The American President polarises opinion on just about everything and golf is no different. But has his involvement been good or bad for the game?
Fergus Bisset plays two fabulous links courses at Carnoustie and Panmure
Those on the outside often question our sanity, but it is safe to say that nothing can come close to the grand old game. They don’t know what they are…
Read Lee Westwood's latest Golf Monthly column
Has Brooks Koepka peaked? Or is there still more to come?
Kedleston Park Set For 2018 Open Qualifying
Instagrammer @GolfPeach has her say on the famous TPC Sawgrass course and golfers' fears of water hazards
Golf Benefits From Vision 2030 In Saudi Arabia at Royal Greens
The term ‘success’ is a multi-faceted one when it comes to sport, and while you can enjoy a terrific career without Major glory, golf’s big four events ultimately define a…
If Woods keeps going like this, Jack Nicklaus' record could be under threat...
@GolfPeach: "Augusta made them look almost human at times… human like me"
Have a read of @GolfPeach's latest GM blog
Read GM Columnist Wayne Riley's thoughts ahead of Augusta National...
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The WGC-Mexico Championship was without doubt the best tournament of the year so far. Elliott Heath looks at five things we learnt from the action at Chapultepec...
Adam Stephens wants golf to be more accessible to undergraduates and postgraduates
Armchair Architect Tim Gallant looks at the design of the par-5 sixth at Carnoustie, known as Hogan's Alley.
@GolfPeach responds to a recent study which suggested golf is more dangerous than rugby or boxing.
@GolfPeach has her say on the controversial Top 100 golf course rankings
Is The Golf Ball Really To Blame? The poor golf ball is taking flack again. A tour pro shoots a good score at a historically significant venue and suddenly it…