Curtis Strange

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Brooks Koepka of the United States celebrates with the winner’s trophy after the final round of the 2018 US Open at Shinnecock Hills. Photo: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

Reigning US Open and US PGA champion Brooks Koepka has been voted PGA Tour player of the year for 2018. Koepka became the first player since Curtis S(...)

Team Europe fans during the Fourballs match on day two of the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National. Photograph: PA

The 1st hole of the Albatros course at Le Golf National runs 420 yards, down around a dogleg curve that turns away from the large pond you have to cro(...)

A general view of the first tee ahead of the 42nd Ryder Cup 2018 at Le Golf National in Paris, France. Photo: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

The Ryder Cup has become a monster. You only have to look at the sheer scale of the grandstand wrapped around the first tee to realise just how big it(...)

Brooks Koepka holds up the Golf Champion Trophy after winning the US Open Golf at Shinnecock Hills,  Southampton, N.Y. Photograph: Carolyn Kaster/AP

While Brooks Koepka posed with the US Trophy by the 18th green at Shinnecock Hills on Sunday evening, Ricky Elliott had a prize of his own. As is tr(...)

Brooks Koepka of the United States and caddie Richard Elliott celebrate on the 18th green after the final round of the 2018 US Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, New York. Photo: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

Brooks Koepka didn’t want to give the silverware back, so he didn’t. The 28-year-old American benefited from a softer final round setup, on a course c(...)

Philip Price of Europe celebrates on the 16th green after a 3 & 2 victory over Phil Mickelson during the final day singles of the 34th Ryder Cup matches between Europe and the USA at the De Vere Belfry in Sutton Coldfield, England on September 29, 2002. Europe won 15.5 to 12.5. Photo:  Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

European captain Sam Torrance sidled up to Philip Price on the putting green ahead of the Sunday singles in the 2002 Ryder Cup at the Belfry and told (...)

Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy jokes with his caddie JP Fitzgerald during yesterday’s practice round prior to today’s opening round of the 114th US Open at Pinehurst’s No.2 course in North Carolina. Photograph: Tyler Lecka/Getty Images

When you have the all-time career Major record holder as a trusted advisor, the world isn’t quite so complicated. No longer merely a boy wonder, Rory (...)

The par-five 10th at Pinehurst. The renovation of the course, described as “funky” by coach Pete Cowen, meant the removal of more than 40 acres of rough, which was replaced by native vegetation that includes clumps of wiregrass on sandy areas adjoining the fairways. Photograph: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

The view from the 18th green back down the fairway which will determine the eventual winner of this 114th US Open is the stuff of picture postcards. O(...)

Curtis Strange: “I think the longer it goes the more fortunate I realise I was. I’d say you can play well and still not win.” Photo:  Harry How/Getty Images

If Justin Rose manages to pull off back-to-back feats in retaining the US Open trophy this week at Pinehurst, then one of the first phone calls he ca(...)

Spain’s  Sergio Garcia: and England’s Justin Rose played in a 15-inch-hole event at the Reynolds Plantation resort recently. Photograph: Getty Images

Golf holes the size of pizzas. Soccer balls on the back nine. A mulligan on every hole. These are some of the measures – some would say gimmick(...)