Russell Knox had his worst possible day on Tuesday and left Royal Portrush bereft that he’d lost his swing just two days before the Open Championship.
David Duval felt that “if things fell in line” he could possibly finish with a top 20 at the Open Championship. It didn’t quite work out that way.
Paul Lawrie’s perspective on the life-changing hour and a half that made him an Open champion twenty years ago has mellowed with the years, but the memory of it remains fresh.
The boy’s been taken out of Oban, but can Oban be taken out of the boy? It seems unlikely as Robert MacIntyre appears to be unfazed even by his exalted company in the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open this week.
Who is the most-wanted draw on the European Tour right now? You’d have to go some to beat Grant Forrest over the last three rounds.
New mum Pamela Pretswell Asher knuckles down after nightmare start to her return to competitive golf
Contemplating a second shot out of a bunker at her first competitive hole of golf for 20 months, Pamela Pretswell Asher was thinking “maybe I should just pick up….”
Richie Ramsay kept coming back to the tournament director’s office at the Betfred British Masters, just to put his mind at rest.
Juli Inkster, the three-time US Solheim Cup captain and seven-time major championship winner, is a treasure of golf, not just of the native country of which she is so proud.
St Andrews’ Paul Ellison will take part in a history-making event at Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open this morning when he plays in the first of the European Tour’s new partnership with the European Disability Golfer’s Association (EDGA).
The Open at Portrush will attract the second-biggest crowd in the championship’s history with 237,750 attending, and the R&A are “respectful guests” of them and the Northern Irish town, said chief executive Martin Slumbers.