Will the 2019 US Masters live up to expectations with so many top players in form or will a dark horse steal in and take the green jacket? Photo: Getty Images

Here’s the thing about betting on the Masters: it is, by a long way, the most popular golf tournament anywhere for betting, it has the smallest field (...)

Rory McIlroy is five shots behind leader Justin Thomas in the rain-delayed Genesis Open. Photograph: Yong Teck Lim/Getty

Justin Thomas took a one-shot lead over Adam Scott as play was suspended at the rain-delayed Genesis Open. The American finished the final six holes (...)

Jordan Spieth during the the first round of the 2019 Sony Open in Hawaii. Photograph: PA

Canadian rookie Adam Svensson has taken the early lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii after carding a first-round nine-under 61. American Andrew Putnam i(...)

 US golfer Patton Kizzire after winning the PGA OHL Classic at Mayakoba, in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Photograph: PA

Patton Kizzire survived a late charge by Rickie Fowler to clinch his breakthrough win on the PGA Tour with a one-shot victory at the OHL Classic at Ma(...)

Bryson DeChambeau booked his place in the British Open with victory in Illinois. Photograph: Andy Lyons/Getty

Bryson DeChambeau birdied the last two holes to snatch victory at the John Deere Classic in Illinois and seal the last place in the field for next wee(...)

Jon Rahm of Spain celebrates his eagle putt on the 18th hole during the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines South in San Diego, California. Photo: Donald Miralle/Getty Images

After signing his scorecard on Sunday, Jon Rahm was hustled to a television interview before he had time to retrieve his Rolex wristwatch from his gol(...)

Justin Rose lost his lead of the Farmers Insurance Open on Saturday. Photograph: AP

Justin Rose lost his lead of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines to Patrick Rodgers and Brandt Snedeker after a tough third round on Saturday. (...)

Ireland’s five Walker Cup winners Gavin Moynihan, Paul Dunne, Cormac Sharvin, Gary Hurley and Jack Hume with Britain and Ireland captain Nigel Edwards after their triumph at Royal Lytham & St Annes. Photograph: David Cannon/R&A/via Getty Images

One day you are playing golf for fun and the next you are playing for your living. So how is the transition and what does it mean for three of the (...)

Paul Dunne: produced an amazing display at the British Open where he was co-leader with a round to go.  Photograph: Paul Childs/Reuters

Nigel Edwards won’t feel pressure when he sits down this weekend to draw up the Walker Cup team to face the USA. When the 10 names are announced on Mo(...)

Fergus (16) and Nathaniel (23) Ogden. Photograph: RNLI

When brothers Nathaniel and Fergus Ogden set off from Baltimore in June to sail around Ireland in a small boat not much bigger than a dinghy, two sun-(...)

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