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2018 PGA Championship Review

2018 PGA Championship final leaderboard

Credit: @PGATour - Official Twitter account of the PGA Tour

Tiger Woods will draw the largest crowd every time he steps onto the golf course. It doesn't matter how he plays, the people will watch. In contrast, Brooks Koepka's second major of the year and third in two years still failed to pull an...

5 Reasons to Get Excited for the PGA Championship

100th PGA Championship Bellerive Logo



Molinari Claret Jug The Open

The Major Saver

Having seen an unpopular champion in the first major followed by an unpopular golf course in the second major, Carnousite and Francesco Molinari teamed up to give golf fans what they were craving at The Open. With a star-studded supporting cast- not least a certain Tiger...

Ricoh Women's British Open Review

 Georgia Hall with Ricoh Women's British Open trophy


No Englishwoman had won the Women’s British Open since Karen Stupples in 2004, and in a tournament boasting the most international field in women’s golf this hardly seemed the time to change that. Still, we were quietly confident in the ability of superstars like Charley Hull, Jodi ...

Women in Golf: Tracy Loveys

WPGA Chairwoman Tracy Loveys

Tracy’s prestige within golf is undeniable. Four WPGA Club Professional Championships (including three consecutively), a heralded coaching career and the title of WPGA Chairwoman tells you all you need to know about her talent, but it doesn’t come close to the full story.

‘Girls don’t play golf, ...

Women in Golf: An Interview with Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith as a junior golfer

Going Somewhere

There’s nothing unusual about a toddler picking up some plastic golf clubs and knocking a ball around the garden. However, a six year old girl becoming the youngest member of Newmarket’s Links Golf Club is far more impressive. For her to be playing competitively by the age of eig...

Women in Golf: An Interview with Jo Taylor

Taking the Scenic Route

Unsurprisingly, Jo Taylor wasn’t surrounded by golf-crazed friends when she first picked up a club at the age of eleven. Slightly more surprisingly, golf didn’t present itself to her through a golf-fanatic father or brother.  Jo fell in love with the game on her own acco...

Ryder Cup Update - July

2018 Ryder Cup Team Europe as it stands

Credit: @RyderCupEurope - Official Team Europe Twitter account

Along Came Moli

At The 147th Open, Francesco Molinari became the first Italian ever to win a golf major. He also became the first European to win a golf major... Or at least that's what it felt like. Whilst the Star-Spangled Banner w...

The 147th Open Review


Francesco Molinari Champion Golfer of the Year

Credit: @TheOpen - Official Twitter account of The Open


Since missing the cut at The Players in May, Molinari has now played six tournaments. His results? 1st, 2nd, T25, 1st, T2, 1st. His only finish outside the Top-2 was the now-notorious U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills. He now boasts a Clar...

Home Hopefuls at The Open


Open Championship week? At Carnoustie? Really? Somebody should've mentioned that.


The "British" Open

Perhaps the most annoying phrase in British golf. Golf returns to its Scottish homeland with the eyes of the world watching, yet Americans still insist on calling golf's oldest major The "Bri...

Joaquin Niemann


Lightning Striking Twice?

Joaquin Niemann will be 19 years, 8 months and 8 days old on Sunday. Victory at the John Deere Classic would make him the third youngest winner in PGA Tour history and the youngest since 1931. Jordan Spieth’s remarkable win at the 2013 John Deere Classic came at the ten...