The World Golf Hall of Fame has released the candidate lists for their Class of 2007, with the initial stage of voting set to be completed by the beginning of
It may still be only January but there is plenty to talk about in the world of golf this week including two great finishes on tour and victory for our…
Colin Montgomerie has announced a new clothing deal with Scottish knitwear company Peter Scott & Co.
By buying early you can save on a weekly ticket for the 2007 Open Championship at Carnoustie.
A strict no mobile phone policy will be implemented during the 2007 Open Championship at Carnoustie.
Charley Hoffman battles brutal winds on his way to a play-off victory at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic as Justin Rose is once again left disappointed.
2006 Golfer of the Year Paul Casey has made a great start to the 2007 season after firing a stunning final round of 65 to secure the Abi Dhabi Golf
Two-thirds of tickets for the 2007 Solheim Cup between Europe and the USA in Sweden this September have already been sold.
Retief Goosen and Darren Clarke have made the switch to TaylorMade balls, the equipment manufacturer has announced.
Henrik Stenson hit a record drive from the wing of an aircraft, down the runway at Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Betting expert Paul Krishnamurty's picks this week include Henrik Stenson, Padraig Harrington and Phil Mickelson as the European Tour begins its spell in the Middle East and the PGA Tour…
A strong European Tour field heads to the United Arab Emirates as Chris DiMarco defends the title he won in 2006.
Former European Tour executive director Ken Schofield has been appointed head of a committee that will look into England’s humiliating 5-0 defeat in the Ashes
Celebrities and professionals turn out in full force this week as the PGA Tour heads inland to California.
The experience of Europe’s Ryder Cup players shone through as Europe defeated Asia convincingly in the Royal Trophy in Bangkok.
Three birdies in the final four holes gave Ariel Caneta an impressive maiden victory in the Joberg Open.
42-year-old Paul Goydos shot a 67 to claim the Sony Open in Hawaii, his first PGA Tour title in 10 years.
The number one shoe manufacturer in golf has redesigned its UK web site to give golfers easy access to FootJoy products on line.
Broadcasters ntl Telewest have teamed up with Setanta Sport to offer a free preview of the new Setanta Golf channel which includes exclusive coverage of the PGA Tour.
Golf Monthly has received a moving tribute from one of our readers to his late twin brother, documenting a memorable round at the Home of Golf.