Par 3, 173 yards The shortest hole on the course. Accuracy is crucial off the tee as there are four bunkers guarding the green. As the tee is slightly…

Par 4, 366 yards The back nine at Southern Hills starts with a tricky par 4 dogleg right. Players will be aiming to keep their ball down the left…

Welcome to Golf Monthly’s online coverage of the 2007 USPGA Championship at Southern Hills. This is the fourth time the tournament has visited the prestigious Oklahoma venue and GM…

He is the world’s most recognisable sportsman and managing to stay in prime position at Carnoustie despite everything appearing to be out of kilter. But what is it like to…

Is the Open too expensive?

You need to dig deep to afford the 'special' Open rates which includes a pint of beer for £3.30 and a beef bap for £6.50. But is it really daylight…

It's not all practice routines and working out for the players at the Open Championship, many of them give up their time to help promote the game to the next…

The Scottish contingent is seriously depleted as the third round action gets underway. The list of Scots who made the halfway cut is somewhat surprising.

Weary of lager and desperate to meet some movers and shakers, Golf Monthly slipped quietly out of the back of the beer tent, crossed the lawn and said hello to…

GM instruction editor Neil Tappin caught up with England's best hope to see battle through a tough second round

The Opening couple of days have thrown up some interesting rules-related incidents. Find out more here.

After one and a bit rounds of the 136th Open Championship the home players are experiencing mixed fortunes and there’s been a surprisingly good performance from a former champion.

GM Instruction editor, Neil Tappin takes a closer look at how the best players in the world use the range during a week at The Open

An Hour in the Life

The 16th is the longest par 3 on the Open rota. At 248 yards it can require a driver when the wind’s against. The hole sees very few birdies and…

So far the worlds best players have given us some real pearls of wisdom. Discover some of the lesser known soundbites from the press centre

The tournament kicks off and some Scots are among the early starters.

After three days of watching practice Golf Monthly instruction editor Neil Tappin gives his opinion on the course and its set-up.

Nine-time major winner Gary Player was presented with the Golf Foundation’s inaugural ‘Spirit of Golf Award’ for his services to the game and his long-term championing of the cause of…