People in and around Dornoch are to be given their say on a proposal by Highland Council to grant a long lease to the operators of the town’s famous golf club.
Aberdeen’s Paul Lawrie said he felt proud after winning on his Scottish Senior Open debut at Craigielaw Golf Club.
A north-east golf club held a sell-out event to support a cancer support charity, following its successful children’s golf programme.
Pushchairs, storytelling and baby change areas are not often things you would associate with a world-class golf tournament but they are very much part of The Solheim Cup, billed to be the “most family-friendly golf event in history”.
He quite properly got a hero’s welcome for a heroic effort when he came up the 18th as the clock ticked past 8pm, but there was to be no happy ending to the saga for Rory McIlroy at Royal Portrush.
Robert MacIntyre may be a rookie on the top tours and in his first Open but he knows the proper protocol and wasn’t afraid to call out American Kyle Stanley at Royal Portrush.
Oban’s Robert MacIntyre believes he can ride The Open “roller coaster” all the way to a maiden major title.
Building on the momentum of the Women’s World Cup, another major all-female sporting event is about to kick off – and that’s the golf equivalent, The Solheim Cup.
Golf tourism in the north-east is on an upward curve.
Inverness golfer Russell Knox hopes contending at a major is the next step in his career.
Bernd Wiesberger stole the show on the second day of play at the ASI Scottish Open but Rory McIlroy insists he has not given up hope of heading into next week’s Open at Royal Portrush on the back of a victory at The Renaissance Club.
Ian Poulter insists he has come to terms with the fact he may never win a major.
The week before his brother Francesco defends the Claret Jug, Edoardo Molinari boosted his hopes of joining him at Royal Portrush by finishing tied for the lead on low-scoring opening day at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open.
Aberdeen’s Richie Ramsay put local knowledge to good use on the opening day of the ASI Scottish Open to lead hopes of a first home winner for 20 years.
Rory McIlroy knows he will carry the hopes of a nation when golf’s oldest major returns to Northern Ireland next week.
Matt Kuchar has been at the centre of an unusually controversial season but the American admits disappointing his grandmother has been the low point.
The Open championship at Royal Portrush may be just around the corner but Rory McIlroy insists his full focus is on this week’s Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open.
The qualifying process for the 2020 Ryder Cup does not start until September but Inverness golfer Russell Knox already thinks about making the European team for Whistling Straits every day.
Paul Lawrie insists his game is not where he wants it to be as he prepares to make his return to the European Tour this week at the Scottish Open.
A bid has been launched to reunite a golfer with a sentimental photograph left lying on the links.
A north-east golfer has proven age is no barrier by winning a club tournament at the age of 96.
A group of "mindless" joy riders tore up a north-east golf course at the weekend, leaving one green badly damaged.
Golfers have raised a record sum in an annual competition organised by north-east cancer charity Friends of Anchor.
Charity golfers have raised more than £13,500 for north-east cancer support services.
North-east golfers raise more than £6,500 for cancer support charity with 17-hour endurance challenge
A group of four golfers have raised more than £6,500 in aid of cancer support by taking part in a golfing charity drive.
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Golfer Paul Lawrie has sold his luxury mansion, which comes complete with its own "mini golf course", for almost £2 million.
World number six Justin Thomas has become the latest golfing heavyweight to add the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open to his schedule.
An electric golf buggy has been stolen from a shed at Cruden Bay Golf Course.
Aberdeen’s Richie Ramsay fears he may be forced to withdraw from today’s Made in Denmark event.
Golfers on Speyside believe a myth has taken root across the north-east that half its course is missing.
Piers Morgan has vowed to find a thief who broke into his car and stole his golf clubs.