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.
Tiger Woods has been presented with a new book which celebrates his father’s special place in the history of an Angus golf club.
Local beauty workers were left "starstruck" after spotting celebrity Vernon Kay in the street before being interviewed for American TV.
A local bus firm has called in reinforcements from south of the border for a shuttle service to The Open in Carnoustie.
An event will see a Dundee city centre street turned into a mini golf course just as The Open reaches its climax at Carnoustie.
Tiger Woods found some unusual conditions as he enjoyed his first look at Carnoustie ahead of the 147th Open Championship.
Tayside's restaurants, bars, hotels and guest houses are preparing for an influx of tens of thousands of golf fans from across the world from this weekend.
Award-winning chef Adam Newth is set to cater for celebrities, professionals and former golfers at this month’s Hamilton Grand Live – The Open Championship After Party.
The world’s top golfing stars are being invited to Dundee’s Botanic Garden to work on their short game.
People power has forced a U-turn over taxi stances for The Open Championship next month.
A major festival to mark the return of The Open to Angus is being planned.
Former world number one Tiger Woods has confirmed his entry for the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie.
With two months to go before the return of The Open Championship, the new multimillion-pound golf centre at Carnoustie Golf Links has opened.
Family homes are being offered for rent for as much as £800 a night during The Open golf tournament in Carnoustie.
Homeowners are set to make thousands of pounds by renting out their homes during this summer’s Open Golf Championship at Carnoustie.
The R&A will not backtrack on its planned “no readmissions” policy for The Open at Carnoustie, but local clubs will be “on site” for the duration of the championship, chief executive Martin Slumbers has revealed.
Carnoustie High School will be transformed into “Tee in the Park” at this summer’s Open golf championship.
A councillor has warned “damaging negativity” over the R&A’s no readmissions policy could put Carnoustie’s staging of future golf championships at risk.
A new £5 million centre at Carnoustie Golf Links is expected to bring up to 20 new jobs to the town.
The chief executive of the charity that operates Carnoustie Links has vowed to do everything he can to ensure The Open keeps returning to Angus.