- LEE WESTWOOD GETS BEHIND THE 2015 NATIONAL GOLF CLUB CHALLENGE IN SUPPORT OF HELP FOR HEROES
Lee Westwood OBE has thrown his weight behind the 2015 National Golf Club Challenge amateur charity golf tournament, which will once again unite hundreds of golf clubs throughout the UK to compete against each other, while at the same time fundraise in support of Help for Heroes.
- LOPES AND CLYBURN TAKE TOP JUNIOR HONOURS AT QUINTA DO LAGO
Vitor Lopes, the sponsors' invite, produced a fine performance to claim the 2014 Telegraph BMW Junior Championship Boys title at the prestigious Quinta do Lago resort in Portugal, holding off a stiff challenge from Rhys Nevin-Wharton.
- Feature No 4010 - ROYAL GOLF CLUBS
This Summer's British Seniors Open Championship hosted at Royal Porthcawl was a huge success both the club, the superb golf course and for the reputation of the German maestro Bernhard Langer. It attracted golf journalists and reporter from all corners of the world, and praise from the players who tackled the classic links course.
- LEADING SCOTTISH GOLFER'S REPLICA RYDER CUP AT BONHAMS EDINBURGH SPORTING SALE
A replica silver-gilt Ryder Cup given to leading Scottish golfer Harry Bannerman to mark his participation in the 1971 competition is to be sold at Bonhams Sporting Sale in Edinburgh on 5 November. It is estimated at £ 5,000-8,000.
- McGINLEY UNVEILS REVAMPED NORTH COURSE AT QUINTA DO LAGO
European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley brought a busy few months to a memorable end in when he officially opened his latest golf course design project the eagerly-awaited redeveloped North Course at Portugal's prestigious Quinta do Lago resort.
- NEVIN-WHARTON FIGHTS BACK AT QUINTA DO LAGO AS CLYBURN CLOSES IN ON MORE GLORY
Cheshire's Rhys Nevin-Wharton is in contention to win this year's Telegraph BMW Junior Championships after fighting back brilliantly to lie four shots behind Portugal's Vitor Lopes, the sponsors' invite.
- Feature No 4001 - TEN TREMENDOUS TEMPTATIONS
Every golfer has his or her favourite course, the choice is limitless, but when faced with the task of selecting ten of the best, it borders on the impossible. Having played over eight hundred courses in thirty seven different countries, I could beg for a few extras. However the task has to be faced, so here are my ten personal favourites, I refuse to call them the best, for that would be an injustice to every other. These ten are all in the United Kingdom, deliberately, accessible and within traveling distance to anyone who feels inclined to follow any my recommendations.