Alex Narey

With Louis Oosthuizen four shots clear, it will take an epic effort to haul him back. But there may be another twist in the tale yet

We take a look back at the last time the US Open visited Pebble Beach Golf Links, and what a tournament it was. Tiger Woods ran away with it in…

Golf Monthly's Alex Narey looks back at one of the greatest ever Masters, Jack Nicklaus' 1986 triumph, the last of his magnificent 18 Major titles

Golf Monthly's Alex Narey looks back at one of the greatest ever Masters, Jack Nicklaus' 1986 triumph, the last of his magnificent 18 Major titles

Golf Monthly's assistant editor Alex Narey caught up with mental game expert Gary Leboff to see if he could learn to overcome his on-course demons. Here are some mental tips…

American Stewart Cink sees off Tom Watson after a four-hole play-off at Turnberry to win the 138th Open Championship in a dramatic and emotional final day on the Ailsa Course.

At 59 years of age, five-time Open Champion Tom Watson is just one round away from becoming the competition's oldest winner

The season's third Major must continue without the great Tiger Woods, but what next for the World No.1

Last year Mr Norman, this year Mr Watson. Can 2009's old-timer bring the baton home?

Rain, wind, and a bit of chat. There's plenty to mull over at Turnberry...

Alex Narey, still avoiding the cold and wet Ailsa Course, takes us back with some of the best moments from the Open Championship over the years.

Alex Narey is avoiding the Ailsa Course for the time being to avoid getting too wet, but wastes no time in letting you in on some interesting facts on what…

Alex Narey is out on the Ailsa Course following Padraig Harrington who is bidding for his third consecutive helping of the famous Claret Jug, and the early signs are positive.

The two best golfers on the planet arrived at the 1977 Open seemingly on a collision course with one another. It was the greatest head-to-head battle the game had seen...

Different class

Re-live the most astonishing of US Open wins as Tiger Woods wins the 2000 US Open by 15 strokes at Pebble Beach