Shane Lowry admitted he was "bitterly disappointed" to miss out on a first major title after squandering a four-shot lead in the final round of the US Open.
Walker Cup star Grant Forrest leads a strong field for this weekend’s Battle Trophy at Crail Golfing Society, the third counting event in the Scottish Amateur Order of Merit season.
Vietnam veteran’s St Andrews legacy – ‘Trust me, I’m never going to be in the hall of fame for golf!’
In an exclusive interview, a double amputee Vietnam War veteran, who was this week inducted into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER how special golfing trips to St Andrews have the potential to save wounded soldiers’ lives.
Paul Lawrie’s golf business interests are bourgeoning but the 1999 Open champion’s not quite ready to turn the clubs in from competitive golf just yet.
Danny Willett hailed a "ridiculously awesome" 12 days in his life after claiming his first major title with a dramatic victory in the 80th Masters.
Eric McIntosh may not have been heralded as the next big thing in Scottish golf when he arrived in the North East for the Scottish Boys Championship, but there was no questioning his merit as champion.
The high watermark of the football season is near and for clubs in the area high tide is lapping, with its flotsam and jetsam.
Rory McIlroy set the clubhouse target on a windswept second day of the Masters at Augusta, as defending champion Jordan Spieth battled to maintain his lead and his composure.
Defending champion Jordan Spieth assumed his customary position on top of the leaderboard with a brilliant 66 as the 80th Masters got under way at Augusta National.
John Paterson, schooled in golf at least in the home of the game, stands in the way of Michael Lawrie this morning at the Scottish Boys Championship at Murcar Links.