Angus Council has signalled its official opposition to a compulsory purchase bid for part of Carnoustie’s world famous links to route an underground power cable from a multi-billion pound offshore windfarm.
The 140-year history of Ladybank Golf Club is explored in a new book – and it’s teed up more than a few surprises. Michael Alexander found out more.
The world’s fourth oldest golf club has forged a historic new link ahead of a milestone anniversary on the horizon.
Francesco Molinari admits he has achieved his golfing dreams by winning the Open and performing Ryder Cup heroics, but remains hungry for more success.
Council economic development chiefs have thrown their weight behind a planned £70 million Angus golf resort with the hope it will be a valuable addition to the area’s money-spinning tourism offering.
Carnoustie could attract and handle a total crowd of 200,000 in future Open Championships, believes R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers, giving a clear indication that the Angus course remains firmly in their plans.
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Local community groups and projects are set to benefit from the £100,000 fund from the 147th Open at Carnoustie in July.
A Spanish visitor who came to Angus to cheer on a friend in July’s Open Golf Championship spent the entire tournament in police cells and has been hit with a whopping £17,000 bill after driving into a minibus on the wrong side of the road.
Legendary St Andrews caddie’s links with Arnold Palmer and Tony Lema celebrated by golf shop during Senior Open
Legendary St Andrews born and bred golf caddie James “Tip” Anderson, who helped American stars Arnold Palmer and Tony Lema to win three Open Championships between them, is being remembered by one of the town’s golf shops during the staging of the Senior Open this week.