Justin Rose is reigning Olympic champion, a major winner and currently the world’s fourth-best golfer but England’s Cricket World Cup triumph means there is only one sport being played in his back garden.
Open champion Francesco Molinari is happy to arrive at Royal Portrush under the radar as he begins the defence of his title.
Edoardo Molinari will gladly swap a holiday on the beaches of Portofino for a week in Portrush if it means competing alongside younger brother Francesco as he defends his Open title.
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.
Former Open champion John Daly will try to play “through the pain” at Royal Portrush after seeing his request to use a golf cart turned down by the R&A.
BwB has recently been giving samples from the Readers’ Queries file in the old Sporting Post.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club (R&A) has made a Dundee boy’s dreams come true – by bringing the Claret Jug to his bedroom.
Community groups in Carnoustie will get the chance to decide how to spend a £100,000 legacy fund from the 147th Open Championship.
Community groups and projects are set to benefit from a £100,000 fund from the 147th Open at Carnoustie in July.
A Spanish visitor who came to Angus to cheer on a friend in The Open at Carnoustie spent the entire tournament in police cells and has been hit with a £17,000 bill.
A record 172,000 spectators watched the 147th Open at Carnoustie, while businesses enjoyed a roaring trade before and during the competition.
Carnoustie’s on-street bins have been returned to their rightful places this week, after a number were taken away while the town hosted The Open.
Dundee’s brand new railway station has attracted thousands of extra visitors since opening earlier this month, according to ScotRail.
A man has been charged with careless driving following a crash involving a car and a minibus near Carnoustie as The Open teed off.
Golf superstar Martin Kaymer may be on the hunt for a new caddie – after turning to a Kirriemuir schoolboy for help at The Open.
Club Tropicana doesn't open until later on a Friday so Wham! star Andrew Ridgeley had to make do for a Dundee coffee shop instead.
Pubgoers in Dundee were left stunned when the world's No 1 golfer walked in for a meal.
It's not often sporting superstars come to Tayside and this week the area is full of the best golfers in the world.
There was chaos at Dundee Railway Station this morning as several commuters were reportedly unable to board rush-hour trains due to congestion.
Former Open winner Sandy Lyle got the 147th Championship under way in calm, dry conditions at Carnoustie, but it was playing partner Andy Sullivan who claimed the early lead.