THE JERSEY GOLD RUSH

THE JERSEY GOLD RUSH >>

This year sees the 100th anniversary of Harry Vardon's sixth Open title. Dominic Pedler travelled to Jersey to explore his legend

WHERE TIME STANDS STILL

WHERE TIME STANDS STILL >>

The oldest links in England, Royal North Devon – a.k.a. Westward Ho! – is celebrating its 150th anniversary. Tom Cox paid a visit

SOS LINKS RESCUE

SOS LINKS RESCUE >>

Jonathan Yarwood identifies the key skills you need for better seaside golf

OPEN AHOY!

OPEN AHOY! >>

Hard to believe it's eight years since Tiger's emotional victory at Hoylake – a course guaranteed to deliver high links drama

THE Gi INTERVIEW

THE Gi INTERVIEW >>

You can take the boy out of Macclesfield... John Hopkins talks to Ryder Cup hopeful Jamie Donaldson

FRESH DESIGN, INSPIRED CONTENT

FRESH DESIGN, INSPIRED CONTENT >>

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2014: Shots that defined the majors

One putt gave Bubba Watson a rare sense of calm. One swing reminded Martin Kaymer he finally had all the shots. One pitch proved to Rory McIlroy he could master links golf.

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Latest News

American stretch lead to 7-5

Greg Norman and Fred Couples kept asking questions long after they tried to give answers, both of them curious about the carnage inflicted by Royal Melbourne at the Presidents Cup.

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Daniel Chopra leads after a 65

Sweden’s Daniel Chopra fired a 6-under 65 to take the lead at the Iskandar Johor Open on Friday.

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Tiger thrashed but US lead 4-2

Adam Scott and K.J. Choi were relentless Thursday at Royal Melbourne in dishing out the worst loss for Tiger Woods in any format of match play.

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Tiger vs Scott in the first round of Presidents Cup

The Presidents Cup wasted no time delivering the match everyone was talking about—Tiger Woods against ex-caddie Steve Williams in the opening session at Royal Melbourne.

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South Korea to host 2015 Presidents Cup

South Korea will become the first Asian country to host the Presidents Cup in 2015.

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Golf scene different from previous Australian Presidents Cup

One thing already can be said for this Presidents Cup. The Americans have come a long way.

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