Open champion Shane Lowry believes he will need to secure a third victory of the season to achieve his goal of winning the Race to Dubai.
How do you top winning your national Open as an amateur? In Shane Lowry’s case by winning the Open Championship in front of a raucous sell-out crowd at Royal Portrush.
Loyalist flute band music played in Portrush town as the third round of the Open Championship reached its conclusion a mile away.
Rory McIlroy has admitted two nightmare holes have scuppered his Royal Portrush dream after just one round of The Open.
Rory McIlroy is deliberately trying to keep his Open Championship campaign low key as expectations rocket about the possibility of him securing a home win in Northern Ireland.
Christiaan Bezuidenhout is out for Royal Portrush “revenge” on his return to the scene of his nine-month drugs ban.
American golfers will be bidding for a clean sweep of major tournament wins this year when The Open gets under way at Royal Portrush on Thursday.
Tiger Woods will favour quality over quantity in a bid to prolong his career after admitting he was emotionally and physically drained by his Masters triumph.
Max Faulkner’s supreme peacocking would not even ruffle the odd feather today, but back in 1951 that braggadocio had his foes tearing out their hair.
Open champion Francesco Molinari is happy to arrive at Royal Portrush under the radar as he begins the defence of his title.
Tiger Woods did little to allay fears he will be underprepared for the Open Championship after revealing how he has spent his time since his last competitive start in the US Open a month ago.
With his irreverent sense of humour and a fondness for self deprecation, it is not always easy to know when to take Eddie Pepperell seriously.
The 148th Open Championship takes place from July 18 at Royal Portrush.
Rory McIlroy was pleasantly surprised to feel right at home at Royal Portrush after reacquainting himself with the venue for next week’s Open Championship.
Defending champion Francesco Molinari hopes to harness some of the energy of a Northern Irish crowd celebrating the return of the Open after 68 years in much the same way he did at the Ryder Cup.
Christiaan Bezuidenhout will return to the scene of his lowest moment in golf in triumph after cruising to victory in the Andalucia Masters at Valderrama.
A £23 million hotel development in a Dundee jute mill will be ready for guests before this year’s Open Championship tees off at Carnoustie in July.