“Will there be tears? No,” said Clarke. “I’ll just be very proud that we have it back here in Northern Ireland. It’s going to be an amazing tournament”
There was a time not too long ago that golf lay on the canvas and a 10-count neared completion. But golf got up, and now, it’s arguably stronger than ever
A cousin of Willie McNamara, the first ever golf professional at Lahinch, Tom McNamara was one of the founding members of the PGA of America, writes Ivan Morris
The bookie basher is back to pay for that holiday you haven’t had yet with some tasty Scottish Open selections.
Ruling bodies cannot let standards of etiquette slip as they modernise golf
For those of us readily identifying the sun, moon and stars for our own shortcomings, lessons can be taken from two inspirational champions last Sunday
The Oracle came through again last week with a 1-2 and here he is with his predictions for Lahinch for the DDF Irish Open
Roddy Carr tells us why Lahinch is so special and recalls an incredible story about his Dad Joe’s 40th and last championship win at ‘The South’
Often the only one in the firing line, a caddie cops their fair share of verbal punishment on the golf course, so why go through the pain?
Champion James Sugrue was amongst the majority of the world’s leading amateurs trusting Titleist from tee to green at Portmarnock this year
They say the safest way to double your money is to fold it over once and put it in your pocket, but where’s the fun in that?
A picture is worth a thousand words – Ireland’s golfing version of America’s famed Mt. Rushmore.
With so many potential hobbies to choose from for children these days, what can we do to ensure golf doesn’t get overlooked?
Hope springs eternal for those plying their trade on the Challenge Tour with a raft of Major winners graduating from one of the toughest competitive pools in golf
The circus that follows Tiger Woods is arguably more exaggerated than that which ignorantly adored fictional golfing hero, Happy Gilmore, and it’s only getting worse