Before we address the dark issues emanating from Shinnecock Hills at the weekend, let’s spend a little time in the light.
Bernhard Langer believes he can claim a record fourth Senior Open title at St Andrews this July because he’s a better player at 60 than he was when he had to give best to Severiano Ballesteros on the Old Course 34 years ago.
Film star turned director and presenter Jason Connery hopes that a new television series pilot he is co-presenting will make “golfing widows” realise there’s more to St Andrews than just golf.
Sandy Lyle has been given the honour of starting his final Open Championship while Tiger Woods has an unusual late time to begin his challenge and will partner home hope Russell Knox in the first two rounds at Carnoustie.
It’s not over, believes Rory McIlroy, and no-one in the rest of the field cares that it’s him atop the leaderboard after two rounds at the BMW PGA Championship with a commanding three-shot lead while not playing quite as well as he might.
Unlike most recent years, there seems to have been little intrigue and debate about Thomas Bjorn’s wildcard selections for the Ryder Cup, which he announces tomorrow.
Oliver Fisher's 59 will always be part of history as the first to be shot on the European Tour but while it's a milestone, in today's golfing world it's become more of a pebble than a boulder.
The “underdog” girls from Great Britain are into the semi-finals of the European Team Championship at Gleneagles as all three men’s teams crashed out on a day of soggy confusion on the PGA Centenary Course.
Nothing could live up to the hype of the 2018 Masters. But that didn’t stop everyone trying.
Scotland may be the “home of golf”, yet that’s not stopping the sport from losing golf club members at a worrying rate. Michael Alexander reports.