11 October 2018
Brooks Koepka is PGA Tour player of the year
There are many things young golfers dream about doing - turning pro, playing at St Andrews and other famous courses, featuring in the Ryder Cup and winning majors. Brooks Koepka is a man who has...
08 October 2018
How Sergio Garcia became a Ryder Cup record breaker
In the aftermath of Europe's Ryder Cup triumph at Le Golf National, there was much contrasting talk about team spirit and togetherness.
For Europe, it was all about how well they had come together to upset the odds against the much-fancied...
01 October 2018
An unexpected but brilliant Ryder Cup win for Europe
From St Andrews to the Belfry, from Wentworth to Royal Lytham, golf clubs around the UK will have echoed to the rafters with the cheers of members and visitors as the TV pictures beamed across the...
27 September 2018
Tigermania at fever pitch as Europe face toughest Ryder Cup challenge
The Ryder Cup is almost upon us - and Tiger Woods is the name on everybody's lips as he stands out even in one of the most star-studded American teams ever assembled.
Woods may not have won multiple majors in the last couple of years...
11 September 2018
Completed US line-up has formidable look
The United States team for the Ryder Cup is now complete, following the decision by skipper Jim Furyk to name Tony Finau as his final captain's pick.
Finau joins Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau among the wildcards,...
05 September 2018
Europe's Ryder Cup team confirmed as Tiger joins US team
The European Ryder Cup line-up has been completed, with captain Thomas Bjorn naming his four wildcard picks on top of the eight qualifiers, while Tiger Woods has been named as one of US captain Jim Furyk's captain's picks.
30 August 2018
Bryson makes Ryder Cup bid as Furyk ponders wildcard picks
Bryson DeChambeau might not be a household name, but golf fans on both sides of the Atlantic may be about to see a lot more of him very soon.
He may not have won a recent major like Jordan Speith or Brooks Koepke, or indeed come close....
09 August 2018
The US PGA Championship - a return to American dominance?
The US PGA Championship at Bellerive, which starts today (August 9th), is the final major of the year. It is also one that will have plenty of edge to it with the Ryder Cup looming.
The dominance of the majors by American players over...
30 July 2018
Silver Sam gets ready for the big time
From St Andrews to Troon, from Gleneagles to Gullane, a myriad of amateur golfers starting out as youngsters hope to make the big time.
As in any sport, few of those who aspire to...
24 July 2018
How Francesco Molinari completed the Italian job at the Open
This year's Open Championship was one of the most exciting in years, with so many of the biggest names in the sport bringing their A-game to the event and threatening to take charge. At one stage, the atmosphere was close to fever pitch as the...
17 July 2018
Stone on a roll at the Scottish Open
South Africa may not have been able to celebrate a Wimbledon winner at the weekend, but at Gullane the flag of the 'Rainbow nation' was flying high. Brandon Stone won the Scottish Open with a course record 60 as he carded 20 under par for the...
21 June 2018
Peter Thompson - an Open legend
The Open golf championship has produced many great winners, but Australian Peter Thompson, who died this week aged 88, was one of the finest of them all, securing the prize no less than five times.
His success was unprecedented for an...
18 June 2018
US Open: Koepke joins exclusive club as Tommy Fleetwood just misses out
As ever, the run-up to a major championship sees a range of big names being given plenty of attention, especially if that name is Tiger. But once again, it was one of America's rising stars who took the biggest prize.
Brooks Koepke now...
07 June 2018
Sport's greatest meltdown remembered as Carnoustie Open looms
The return of the Open golf championship to Carnoustie will bring back quite a few memories, but none as vivid as the sight of a Frenchman stood barefoot in the waters of the Barry Burn, his hopes of glory sinking fast.
Such was the fate...
25 May 2018
Europe's Ryder Cup vice-captains
It has been known for some time that Thomas Bjorn will be the captain of the European Ryder Cup team with Robert Karlsson in tow, but it was only this week that he named his four remaining vice captains - Luke Donald, Padraig Harrington, Graeme McDowell...
14 May 2018
Super Simpson at Sawgrass as Webb weaves wonderful way to title
They call the Players' Championship the unofficial fifth major, and therefore it may be said that, yet again, one of the big-name American stars has come good on the grand stage.
