Yong-eun Yang of South Korea became the first Asian-born player to win a Major as he overtook Tiger Woods to capture the USPGA Championship at Hazeltine National Golf Club in…

Padraig Harrington becomes the first European since 1930 to win the USPGA Championship and the first man since Tiger Woods in 2006 to win back to back Major titles.

Our man on the ground, Paul Mahoney arrives at Oakland Hills to find a list of no-no's that threatens to remove all the enjoyment.

Norman declines PGA invitation.

Greg Norman has rejected the opportunity to compete in this week’s PGA Championship at Oakland Hills. The 53 year old had been invited to take part in the event following…

Luke Donald will miss the final major of the 2008 season, and he remains a huge doubt for September’s Ryder Cup at Valhalla. Donald has not played competitive golf since…

Golf Monthly's staff writer explores Torrey Pines and finds himself in the right place at the right time during an unbelievable day of golf.

The US Open has been a regular tournament in the American golfing calendar since 1895, and has always provided a stern test to even the finest players. Multiple event winners…

From Horace Rawlins to Angel Cabrera, check out all 107 US Open Champions.

From the oldest to the youngest, and the best to worst, we dissect 108 years of achievements.

Bill casts his eye over day two and discovers the man we already knew was good is actually even better than we thought.

The heat of an epic battle may not have ended in a result but at least it kept our man awake. Bill reflects on a truly immense final day, lamenting…

Your guide to how Bobby Jones' modest plans for the Augusta National Invitation Tournament transformed themselves into the US Masters

Luke Norman headed out to the course during day one of the Championship to find out just who is lucky enough to be here.

It's been a long time coming and my God was it worth the wait. Luke Norman gets out and about to experience Augusta National for the very first time. Verdict…

Bill is smiling even more than usual, at the prospect of the business end of the tournament and even better, at the wind that is now gusting around Augusta National.…