The future of women’s golf has never looked brighter. Following Europe’s success in the 2021 Solheim Cup, Bernard Gallacher picks 9 women’s golfers to look out for in 2022.
After a disrupted 2020, golf was keen to bounce back strong in 2021. We chat to Bernard Gallacher about the year’s highs and lows, and look ahead to 2022.
To mark the 10th anniversary of Seve Ballesteros’ passing, we speak to three men who knew him well to get their recollections of him.
1. St Andrews It won’t surprise anyone to learn that St Andrews is top of my list – and always has been. You feel a sense of atmosphere when you stand on the first tee there. You can picture Young and Old Tom Morris teeing up in the exact same spot. St Andrews has plenty […]
It might have been held in November without patrons, but the 2020 Masters still served up the same drama and excitement as its predecessors.
Our survey of 4,322 golfers has found that 97% are regularly playing and a third believe lockdown created a new generation of players.