
Four US golfers have swapped their irons for gold bling in an effort to raise money for charity.
The winner of last year's US Masters, Bubba Watson, has teamed up with fellow pro golfers Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan to make a spoof hip hop video.
The self-styled 'Golf Boys' are aiming to repeat the success of their 2011 single 'Oh Oh Oh' which was viewed almost six million times on You Tube.
"We are in a truly unique era," Crane told the PGA Tour's official website. "I love that we can goof off on YouTube and help people across the world. I'm all in for that."