Louis Oosthuizen SLAMS the pin positions for the third round of The Open as ‘very questionable’

Louis Oosthuizen SLAMS the pin positions for the third round of The Open as ‘very questionable’ after clinging on to lead as he prepares for deciding day at Royal St George’s Louis Oosthuizen holds onto a narrow lead ahead of the final day at The Open The South African recovered from mid-third round wobble to … Read more

Bryson DeChambeau admits he ‘loved being booed’ by the crowd for refusing to use a driver

Bryson DeChambeau admits he ‘loved being booed’ by Royal St George’s crowd for refusing to use a driver off the 1st tee on day two at The Open as he found it ‘funny’ following spat with his club manufacturer Bryson DeChambeau ‘loved’ the fact the Royal St George’s crowd booed him The American was booed … Read more

Rory McIlroy pensive over making his Olympics bow in Tokyo with the city in a state of emergency

‘I don’t know if there is much to look forward to’: Rory McIlroy pensive over making his Olympics bow in Tokyo with the city in a state of emergency due to rise in Covid-19 cases By Press Association Reporter Published: 13:22 EDT, 18 July 2021 | Updated: 14:03 EDT, 18 July 2021 Rory McIlroy is … Read more

Shane Lowry produces valiant defence of the Claret Jug but his Covid-impacted reign is finally over 

Shane Lowry produces a valiant defence of the Claret Jug but after holding the title for two years, his Covid-impacted reign as Open champion is finally over Shane Lowry had been the reigning Open champions for two years due to covid The Irishman finished tied for 12th at Royal St George’s on Sunday  American Collin … Read more

Collin Morikawa reveals eating burgers EACH DAY at Royal St George’s fuelled his superb Open triumph

Collin Morikawa reveals eating a burger EVERY DAY at Royal St George’s fuelled his superb Open triumph this week, before he vows to hit the bar to celebrate on his caddie’s birthday – and promises to drink from the Claret Jug! Open champion Collin Morikawa revealed he ate a burger each day of the Major … Read more

DEREK LAWRENSON: My Sandwich highs and lows… the fans make The Open special

DEREK LAWRENSON: My Sandwich highs and lows… the fans make The Open special but you couldn’t design a town less suitable to host the tournament… and Phil Mickelson SHOULD have spoken to the media It was fantastic to have fans in attendance and the weather was mostly great  The town of Sandwich isn’t the best … Read more

Thirty years of hurt beckon as 1992 was the last time an Englishman tasted Open glory

Thirty years of hurt beckon as 1992 was the last time an Englishman tasted Open glory when Nick Faldo triumphed at Muirfield… with best-performing home player Paul Casey finishing 10 shots off winner Collin Morikawa Tommy Fleetwood, Danny Willett and Justin Rose threatened before falling away Paul Casey was the best-placed Englishman, with Bob MacIntyre … Read more

Here are the six bites taken from The Open at Royal St George’s in Sandwich

Kevin Kisner’s lonely round, ticket technology troubles and R&A’s response to Donald Trump’s Turnberry tantrum… Six bites taken from The Open at Royal St George’s in Sandwich Kevin Kisner shrugged off a partner-less final round to card a two under par 68 Like at Wimbledon, the digital tickets system suffer a few hiccups in Sandwich … Read more

Padraig Harrington undecided over Ryder Cup wildcards and hints there’s one spot left in team

Padraig Harrington undecided over wildcards and hints there is one spot left in European team at the Ryder Cup with Victor Perez and Shane Lowry both in contention Captain Padraig Harrington suggested there is one spot left in Ryder Cup team Frenchman Victor Perez and Irishman Shane Lowry are both in contention  Harrington claimed that … Read more