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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Tom Watson aces the 6th

Five-times champion Tom Watson prompted huge roars from the gallery when he recorded the 15th hole-in-one of his career during the British Open second round on Friday.

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Tom Lewis stays in the hunt

Even if only partly believable, the Tom Lewis story is a dreamy one: valiant amateur who still lives at home with his parents (mum says he always keeps his room impeccably tidy) upstaging the gnarly, mega-rich Goliaths of golf at the sport’s oldest major.

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Amateur Tom Lewis & Thomas Bjorn lead

Tom Lewis shares a name with one of the British Open’s greatest champions. The kid sure lived up to it Thursday. Lewis, a 20-year-old amateur, shot a 5-under 65 to share the lead after the opening round of golf’s oldest major...

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Thomas Bjorn redeems himself at Royal St George's

He was always destined to be remembered around here as the guy who threw it away when it mattered most. Nothing Thomas Bjorn could do about that, especially when it looked as if he wouldn’t even play this year at Royal St. George’s.

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British players off the pace

When the three most recent number ones in the world of tennis rock up for a tournament it is a pretty safe bet that Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic will be there at the finish and highly likely that one of them will lift the trophy.

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Darren Clarke outshines fellow Irishmen

Once the face of golf in Northern Ireland, Darren Clarke has become the forgotten man. First it was Graeme McDowell winning the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach last year. Then it was Rory McIlroy capturing the same major at Congressional last month.

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