Open champion Shane Lowry is targeting a Ryder Cup debut after finding himself part of a group of players he used to curse.
Graeme McDowell admits “facing the demons of mortality” got his career back on track in time to realise his ambition of playing in the Open in his home town of Portrush.
Tiger Woods did little to allay fears he will be underprepared for the Open Championship after revealing how he has spent his time since his last competitive start in the US Open a month ago.
The partners of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open make much play of their attachment to links as an attraction to top players looking for a seaside tune-up ahead of the Open, but the message seems to be getting mixed.
Eddie Pepperell will be disappointed not to claim the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open title to add to a case of wine he won this week, despite only just returning from injury.
Padraig Harrington has always been a tinkerer, and the Irishman’s been true to form with his first major Ryder Cup captaincy decision to reduce the number of Team Europe wildcards to three.
The first thought of Europe’s golfing press when Padraig Harrington was being confirmed as European Ryder Cup captain last week was probably “Is Renee on speed dial?”
Padraig Harrington hasn’t left us in any doubt about the type of Ryder Cup captain he’s going to be.
Padraig Harrington hasn’t wasted any time in throwing his hat into the ring for the captaincy of Team Europe in the next Ryder Cup in Whistling Straits in 2020.
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.