If you’re a golfer, you could not wish for a better birthday present than playing 36 holes on the Old Course at St. Andrews.
Jonathan Yates celebrated his 25th year doing exactly that, but it was no present, it was hard earned, and he finished tied 11th at the St. Andrews
In his interview with Sports Gazette, Luke Groves reflects on a difficult year of injuries, the huge leap from amateur to pro, and his passion for boxing.
Not only did Luke Groves start his golf career late at 16, but the reason why he got into the sport was unorthodox
It’s that time of year again: the azaleas are in bloom, the fairways preened and the green jackets pressed in preparation for the return of the Masters where, once more, there is a familiar name on the lips of all concerned: Tiger Woods.
It’s now more than two decades since the
Without doubt, Augusta is one of the great sporting events. In recent years, Sky - who have likely paid a massive sum for the right to host it - have gone full throttle with wall-to-wall coverage from Monday.
The Drive, Chip and Putt challenge that takes place in the lead up
For Tyrrell Hatton his rise into one of the finest golfers on the planet has not been without its drawbacks.
Frequently his temperament has been called into question following an outburst or the banging of a club into the ground after a poor shot.
But what does the man himself have to
Women’s sport is the place to be.
The 2017 Women’s Football World Cup attracted record crowds. So did the 2017 Women’s Ashes series across all formats, with many people seeing it as a turning point in women’s cricket.
Women’s golf is no exception either. Attendances at events are up and
With the Presidents Cup upon us, Danny Ruddock looks at golf's relationship with the current political climate.
The Presidents Cup, where the best American golfers face off against an International team (excluding Europe), starts on Friday - a week after President Trump gave his speech in Alabama railing against “son of
Marc Leishman the 33-year-old Australian golfer is enjoying life at the moment. But things could have been very different.
It could be even better for Leishman, winning the BMW championship last week gave him $1,575,000, and a chance of winning a bumper $10million pay-out at the season ending Tour championship.