Paul Lawrie has a pretty simple target for his first Senior Open Championship this week – win the thing.
Edoardo Molinari will be in either of two picturesque if very different seaside ports next week – Portrush or Portofino.
Royal Portrush wanted glory and Rory, it got just rain and pain. But the opening day of the 148th Open did provide a foundation for what could be a championship worthy of the setting on its return to Northern Ireland.
Europe’s Solheim Cup advantage is the home soil of Gleneagles, and perhaps the cool of a late summer Scottish morning as today’s foursomes get underway on the PGA Centenary Course.
Michael Alexander looks back on 35 consecutive years of Alfred Dunhill golf events in St Andrews.
He quite properly got a heroes’ welcome for a heroic effort when he came up the 18th as the clock ticked past 8pm. But there was to be no happy ending to the saga for Rory McIlroy at Royal Portrush.
Matt Wallace isn’t exactly impatient, but the new English threat is putting everything in place to take the next step.
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.
As the whole world knows, the Open Championship returns to Royal Portrush this week after a gap of more than 60 years.
George Burns used to be Robert MacIntyre’s foursomes partner in Under-16 golf, but while the University of St Andrews graduate has been watching Scotland’s new star make his way on the European Tour, he’s happy to have taken more time before giving golf his full attention.