Ewen Murray has had the privilege of commentating on some of the most exciting moments in golf during his years at Sky.
Jack Nicklaus and his 60-year love affair with The Masters: How The Bear plotted a course to greatness
This year marks the 60th anniversary since a precocious teenager called Jack Nicklaus first walked through the doors of Augusta National.
With better weather arriving and the clocks changing to British Summer Time then it's a great opportunity to focus on outdoor pursuits, especially if you love golf and the camaraderie of playing a round with friends or simply indulging your passion to improve your handicap on some of Scotland's finest golf courses.
Brandon Stone, Russell Knox and Lee Westwood to compete in Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open this summer
BRANDON STONE will defend his Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open title at The Renaissance Club this summer.
Bernard Gallacher: Foursomes will be the key to Ryder Cup success – there can be no repeat of Hazeltine whitewash
THE Ryder Cup just gets bigger and better with every match.
BERNARD GALLACHER has called for a change in the format of the Ryder Cup.
Major Wednesday: Who will tame the beast at Carnoustie, and which Rory McIlroy will turn up at The Open?
THE World Cup has finally finished and the nets have been taken down at Wimbledon. But fear not sports fans, the summer is not over yet as we prepare for the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie.
Major Thursday: Shinnecock Hills should be the perfect setting for the world’s best players to do battle in the US Open
FOR the rest of the sporting world, all eyes are on Russia and the football World Cup.
IAN POULTER hopes his return to the US Open is merely a step towards the comeback he wants above all – a Ryder Cup one.
AN international field of 288 elite men’s amateur golfers will descend on the North East of Scotland later this month all possessing one aim – to lift The Amateur Championship trophy and with it secure a spot in The 147th Open at Carnoustie in July.
STEPHEN GALLACHER has been right behind the European Tour’s efforts to crack down on slow play.