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Johnson sees off late challengers to win at WGC in Mexico

Dustin Johnson held off late challengers in the final round at the WGC  Mexico Championship to win by one shot on 14 under par. What's the...

Paul Dunne secures his best pro finish at the Tshwane Open

Paul Dunne secured his best finish at the weekend since turning pro in late 2015, sharing sixth place in the Tshwane Open in Pretoria. Dunne...

Thomas stars with ace but Mickelson gets the Grammy

Exciting new star Justin Thomas leads by one stroke but it was Phil Mickelson who stole the ‘Grammy’ in one of the more bizarre days...

McIlroy ‘Worshipping The Porcelain Bowl” as he battles bug

Rory McIlroy battled a stomach bug and a lack of sleep to score a moral victory over World No. 1 Dustin Johnson in posting...

The R&A and USGA announce proposed rules changes

The R&A and the USGA have unveiled a preview of the proposed new Rules of Golf, as part of a joint initiative to modernise...

New innovations in golf formats are a breath of fresh air

The Sixes event and 9-hole competition are making golf fun to watch. Two wonderful things happened in professional golf recently. Firstly, the pictures that were...

Rory returns to action at WGC in Mexico City

McIlroy Smokin’ Driver at Seminole ahead of possible World No. 1 return in Mexico City After starting his week with a six-birdie blitz at Seminole,...

Fowler toasts ending a 13-month victory drought at Honda Classic

Rickie Fowler was all smiles & laughs following his victory at the Honda Classic   “I hope you guys like the champagne!" was Rickie Fowler’s first...

Harrington and Power cut but McDowell still fighting

No sooner had Russell Knox been named ‘2016 Scottish Golfer of the Year’ and the nation’s top-ranked pro was downbeat in missing the cut...

Power off to a great start at the Honda Classic

Seamus Power fired three birdies and an eagle in his opening round at the PGA National Course. It wasn't a bad day for the Irish players at...

Latest news

Galgorm Castle was the big winner from Irish Open week

“Before we got here, some people thought the golf course was open and pretty average. They couldn’t be more wrong, this golf course is magnificent, it truly is"

Spanish Point win AIG Pierce Purcell Shield Munster Final

It’s the first time in six years that the Clare club have won the Munster pennant and they will be hoping to repeat the provincial/national double of 2014 when they head for Donegal GC in October

Faithlegg beat Douglas to claim AIG Senior Cup Munster Final win

Rory Milne spearheaded the Faithlegg young guns as the Waterford club claimed their first AIG Senior Cup Munster Pennant in Killarney

Catlin captures second title with Irish Open win

"So many years of hard work have gone into this moment. It was my goal to win again at the start of this week, to have accomplished it is something truly, truly special"

Rising Pitch

It's not only membership at 9 and 18 hole courses that's bloomed this year, Pitch & Putt is on the rise too. Kevin Markham looks at the game’s shortest form*