With the Solheim Cup, a debut for the Weetabix Women's Open at St Andrews and a record level of prize money, the future is looking bright for the Ladies European…

Ken Hannah is the new secretary at Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club in Deal. Hannah will take up the post on January 1, 2007. He succeeds Ian Symington, who will…

Greenkeeping consultant Gordon Irvine, who appeared on the award-winning BBC programme Coast, is the man behind the restoration of Deal's Royal Cinque Ports and the Old Tom Morris course on…

After missing out at the BBC Sports awards last week, Ian Woosnam expressed his delight after Europe’s Ryder Cup team won the Golf Writers’ Trophy for 2006.

2011 Solheim Cup goes to Ireland

The 2011 Solheim Cup will be played at Killeen Castle in Ireland, after details of that and a new five-year agreement to stage a Ladies Irish Open, were confirmed by…

He left it until the final tournament of the year, but Ernie Els victory at the South African Airways Open maintained his record of winning every year since 1991.

Sport England’s Active People survey has confirmed that golf is the second most popular ball sport in England with almost a million and a half people participating each month.

Marriott Golf UK has announced that its Marriott Rewards card holders will now be able to earn reward points when they book a Corporate Golf Day at any of its…

Sky Sports has launched a new live studio golf show that will air four nights a week from January and will include European Tour action, interviews, features and game analysis.

Darren Clarke and Lee Westwood will join Retief Goosen and Sergio Garcia in the Commercialbank Qatar Masters in Doha that will be the richest in its ten-year history.

Tiger Woods' event offers 16 top players the opportunity of a big payday at Sherwood Country Club, California. The top British players will be out in full force trying to…

The classic links course Humewood GC, Port Elizabeth, will play host to a number of the world’s top golfers. The event promises to provide a fitting end to the European…

Woods and Immelman scoop major awards

The winners of the 2006 PGA Tour end-of-season awards have been announced, with world number one Tiger Woods and South Africa's Trevor Immelman netting the two big prizes.

The final week of the 2006 golfing calender Golf Monthly's betting expert, Paul Krishnamurty, gives you his tips for the South African Open and the Target Challenge. Ernie Els, Lee…

Paul Casey has today been named as the European Tour's Golfer of the Year for 2006 in recognition of his sparkling form over the season and his contribution to Europe's…

Alvaro Quiros, playing in just his fourth European Tour event, won the Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek in South Africa on Sunday by a stroke from local boy Charl Schwartzel.

German duo Bernhard Langer and Marcel Siem prevailed in a dramatic playoff against Scotland at the WGC World Cup in Barbados on Sunday.

The R&A have announced a shortlist of 22 players who are being considered for selection to the 2007 GB&I Walker Cup team. They will take on the USA in September…

Spain's Sergio Garcia has confirmed that he will be joining a potentially high class field at the end of January in what will be his first appearance in the Qatar…