More than 90,000 people turned out to watch the Solheim Cup at Gleneagles, making it the highest attended women’s golf event ever held in the UK, organisers have said.
The Duke of York has made his second public appearance of the weekend, attending a tournament at Royal Liverpool Golf Club to mark its 150th anniversary.
Past and present members of Letham Grange Golf Club have admitted they were not surprised to hear both courses at the historic club are at risk of closure.
Music superstar Justin Timberlake is to play in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Carnoustie, St Andrews and Kingsbarns.
Members at the Camperdown Golf Course have welcomed the support of a professional who has backed their campaign to save the beloved course.
Two courses at a popular Angus golf club - known as the “Augusta of the North” - are threatened with closure.
The third round of the Tour Championship in Atlanta was suspended on Saturday following lightning strikes at East Lake which resulted in some spectators being taken to hospital, the PGA has confirmed.
Camperdown Golf Course will close after the 2019/20 season, with a motion passed by a single vote by Dundee City Council on Monday evening.
Justin Thomas and Jason Kokrak each equalled the Medinah, Illinois course record with seven-under 65s to top the leader board after the first round at the BMW Championship.
Fans will have free access to menstrual products at this year’s Solheim Cup in Gleneagles.
Thomas Detry, a professional golfer from Belgium, has taken the Guinness World Records title for fastest hole of golf played by an individual.
Claret Jug winner Shane Lowry has continued his celebrations in Dublin long after winning The Open.
As you would have expected, Andy Walker waded right back in to the debate when a BwB reader doubted some of the facts in one of his tales.
Unbridled joy took hold at Shane Lowry’s home golf club of Esker Hills as the Offaly man was crowned The Open champion at Portrush.
Loyalist flute band music played in Portrush town as the third round of the Open Championship reached its conclusion a mile away.
One Northern Ireland golf fan summed up Rory McIlroy’s unpredictability as the mercurial home favourite’s comeback fell agonisingly short.
The kaleidoscope of umbrellas was as varied as the accents beneath them as fans from around the world braved the rain on the second day of The Open’s return to Northern Ireland.
The rain hammered down and the home hero’s victory chances were washed away but nothing was about to spoil the Portrush party on the Open’s historic return.
Rory McIlroy has hailed the return of golf’s Open Championship to Northern Ireland as proof that his homeland has long moved on from the dark days of the past.
For some, the promise of 18 holes is enough to entice them anywhere. But what if you need to convince your loved ones to come with you to golfing paradise?