Every year we pore over the results of golf’s biggest team competitions for clues to the perfect way to win. And it seems every year the trends change.
The press interview room at Carnoustie was like the galleries outside; shoulder-to-shoulder for two men, plenty of breathing space for the other. But although all three had an impressive morning in the rain, the “other” guy, Zach Johnson, came out on top.
Russell Knox thinks that the new influx of Scottish talent on the major golf tours will lift the country – and put smiles on everyone’s faces.
Reports from the USA had it that Turner Broadcasting Systems, who bankrolled the hyped “The Match” between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson needed 500,000 pay-per-view subscribers to break even.
Dunhill Links: Tommy Fleetwood’s hangover lasts only for ten holes as windy Dunhill keeps scores high
Exactly a year to the day he claimed his course record in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, Tommy Fleetwood returns to Carnoustie having ended his Ryder Cup hangover in abrupt fashion at Kingsbarns yesterday.
Down along the rolling terrain beside the 18th fairway at Royal Portrush, the rainstorm mercifully abated and Carol MacIntyre thought it might be a good time to get a wee snap of the Big Yellows, the famous scoreboards that sit atop the main grandstands flanking the green.
Russell Knox has got the Tiger love out of his system.
No sooner has Catriona Matthew got her young daughters into golf than she’s started to pinch their equipment.
Strip back everything to nothing but the golf, which has been the most entertaining and exciting major championship of 2019?
Scots Euan Walker and Sandy Scott have been named in the Great Britain and Ireland team to play the USA in the 47th Walker Cup at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake next month.