Martha Brass Appointed Non-Executive Director of the European Tour

  The European Tour recently announced the appointment of Martha Brass, one of the foremost figures in television entertainment, production and distribution, as a Non-Executive Director effective Monday, March 26.

The R&A and USGA Release 2017 Distance Study

The R&A and the USGA have completed the annual review of driving distance in golf, producing a research report that documents and evaluates important findings from the 2017 season.

Indian Stars Hail Sharma’s Heroics at WGC-Mexico Championship

  Asian Tour stalwarts Jeev Milkha Singh, Arjun Atwal and Anirban Lahiri heaped praises on Shubhankar Sharma who produced a gutsy performance at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship. The 21-year-old

Asian Stars Sharma and Kiradech Shine at the WGC-Mexico Championship

  Thai star Kiradech Aphibarnrat and young Indian talent Shubhankar Sharma earned plaudits for their battling display at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship which was won by American Phil Mickelson.

Mickelson the Master of Mexico

  Phil Mickelson eclipsed a moment of magic from Justin Thomas to beat his compatriot in a play-off at the WGC – Mexico Championship and secure his first title since

Michelle Wie Wins HSBC Women’s World Championship in Singapore

  Michelle Wie, who had not won since her 2014 US Open, left herself with some unfinished business here at Sentosa last year when she fell away in the final

Nisbet Makes Amazing Comeback to Win ISPS HANDA New Zealand Open

  Australia’s Daniel Nisbet staged an amazing comeback by overturning a six-shot deficit to clinch a deserving victory with a final round nine-under-par 62 at the ISPS HANDA New Zealand

Meghan MacLaren Claims First Ladies European Tour Win with Victory in NSW Open

  England’s Meghan MacLaren held her overnight lead to win the Women’s New South Wales Open and claim her first Ladies European Tour title in Australia. MacLaren, 23, from Northamptonshire,

India’s Sharma on the Cusp of Glory at WGC-Mexico Championship

Young Indian prospect Shubhankar Sharma will face the most important 18 holes of his golfing life yet on Sunday after he bravely maintained his overnight two-shot lead following the third round of the US$10 million World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship.

Meghan Makes Her Move in NSW Open

  England’s Meghan MacLaren fired her best score on the Ladies European Tour – a six-under-par 65 – to move to 10-under-par and take a two-stroke lead into the final

Joshi Maps Out Game Plan for the Hero Indian Open

Rising Indian star Khalin Joshi plans to adopt a more patient approach when he contends at the US$1.75 million Hero Indian Open next week. The 25-year-old Joshi, who enjoyed a commendable top-10 finish at the Maybank Championship in Malaysia last month

Stunning Sharma Eclipses Stars to Lead WGC-Mexico Championship

India’s Shubhankar Sharma upstaged the game’s biggest stars when he shot to the top of the leaderboard at the US$10 million World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship after a brilliant five-under 66 gave him a two-shot lead on Friday

Dreher and Park Share Halfway Lead at Women’s NSW Open

New South Wales amateur Jihye Park and Justine Dreher of France moved into a share of the halfway lead on day two of the Women’s NSW Open in Australia.

ADT Talents Gather For Richard Mille Brunei Championships

  Reigning Asian Development Tour (ADT) Order of Merit champion Pannakorn Uthaipas will lead a host of talented players to the inaugural Richard Mille Brunei Championships next week. The burly

Louis Near his Sweet-Swinging Best to Lead in Mexico

A flawless seven under par 64 saw Louis Oosthuizen set the pace on day one of the WGC – Mexico Championship. The South African, seeking a first World Golf Championships title in his 33rd appearance, carded five birdies before a late eagle saw him snatch the outright lead.