Hinted at in increasing intensity over the last year until bubbling over in the last few weeks, it became official today: Golf’s ruling bodies are officially concerned about driving distance.
The R&A finally made official on Monday what everyone basically understood: the Open Championship will return to the Old Course at St. Andrews in 2021 as part of the celebration of the championship’s 150th playing.
When it comes to mistakes in golf, it’s often the Indian, not the arrow. Nevertheless, as philosopher and PGA champion Jeff Sluman once remarked, “Sometimes a club just has to die.” A belief on full display at the Panasonic Open.
Sturehed stretches away at MENA Tour Championship with course record 63 as Joy closes in on Elson in OOM race
Swede Henric Sturehed sped away from the field with a course record 63 as Luke Joy made the race within the race at the $100,000 MENA Tour Championship altogether more interesting at Al Zorah on Tuesday.
Joe Heraty is relishing his return to the scene of his emotional Kuwait win 12 months ago.
Elson ends 14-year wait for second tour victory, on cusp of winning multiple European and PGA Tour starts
Former European Tour player Jamie Elson has ended a 14-year wait for his second victory in a professional tour event and the consequences of the dramatic playoff win could be life-altering.
Dubai-resident Mathiam Keyser will look to extend his golden purple patch to an incredible four successive wins when he opens the defence of his PGM MNRB Championship title on the Asian Development Tour (ADT) Wednesday.
Josh Burack, the Chief Executive Officer of the Asian Tour, has had to hit the ground running since coming on board in October 2016. His experience in sponsorship, media rights and ...
Sang-Moon Bae will make his return at next month’s Shinhan Donghae Open, an event co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and Korean PGA.
The MENA Tour will make a maiden journey to Jordan and is also set to take its flagship $100,000 Tour Championship to a new venue later in October. The new ‘Jordan’s ...
Dubai-based amateur Michael Harradine admits he has some serious soul searching to do after a fifth fruitless attempt to earn an Asian Tour card. The 33-year-old Swiss national team representative carded ...