The third to feature in our series of Ryder Cup legends in the lead up to Whistling Straits is one of our own. ‘Himself’ Christy O’Connor Snr made 10 appearances at the contest and was a constant thorn in the US side
Few will need reminding of the Zika virus’ impact on golf participation at the Rio Olympics. Now, with Tokyo looming, there is a much more serious and very real threat on the horizon that could have an even greater impact
If you were a bit surprised to see Slieve Russell in at number 22 in the recent Irish Golfer Top 100 Courses ranking, you shouldn’t be. The PGA designated venue continues to make headway
The best players in the world are more likely to miss an eight footer than hole it, so why burden ourselves with unrealistic expectations each time we play? Asks Karl Morris
Again in contention, another top-10 & still number one. The win didn’t arrive at Riviera for Rory McIlroy but it’s coming and soon
We, the Irish sporting public, love Pádraig Harrington as was evident from the reception the three-time Major champion received when he walked onto the set for the Tommy Tiernan Show on RTE One which was screened last Saturday night
The only wall worth mentioning in Mexico this week is the hole in the wall with Oracle followers set to cash-in on some smart selections at tasty odds
Weather conditions at this time of year can prove frustrating for a golfer but it could be so much worse
Colin Montgomerie the epitome of a great player who missed out on ultimate glory. As long as there is breath in his body and he can wield a golf club, Lee Westwood will strive might and main to avoid Monty’s fate
Golf seems to be edging ever closer to a world tour – the Premier Golf League – but what does that mean for the PGA and European Tours?
Despite the obvious problems faced by the golf industry today, some clubs are working their fingers to the bone, and many are coming up smelling of roses
The game’s governing bodies have belatedly decided that it’s time distance was controlled but some stars of the sport believe the problems facing golf lie with greater forces than simply club and ball
As storm Ciara batters the country this weekend, spare a thought for your local PGA professional trapped behind the counter with nowhere else to go
The second to feature in our series of Ryder Cup legends in the lead up to Whistling Straits, ‘The King’ Arnold Palmer was perhaps the most popular US competitor on this side of the Atlantic
A host of retired (or close to retiring) sports stars, a worryingly high number of country and western singers, and a bunch of actors who few people under the age of 35 will have even heard of. Yes, it’s the AT&T Pro Am!