More than 1,170 objections have been lodged with Highland Council’s planning department over controversial plans for the Coul Links gold course development in Sutherland.
It is always good news to see eagles on a golf course.
If it’s any consolation to Sergio Garcia, who took 13 shots at the par-five 15th hole at the Masters, amateurs all over the world knew exactly how he felt.
When golfing legend Jack Nicklaus gave his grandson and caddie Gary Nicklaus Jr a shot at a par three, you’d think he can’t have been expecting this.
A couple of days before the Masters golf competition gets under way, players engage in a tradition which belies the strict nature of the tournament and its venue.
I tipped him at the start of the year and while he’s not firing on all cylinders yet I’m not about to change my prediction that Rory McIlroy will be donning the green jacket at Augusta National on Sunday evening.
Bubba Watson is one of golf’s most intriguing characters and proved that he remains a fierce competitor by winning the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play at the weekend.
Golf club members are being given a dream chance to tee it up at Carnoustie only hours before the world’s leading golfers gather for The 147th Open in July.
An afternoon’s golf in Australia has been interrupted in a very Australian way, after a kangaroo caused a pause in play.
It is the dream job for someone who spends their life on the course - now they can get paid for it.
Outer Hebrides golfers banned from playing on Sundays can swing away on the Sabbath behind their clubhouse
A legal probe has discovered that golfers in the Outer Hebrides who are banned from playing on Sundays can swing away on the Sabbath on the same landlord's land behind their clubhouse.
Famous golf course Muirfield has yet to admit any women members, a year after voting to do so for the first time in its history.
It is one of the longest-established rules on the fairway.
Sunday golf row encourages biggest number of candidates to stand in Western Isles community landlord elections
A row over a Sunday golf ban has encouraged the biggest number of candidates for 40 years to stand in elections for a Western Isles community landlord.
A 79-year-old golfer from Stornoway hit a hole in one on Saturday for the first time after 38 years of playing.
Matt Wallace believes he played some of the best golf of his life to secure his second European Tour title at the Hero Indian Open.
Two time Olympic snowboarder Ben Kilner was out on the golf course yesterday but on his board rather than a buggy.
A near 70-year-old controversial ban on Sunday golf ban in Stornoway remains in place after the course landlords refused to change the rules.
The president of a leading golf travel company says the proposed Coul Links golf course in Sutherland would be a “modern masterpiece” that would have an “unimagined positive impact” for the Highlands.
North-east teed up for pivotal role driving £300million bounty that Scotland could claim as the original home of golf
The north-east is being teed up to play a pivotal role in a drive to cash in on the £300million bounty that Scotland could claim as the original home of golf.
Four-time major winner Rory McIlroy has failed to make the cut at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Rory McIlroy carded four bogeys and dropped two shots on the fifth as he tumbled down the pack at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Think chucking a Malteser into the air and catching it is an impressive trick?
Rory McIlroy finished three shots off the pace in the first round as he made his debut at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Stephen Gallacher and Marc Warren stormed up the leaderboard on the second day of the Maybank championship to raise hopes of a first Scottish win on the European Tour since 2015.
Scott Jamieson made the strongest start of the Scottish contingent in South Africa on the opening day of the Tshwane Open yesterday.
It is one of the toughest greens on one of the most famous golf courses in the world.
Aberdeen’s Richie Ramsay finished with a flourish in the Dubai Desert Classic to register his best finish since coming second in last July’s Irish Open.
After a highly successful year in 2017, when record numbers of golfers visited the Highlands, the drive to build on the momentum of the past 12 months will continue at the first major industry trade show of 2018.
The first touch was mesmerically crisp. The second was a complete shambles.
Developers driving forward controversial plans for a new golf course in Sutherland have accused opponents of issuing a “mish-mash of inaccuracies and inventions”.
The company which owns a hotel beside Royal Dornoch golf course has backed the controversial Coul Links proposals - and announced plans for a £1 million hotel extension.