The good doctor had the perfect medicine for the erratic player
First played in 1891, they combine matchplay and strokeplay elements
Is this a case of love being blind?
How confusion over a local rule cost Dustin Johnson a play-off place
How the flamboyant Hagen won a record number of USPGA Championships
Our pictorial essay of the final day's action at Valhalla.
Is the long par 3 a necessary evil? Or an avoidable evil?
Roderick Easdale recounts some infamous player caddie falling outs
Fan takes over caddying duties when caddy departs after nine holes
When Jordan Spieth missed his putt on the 18th at St Andrews on the final day of the Open Championship his chance of winning £1.15 million had gone. This is…
What they all said after Zach Johnson's victory at The Open
Twenty-Eight Past Open Champions battled it out
We round up the action and sights from Monday's practice day at St Andrews
What bits of golf etiquette and rules do you need to know to enjoy your first game without embarrassment?
Scot versus Frenchman continues as a trait of the knockout stage
Chambers Bay is a most unusual course to host the 115th US Open.
The holes at Highgate Golf Club in North London have a pleasing variety to them.
Winder deftly weaves the stories of four sporting triumphs of 1934 together with social and political history
Most expensive home sale in Scotland this year is at Home of Golf.
It comes complete with outdoor golf practice area installed for Rory