The return of the Open Championship to Northern Ireland is expected to deliver the tournament’s first ever sell-out, tourism chiefs have said.
Debutant Erik van Rooyen made best use of benign conditions on the first day of the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie to take an early lead.
Former champion Tiger Woods had an anxious eye on the weather as the 147th Open Championship got under way at Carnoustie on Thursday.
Footage has been shared of Phil Mickelson doing a flop shot over a fellow golfer from just a matter of feet.
Russell Knox will try to use his horror finish at the Scottish Open as a wake-up call as he switches his attention to the Open championship at Carnoustie.
Donald Trump has increased the amount of time he has spent playing golf during his presidency with a round at his Turnberry course in Scotland.
An Aberdeen golf course is to close to the public until April 2019 to allow it to recover from the damage caused by repeated flooding.
The Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open will return to East Lothian next year when The Renaissance Club hosts Scotland’s national golf tournament on the European Tour for the first time from July 8-14, 2019.
Russell Knox has told the emerging golfing talent in the north of Scotland there is no reason why they cannot follow in his footsteps.
Inverness golfer Russell Knox moves into Ryder Cup contention after winning the Irish Open in a dramatic playoff
Russell Knox set his sights on Open championship glory and Ryder Cup redemption after defeating Ryan Fox in a play-off to win the £5.3million Irish Open in truly extraordinary fashion.
Golfers are probably used to looking out for stray golf balls on the course, but rarely does an apple core fly into view.
Webb Simpson hit a bogey-free round of 61 to take a one shot lead after the first round of the Greenbrier.
Graeme McDowell has pulled out of Tuesday’s Open Championship qualifier after his clubs were lost following a flight from France.
Graeme McDowell’s hopes of making the Open Championship at Carnoustie have been reduced after his clubs were lost following a flight from France.
Garrett Clark is living the life most 18-year-olds only dream of.
Beau Hossler, Ryan Armour and Brian Gay were at the top of a heavily contested leaderboard after day two of the Quicken Loans National.
Jovan Rebula became the first South African to win the Amateur championship in 52 years after defeating Irishman Robin Dawson 3 and 2 over 36 holes at Royal Aberdeen on Saturday.
Aberdeen’s David Law was overjoyed after clinching his first Challenge Tour victory on home soil by winning the SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge at Spey Valley yesterday.
South African Jovan Rebula will face Ireland’s Robin Dawson in the 36-hole Amateur championship final at Royal Aberdeen today.
A Moray man played 10 rounds of golf to raise money for a charity close to home.
Grantown’s Duncan Stewart remains eager for another crack at the European Tour despite opting to play this week’s SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge at Spey Valley.
Sam Meek won’t forget his first competitive round in Scotland after recording an albatross in the opening round of the Amateur championship at Royal Aberdeen.
A day after telling his critics to toughen up, Phil Mickelson was far less forthcoming about the controversy surrounding his two-shot penalty in the third round of the US Open.
You’ll have seen people do this plenty of times at mini-golf courses on the coast, but have you ever seen it at a grand slam event?
The Scottish Open felt the full impact of Storm Hector as winds ripped through the VIP tent at Gullane Golf Club. The footage shows the marquee being lifted into the air and flipped over. Coming into land the structure crashes into the green and dismantles into pieces.
It’s a highlight in any golf fan’s calendar, and for the organisers of The Open, it’s also the realisation of many months of careful planning and preparation.
Ireland’s Seamus Power has a one-shot lead after the first round of the Fed Ex St Jude Classic in Memphis.
An international field of 288 elite men’s amateur golfers will descend on the north-east of Scotland later this month all possessing one aim – to lift The Amateur Championship trophy and with it secure a spot in The 147th Open at Carnoustie in July.
West Linton’s Gareth Wright leads the field by three shots going into today’s second round of the Northern Open at Nairn Dunbar after a sparkling seven-under-par 65.
Nairn Dunbar will host the Northern Open this week, from today until Thursday, the Tartan Tour event’s first visit to the course since 1999.
Councillors face a huge decision next week after their officials recommended refusing the controversial Coul Links golf course in east Sutherland.
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has dropped all but one of its objections to the controversial Coul Links golf course plans in east Sutherland.