The eye-watering prize money for this years Masters

Apart from joining a very exclusive club and becoming the owner of a coveted Green Jacket the winner at Augusta National will receive a winners cheque of $2,070,000

Masters Sunday is underway. Settle in and enjoy

It’s safe to say that Mr. Consistency Molinari is unlikely to blow-up and post a big number somewhere, so whoever wants to win this tournament is going to have to post a low one to get past him.
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Golf & Health Week to highlight how the sport helps wellbeing

The first ever Golf and Health Week takes place next week and will aim to encourage golfers, non-golfers and lapsed golfers into taking part in the sport.

Ireland’s history at the Masters, our place amongst the pines

Ireland’s history at the Masters amounts to fourteen different players and their pursuit of an elusive Green Jacket.

Science backs DeChambeau on new flagstick option

Bryson DeChambeau and Adam Scott have enthusiastically embraced the opportunity to keep the flagstick in the hole for their putts in the top Tour events. They have done so to good effect, as DeChambeau showed...

Golf betting throws up more challenges than most sports

Golf betting can be a frustrating endeavour. The same goes for all gambling, I guess, but picking the winner in a six-horse race is infinitely easier than picking the winner in a 156-strong tournament field. As...

This article could literally save your life

I wouldn’t be one for exaggeration so when I say that this article could literally save your life, I’m being deadly serious! As a child I was most definitely an outdoor child and I played...

Holmes under the Hammer at the Genesis Open

 JB Holmes / Image from Getty Images The bad news stories of this season keep on coming and it’s J.B. Holmes who's the latest to paint golf in a bad light. It’s safe to say that...

It’s been a solid start to PGA Tour life for Seamus Power

It’s been a solid start for Seamus Power on the PGA Tour but the West Waterford man knows the importance of taking advantage of his limited starts this season What were two Irishman, both brothers...

Seve loved Ireland, the Irish Open and his Irish fans

It was 1973, El Paraisio GC on the Costa Del Sol, the last event on the European Tour.  I was a struggling tour pro trying to make the cut to keep my playing card...
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