Tiger Woods’ historic win at The Masters® 2019 has breathed fresh life into the world of golf. The quest for 18 Major championships and Jack Nicklaus’ record is back on for the game’s most dangerous predator.
The Open Championship is headed to Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years.
The Arnold Palmer Invitational has become a staple of the PGA's spring schedule every year, but 2019's edition was the first time that the tournament was featured as part of The Open Qualifying Series.
After an exhilarating weekend of action at the Serapong Course at Sentosa Golf Club, four more names have clinched their spots in The 148th Open this summer.
Through The Open Qualifying Series, Jazz Janewattananond, Yoshinori Fujimoto, Doyeob Mun and Prom Meesawat have qualified for The 2019 Open by claiming the four available entrances allotted to the 2019 SMBC Singapore Open.
If you've ever wanted to play a round of golf on a famous course right after the best players in the game finish up, now is your chance.
Three more spots in The Open 2019 have been secured after a memorable weekend of action in The City of Johannesburg.
At 36-years old, and after 14 years as a professional, Francesco Molinari turned in the best year of his career in 2018.
Coming into the calendar year as a relatively unknown golfer on the world stage, the Italian made a splash by adding trophy after trophy to his collection throughout the year and ending the season in the Top 10 of the PGA World Golf Ranking.
Through The Open Qualifying Series, Abraham Ancer, Dimirios Papadatos and Jake McLeod have all qualified for The Open 2019 by finishing in the top three, respectively, at the Emirates Australian Open from November 15-18, 2018.
For an event with a 150-year history, The Open Championship is but a baby in the eyes of a Northern Irish audience.
A mainstay to those in England and Scotland, The Open Championship has only ventured to Northern Ireland once in its history — 1951.