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

Ignacio Garrido grabs narrow advantage

Ignacio Garrido broke away from a pack of frontrunners with a late birdie to take the outright lead after the second round of the Johnnie Walker Championship at a wet and chilly Gleneagles on Friday.

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Harrison Frazar leads as hurricane looms

Harrison Frazar opened The Barclays with a 7-under 64, though all anyone wanted to talk about was Hurricane Irene on Thursday.

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Mark Foster leads at foggy Gleneagles

England’s Mark Foster shot a 6-under 66 to lead the Johnnie Walker Championship after an incomplete first round full of fog and swarming wasps.

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Ai Miyazato & Pernilla Lindberg lead with 65s

Ai Miyazato and Pernilla Lindberg shot rounds of 7-under 65 in wet conditions Thursday to share the first-round lead at the Canadian Women’s Open.

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Paul McGinley being tipped for 2014 Ryder Cup captaincy

Europe isn’t lacking potential captains for future Ryder Cups but it appears popular Irishman Paul McGinley is in the driving seat for the role in 2014 at Gleneagles.

Read more: Paul McGinley being tipped for 2014 Ryder Cup captaincy


Nick Watney starts as FedEx Cup No.1 seed

Nick Watney starts the race for the $10 million FedExCup playoffs prize from the pole position as overall points leader heading into Thursday’s opening round of The Barclays at Plainfield Country Club.

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