Clarke Set To Take A Break

After firing an opening round of 69 at the 2006 Open Championship, Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke told the media that he is set to take a complete break from the…

Jimenez Takes Early Second Round Lead

Popular Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez enjoyed a dazzling start to his second round at Royal Liverpool in the 2006 Open Championship, taking him to the top of the leaderboard early…

Welcome Back Seve

Dan Davies watches every shot of Seve Ballesteros' long-awaited but unexpected return to the Open Chamionship at Hoylake on Thursday.

McDowell Leads The Way After Opening 66

Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell fired an opening round of 66 at the 2006 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool, leaving him clear of a host of top players. Defending champion Tiger…

The man widely credited as being the driving force behind golf's transformation into a global phenomenon is to be inducted into one of the sport's most elite clubs in Florida…

English Pair Leading The Way

Opening rounds of 67 see England's Greg Owen and Anthony Wall take the clubhouse lead ahead of a host of big names at the 2006 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool.

Seven Players Tied For Early Clubhouse Lead

Seven players are in the clubhouse and setting the early pace in the 2006 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool, after the early starters took advantage of favourable scoring conditions.

Faldo And Woods Put Differences Aside

Tiger Woods and Nick Faldo seemingly ended their much-publicised feud at the practice ground on Wednesday afternoon, enabling them to focus on their golf ahead of their grouping together in…

Echoes Of 1967 As Start Is Delayed

History has repeated itself, after heavy overnight rain and thunderstorms delayed the start of the 2006 Open Championship at Hoylake - just like the last time The Open was staged…

Hoylake Will Be Tough, Says McGinley

2002 Ryder Cup hero Paul McGinley has leapt to the defence of Royal Liverpool, claiming that the players at this year's Open Championship will find it a tougher test than…

England's David Howell and Nick Dougherty are aiming to give the home crowd something to smile about at the 135th Open Championship at Royal Liverpool this week.

Scotland's Colin Montgomerie says he has put his US Open disappointment behind him and is looking forward to this week's Open Championship, where he will once again be looking to…

Ballesteros The Rank Outsider On His Open Return

The much-anticipated return to Major championship golf of a man who is arguably European golf's most influential player of all time is set to be a short one, according to…

Mickelson Hoping Hogan-Style Preparation Pays Off

Masters champion Phil Mickelson's preparation for this year's Open Championship at Royal Liverpool evokes memories of a legendary visit to these shores from another famous American in 1953. The world…

Recent USPGA Tour winner Trevor Immelman is the latest big name player to pull out of the field for the 135th Open Championship at Royal Liverpool, which begins tomorrow.

Quote, Unquote: Luke Donald

Luke Donald, the current world number eleven, spoke to www.asapsports.com ahead of the 135th Open Championship at Royal Liverpool this week. The popular Englishman will be hoping that he can…

Faldo More Worried By Form Than Woods Row

England's Nick Faldo has revealed that he is apprehensive about being grouped with world number one Tiger Woods for the opening two rounds of the 2006 Open, but more because…

Weather Is The Key Factor Says Hoylake Chief

Royal Liverpool's links manager, Craig Gilholm, has stated that the weather on Merseyside this week will be the key factor in setting the tone for this week's Open Championship. The…

Football Star Loans Woods His House

World number one Tiger Woods has moved into Newcastle and England footballer Michael Owen's £3 million mansion as he prepares to defend his Open title at the Royal Liverpool Golf…