A 94-year-old golf club in Salford with 290 members closed on September 30, citing the financial situation brought about by
Interview: European Tour golfer Sam Horsfield talks Halloween with Hughie Fury, lessons from ‘Postman’ Poulter, and aiming big
His journey to the top of the golfing world is still a work in progress. If he can transpose the successes of his amateur career into his efforts on tour, we could be looking at another Manchester-born sports star.
It’s a rare occurrence to see the sun shining over a normally gloomy Manchester, which is why so many Mancunians are quick to make the most of the warm weather.
A YouGov poll has found that golf is the most boring sport to watch according to a sample of more than 1,500 Brits.
There’s something in the air at Royal Birkdale, a sense that the waiting could be over and a stirring of latent local expectation. Whisper it quietly but the English are coming.
LET stars Sophie Walker, Amy Boulden and Carly Booth helped take over Manchester’s EventCity during the May Day bank holiday weekend for another edition of American Golf’s free golf show.
This weekend American Golf and the European Tour are hosting the only free show of the year at EventCity.
Alderley Edge’s Isobel Wardle will collect her GCSE results like every other Year 11 student this week, but the Cheadle Hulme pupil will do so knowing that, whatever happens, she has had the best summer of her budding golf career.
‘Difficult euphoria’: 2014 Ryder Cup hero Donaldson unlucky but Macclesfield man will return, says Dougherty
Two years ago Macclesfield’s Jamie Donaldson’s world turned upside-down when he hit the shot that won Europe the Ryder Cup.
She might not be taking a traditional route on the LPGA Tour, but Stockport sensation Bronte Law has the ability to succeed according to Britain’s most successful female golfer, Dame Laura Davies.
In an industry where millions of pounds are on the line, not to mention millions of eyes being cast, doing the right thing can sometimes be lost yet for every bad showing of sportsmanship there’s a showing of good.