Bernard Gallacher set for rare return at Tomatin

18 April 2014 10.31am.

Former Ryder Cup captain Bernard Gallacher will make a rare return to the Tartan Tour this year as one of nearly 300 golfers teeing up for the Tomatin Homecoming Single Malt Pro-Am in September.

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Westwood makes fine start

17 April 2014 8.00am.

Ryder Cup team-mates Lee Westwood and Nicolas Colsaerts rediscovered top form to set the pace in the first round of the weather-affected Maybank Malaysian Open on Thursday.

  • Westwood seeking to rebound

    16 April 2014 2.02pm.

    Lee Westwood will look to shake off the disappointment of another missed major opportunity - not to mention the jet-lag - in an event which provided one of his earliest professional victories.

  • Trish Johnson victorious in Paul Lawrie Ladies Tartan Tour opener

    16 April 2014 12.51pm.

    Trish Johnson, from Wiltshire, scored the 23rd win of her pro golf career over the Torrance Course at Fairmont St Andrews.

  • Watson sets sights on Ryder Cup

    15 April 2014 7.00am.

    Bubba Watson joined Tom Watson in becoming a two-time Masters champion with his impressive victory at Augusta National on Sunday.

  • Watson targets Gleneagles glory

    14 April 2014 5.00pm.

    Bubba Watson believes he will cope with his second spell as Masters champion far better than he did the first as he sets his sights on a Ryder Cup victory at Gleneagles in September.

  • Porteous turns professional

    14 April 2014 3.00pm.

    British Amateur champion Garrick Porteous has turned professional following his appearance in the Masters last week.

  • Scottish Boys Championship: Putter woes see Ben Kinsley lose out

    14 April 2014 9.38am.

    Ben Kinsley’s putter went cold just when he needed it to stay hot in the chill West Kilbride winds allowing Ewen Ferguson to complete a remarkable double at the Scottish Boys Championship on Saturday.

  • Watson humble after Augusta glory

    14 April 2014 9.00am.

    Bubba Watson was quick to play down his achievement of winning a second Masters title in three years as Jordan Spieth declared himself ready to taste major success.

  • Watson wins second Masters title

    14 April 2014 1.00am.

    American Bubba Watson claimed his second Masters title in three years on Sunday as the weight of history finally proved too much for Jordan Spieth.

  • Spieth on course to win Masters

    13 April 2014 10.01pm.

    A flash of inspiration kept Jordan Spieth on course to become the youngest Masters champion ever on Sunday, as Europe's challenge for the green jacket faded.

  • Gallacher embraces retail therapy

    13 April 2014 9.00pm.

    Stephen Gallacher's credit card took a major hit at the 78th Masters, but the Scot still relished his first experience of Augusta National.

  • Masters set for dramatic finale

    13 April 2014 9.00pm.

    Joost Luiten finished his final round of the 78th Masters as the leaders set off, but the Ryder Cup hopeful's superb 67 suggested an exciting finale was in store at Augusta National.

  • Langer rolls back the years

    13 April 2014 7.00pm.

    Bernhard Langer's unlikely bid to become golf's oldest major champion kickstarted the final round of the 78th Masters at Augusta National on Sunday.

  • Masters set for dramatic final day

    12 April 2014 10.00pm.

    Augusta National could witness its youngest ever winner or the oldest winner of any major championship on Sunday after a misfiring Bubba Watson threw the 78th Masters wide open.

  • Jimenez makes his move

    12 April 2014 9.00pm.

    Miguel Angel Jimenez set the early clubhouse target with a superb 66 in the third round of the 78th Masters at Augusta National on Saturday.

  • McIlroy outscored by Knox

    12 April 2014 8.01pm.

    Rory McIlroy suffered the embarrassment of being outscored by his marker in the third round of the Masters at Augusta National on Saturday.

  • McIlroy continues to struggle

    12 April 2014 7.00pm.

    Rory McIlroy failed to find the "something phenomenal" he needed on Saturday to keep his faint hopes of winning the Masters alive at Augusta National.

  • Scottish Boys Championship: Key putts help book Kinsley a place in final

    12 April 2014 10.46am.

    St Andrews’ Ben Kinsley finally made the big step into the Scottish Boys’ Championship final at the third attempt and will today aim to be the first player from the Home of Golf in half a century to win the title.

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