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Aug 3rd, 2015 Article

Mongolf Rally!!

A pair of golfers from London are set to build Turkmenistan's first ever golf course, while driving a 1986 Porsche 944 to Mongolia.

Aug 3rd, 2015 Article

Donald Trumps Spectator

For someone who’s worth four BILLLION dollars, you’d think Donald Trump would be able to get his own cash out. Think again. 

Aug 3rd, 2015 Article

We have a winner

So the Golf Spiv came in with a winner, David Lingmerth coming in third at an 80-1 eachway bet.

Aug 3rd, 2015 Article

What's In The Bag Of This Week's Winner's!!!

Kiradech Aphibarnrat won the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay using a brand new Callaway Prototype Driver. We will have more information for you tomorrow...

Aug 3rd, 2015 Article

QUICKEN LOANS FINAL DAY ROUND UP

Troy Merritt got safely across the line for his maiden PGA Tour title win, shooting a 4 under 67 to win on 18 under, 3 shots clear of Rickie Fowler.

Aug 2nd, 2015 Article

SALTIRE ENERGY PAUL LAURIE MATCHPLAY DAY 4

Kiradech Aphibarnrat has beaten Mark Warren 3&2 to progress into the final against Robert Karlsson. Karlsson beat David Howell on the second play off hole at the Murcar Links to secure his place in the final, which kicks off at 2pm.

Aug 2nd, 2015 Article

Thai Triumph

“The John Daly of Asia”, the hugely impressive Kiradech Aphibarnrat from Thailand held his nerve against Swede Robert Karlsson this afternoon to win the inaugural Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Match Play at Murcar Links Golf Club, Aberdeen.

Aug 2nd, 2015 Article

Ricoh Wrap Up

A scintillating last day at the Ricoh Women's British Open saw Inbee Park triumph over the Ailsa course  at Turnberry. Her final round 65 was a joint course record.

Aug 2nd, 2015 Article

Jin-Young Ko's 17 year old caddie

Cinderella Story!! When 20 year-old Korean Jin-Young Ko turned up for the Ricoh Women's British Open last wek, she didn't have a caddie, so she asked around and the name of Jeff Brighton, a 17 year old local caddie was put forward. And now the young fella has earned just shy of £20,000 (10% of the winner's cheque) with Jin-Young's second place finish.

Aug 1st, 2015 Article

Amy Boulden on charge

Amy Boulden fires a four under par 68 at Turnberry, in the Ricoh Women's British Open, to make the most of moving day. Check out her swing here + a sneak preview of our recent photo shoot with Amy...