Perhaps no other tournament enjoys such a symbiotic relationship with the one that immediately follows it — the British Open.
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Featuring a picturesque panorama that arguably surpasses the august Muirfield, Gullane’s links have been romanticized by golf devotees for more than a century.
Stewart Duff, the course manager for the site of the Scottish Open, talked about storm winds, hosting pressures and who he thinks will contend.
A season-long risk-reward competition that will take place on designated holes at every stop on tour will offer a $1 million reward for the men’s and women’s winners.
The tournament this week at Ballyliffin Golf Club, one of the eight events in the series, has benefited from the exposure and financial boost.
Padraig Harrington stepped into a void left by an injured Tiger Woods and won both the British Open and the P.G.A. Championship.
Shane Lowry had played in every Irish Open since 2009, when he won the event as an amateur.
Should the gambling industry be required to use league-approved “official data”? Britain’s data collection experience provides a preview of the battles to come in the United States.
Molinari won the Quicken Loans National by eight shots. Woods closed with a 66, his lowest final round in more than five years, and tied for fourth.
Park beat So Yeon Ryu on the second hole of a playoff on Sunday in the Women’s P.G.A. Championship at Kemper Lakes.
Abraham Ancer, playing in the group ahead of Woods at the Quicken Loans National, said he fed off roars from Woods’s great start Saturday. Ancer ended up atop the leader board with Francesco Molinari.
Ryu shot a five-under-par 67 on another scorching afternoon to get to 11-under 205 and move closer to her third major victory.
A five-time PGA Tour winner known for his outspoken self-regard, Rodgers was denied a major tournament victory when he lost in a playoff at the 1963 British Open.
European golfers are more familiar with Le Golf National than their American counterparts and are taking advantage by playing in the Open.
Many factors, including travel, rankings and performance, affect a player’s decision on when and where to play.
With the Open de France starting this week, Michael Lorenzo-Vera talked about the tournament, making the Ryder Cup and the challenges of golf in his home country.
Green, with 19 tour victories, had an unorthodox style and an unusual story: Winning a major tournament under armed guard after receiving a death threat.
Thomson emerged in the 1950s as a leading player at a time when Australians had made little impact on international golf.
With a 63 on Sunday, Fleetwood matched a U.S. Open record but fell just short of forcing a playoff with Brooks Koepka.
Koepka, 28, finished at one over par for the tournament, closing with a two-under 68 at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club and becoming the first man since 1989 to win the title in consecutive years.