The world of sport has laid on the praise after Tiger Woods secured his first tournament victory for more than five years in Atlanta.
Staggering increases at Courier Country golf clubs as Open fever gives Tayside and Fife welcome shot in the arm
The Open in Carnoustie prompted an upsurge in business at golf courses across Tayside and Fife.
The successful policing of three major events, which brought almost 200,000 visitors to Angus over the summer months, has been welcomed by Angus councillors.
Advanced arthritis won’t stop the last original Tain Stotter teeing up a special anniversary trip on Friday.
Sir, – Martin Redfern (“What about education?” Letters, July 23) is happy that higher paid military personnel in Scotland, who now pay more income tax than their English-based comrades, are to be “compensated” by the Ministry of Defence.
Sir, – Levenmouth folk wishing to attend sports and cultural events around Scotland over the summer face more travel challenges than ever.
There is nowhere to hide when the eyes of the world are upon you.
Sustainability and environmental legacy are a core part of the Open, and organisers have urged the public to play its part.
I was always one of those kids who picked up a cue during and after the World Snooker Championship, a tennis racquet inspired by Wimbledon and fell in love with the darts every winter during the World Championships.
Golf, as events at Carnoustie have shown over the past few days, remains one of the world's most popular sports.