- LIMITED-EDITION TIMEPIECES RECALL HEYDAY OF RYDER CUP LEGENDS FALDO AND BALLESTEROS
With the 40th Ryder Cup now over, and another glorious win for Team Europe, what better time for collectors to acquire a Jaermann & St?bi watch with a personal connection to two of the event's biggest contributors: Sir Nick Faldo and the late Seve Ballesteros.
- THE BOSS OF WATH - FARMER REAPS THREE ACES IN 15 DAYS
A farmer from Rotherham has laid claim to being the luckiest golfer in Britain after achieving the staggering feat of scoring three holes-in-one ... in just 15 days.
- New Prescription Sports Eyewear from Sunglasses For Sport
Sunglasses For Sport Ltd, the specialist online retailer of sports sunglasses and eyewear, has just added a totally new prescription-ready model to its Evolution 'house brand' range. Called Evolution Geneva RX, it's a really clever design featuring an 'inner frame' for the lenses - this basically means that whilst the sunglass frame is sports style the lenses are not too curved, making it a much easier job for the optician; most opticians are unable to make curved prescription lenses and this innovative design overcomes the problem.
- CLYBURN SETS STRONG EARLY PACE IN TOP JUNIOR EVENT AT QUINTA DO LAGO
Lincolnshire's India Clyburn produced a brilliant course record 69 on the redesigned and newly-opened North Course to head a strong nine-girl field by five shots on the opening day at the Telegraph BMW Junior Championships at Quinta do Lago.
- 792nd IN THE WORLD, BUT OLIVER WILSON WINS AT LAST IN THE ALFRED DUNHILL LINKS CHAMPIONSHIP
ST ANDREWS, October 5, 2014 - They all came to the Old Course to cheer the world's leading golfer Rory McIlroy to yet another victory, but it was England's Oliver Wilson, the overnight leader, who went away with the respect of the Scottish galleries after winning the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship by one shot.
- RORY McILROY HOPING FOR A BIRTHDAY TREAT FOR DAD GERRY AFTER BRILLIANT 64 ON THE OLD COURSE
ST ANDREWS, October 4, 2014 - The world?s top golfer Rory McIlroy goes out on the Old Course in the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship tomorrow determined to deliver the best birthday present ever to his father Gerry. The world No.1 shot a brilliant 64 in the third round at St Andrews today to put himself just three shots behind England's Oliver Wilson.
- MAGNIFIQUE - BIRDIE, BIRDIE FINISH GIVES JACQUELIN HALFWAY LEAD, BUT RORY McILROY SHOOTS 67 TO MOVE JUST FIVE BEHIND IN ALFRED DUNHILL LINKS
ST ANDREWS, October 3, 2014 - Birdies on the last two holes at Kingsbarns lifted France's Raphael Jacquelin to the top of the leaderboard at the halfway stage of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.