It’s got so bad it’s expected now. The only question is, how exactly will the USGA muck up the US Open this year?
A dramatic three-shot swing on the Old Course’s renowned 14th hole turned the tide of the St Andrews Links Trophy in favour of England international Jake Burnage.
Scot Stuart Easton tamed the Jubilee Course by refusing to be tempted to take it on as the best amateurs in Europe took apart the toughest course in St Andrews on the first day of the Links Trophy.
The Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open is a cornerstone of the European Tour, and to mix metaphors, also a crown jewel.
No sooner has Catriona Matthew got her young daughters into golf than she’s started to pinch their equipment.
Justin Thomas feels that the top players won’t boycott the US Open but that they “don’t have to hold back anymore” if the championship gets out of hand again at Pebble Beach next month.
The 140-year history of Ladybank Golf Club is explored in a new book – and it’s teed up more than a few surprises. Michael Alexander found out more.
If anything, the little wobble Brooks Koepka endured in his procession to the PGA Championship title is going to make him all the more formidable.
Robert MacIntyre’s brilliant finish in the Betfred British Masters proves that he’s ready to take the next step, believes tournament host and Ryder Cup hero Tommy Fleetwood.
The rather unloved, sometimes even largely unnoticed PGA Championship has moved to May, and regular T2G readers will know we think this is an all-round good thing.