We’ve all been beguiled by it - for many it’s what first drew us to the game of golf.
Nothing could live up to the hype of the 2018 Masters. But that didn’t stop everyone trying.
Play came to a halt in the darkness at the Scottish Boys Open Championship at Montrose on Thursday with the title chase delicately poised and four players sharing the lead.
Survival of the fittest and bravest was the order of a brutal day for the opening rounds of the Scottish Boys’ and Girls’ Open Strokeplay Championships with wintry rain and sleet lashing the Angus coast for both venues.
Golf club members are being given a dream chance to tee it up at Carnoustie only hours before the world’s leading golfers gather for The 147th Open in July.
Watching golf on television has never really been Paul Lawrie’s thing – until the last couple of weeks, that is.
Qualification will be a tall order, but Carly Booth has two Gleneagles dates circled in red on her calendars for this year and next.
Okay, this is going to be something of a departure from recent editions of T2G. About as opposite as you can imagine, in fact.
The inaugural European Golf Team Championships at Gleneagles this summer will be a ground breaking event involving mixed teams of players from the men’s and women’s European Tours with equal prizemoney.
I must be the only person in golf who is actually happy that we have to take a pause this week from the newest contender for The Greatest Golf Story Ever told.