Webb Simpson was the man who emerged triumphant this...
24 April 2018
Hazeltine - America's first two-time Ryder Cup venue
This year will see the Ryder Cup taking place in France for the first time as Europe play host to the United States at Le Golf National near Paris. But some people across the Atlantic are already looking forward to the 2020 edition - and beyond.
09 April 2018
Patrick Reed wins the Masters
The Masters has had many famous multiple winners down the years, from Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods to Nick Faldo. But for the third year running, the green jacket has been donned by a man winning his first major.
Patrick Reed, who had...
04 April 2018
All eyes on Tiger ahead of the Masters
The Masters in Augusta is always a big event for myriad reasons. The only one of the four golf majors to always be held in the same place, the characteristics of the course, its pine trees, greens and the emphasis on strong putting, are all as familiar...
20 March 2018
McIlroy back in winning form with perfect timing
From the average local course to St Andrews, anyone who has ever played golf to a decent standard knows all about good timing, and that sweet feeling when everything comes together and the ball...
06 March 2018
Can Phil Mickelson land a fourth Masters?
The huge levels of optimism in the US ahead of this year's Ryder Cup have been built on some young foundations, with the emergence of players like Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas in recent years providing a base around which the team can be built...
01 March 2018
Rory putting his puts first as he targets Masters glory
From St Andrews to Wentworth, Hazeltine to Le Golf National, players will face all kind of challenges to their skills around the course. But, ultimately, it is still all about getting that little...
22 February 2018
Bubba Watson's Masters aim
Few who saw Bubba Watson's remarkable victory at the US Masters in Augusta in 2012 can forget his extraordinary recovery shot in the play-off, hailed by some as perhaps the finest golf stroke in history.
Having hit an errant drive into...
14 February 2018
St Andrews to host 150th Open
Of all the golf courses in the world, there is no doubt that none are as famous as St Andrews, the home of the sport.
Arguments will rage about the toughest course, the best course, the most scenic and so on, but this...
07 February 2018
Mixed doubles for golf?
For many years, the issue of women in golf has been a contentious one as a handful of prominent clubs have remained stubbornly male-only. One by one, these chauvinistic bastions have fallen, but could golf now be set for a major new step towards equality?
31 January 2018
Only Li way between McIlroy and triumph
The returns to competitive action of Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods have been two of the major talking points of the new golfing year, but a new star on the rise has stolen some of the thunder.
McIlroy's strong performance...
25 January 2018
Ryder Cup 2018: Europe's cautious optimism
In an age when Brexit dominates the headlines, there aren't many things that can unite Europe. Golf, however, is one of them.
While politicians on the continent have to deal with Donald Trump, the approach of the 2018 Ryder Cup at...
19 January 2018
Child's play as McIlroy begins comeback
It was definitely kid's stuff as Rory McIlroy began his golfing year - but things are going to get a lot tougher for the Northern Irishman as he prepares to take on some huge challenges.
There is no doubt 2017 was a rough time for...
08 December 2017
Tiger on the comeback trail
It was only a couple of months ago that Rory McIlroy was speaking about Tiger Woods as if his career was at an end.
For months, one of the greatest legends in the history of the sport had been undergoing an extensive rehab regime after...
28 November 2017
Fleetwood's max enough to secure Race to Dubai
European golf has had a curious 2016-17 season, with Sergio Garcia being the only major winner and Rory McIlroy struggling for form and fitness, but it has finished with a thrilling battle to win...
15 November 2017
Introducing France's Ryder Cup venue
With less than a year to go until the Ryder Cup tees off, plenty of attention is being focused on the players, with the United States promising to send one of the strongest squads to cross the Atlantic for many years and Europe hoping in the manner...
02 November 2017
Paul Casey plans European comeback
With less than a year to go until the next Ryder Cup, the US are the hot favourites, and Europe is left hoping the cavalry arrives to rescue them.
Some of those hopes will fall on Rory Mcilroy, who is resting up for the remainder of 2017 in...
31 October 2017
Sergio Garcia makes 2017 a fun year
This year has been a superb one for some golfers - particularly youthful Americans - and a bad one for others, such as Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods. But it is hard to argue that anyone has had more fun than Sergio Garcia.
On one level,...