There are calls across the UK to open golf courses to the general public. Will it happen in Ireland? Kevin Markham would be all for it if people could be trusted.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder but we can’t help but contemplate all the little things we are missing as each day goes by away from the golf course
You don’t have to be a pro to hit the perfect shot. In fact, we’ve all hit the perfect shot at one time or another. Problem is most of us have been chasing that feeling ever since…
Tom Simpson is seen as an unsung hero of golf architecture today whose name deserves to be mentioned alongside Harry Colt and Alister Mackenzie. So why isn’t it?
If you weren’t an avid reader before COVID-19, you may well be now so here’s eight fascinating golf reads that you won’t be able to put down during lockdown
The rules of golf state that no player can game more than 14 clubs in a round of golf, but why? Here two everyday squabblers debate the pros and cons of the 14-club rule
One day you’re frolicking through the fairways at the first sprouts of spring. The next you’re wondering if you’re going to play again this year at all. Some people need our great game now more than ever
It’s time to reveal the top dog in our list of this island’s best par threes. At 1 is a hole that’s been no stranger to the limelight in recent times, aptly named, both treacherous and thrilling. Do we have a worthy winner?
The Masters has been rescheduled for November but what about the other famous ‘Major’ contested just one mile down Washington Road in Augusta, Georgia each year?
The battle to become Irish Golfer Magazine’s best par three on the island is down to just two spots and in truth, these next two were almost impossible to separate. Have we got it right?
The third part of our golf history series takes us back in time to when a certain Colonel Bogey ruled the fairways
Our very own roving reporter Bernie McGuire tells a tale surely too good to be true of a $10.80 round of golf at Augusta on the eve of the Masters tournament in 2014
We’ve reached the podium places in our list of the island’s top-10 best par threes but the hole with the bronze medal draped proudly around its flagstick may comes as a surprise. Thoughts?
Part two of our journey through the history of golf as we explore the people and processes responsible for laying the foundations of what golf is today
An optimistic unveiling of a mouthwatering second half to the golfing year wasn’t exactly met with widespread enthusiasm on Monday. Who cares if it’s only a fool’s hope? It’s hope!