Golfing World: Tiger making return
Tiger’s is due to make his return to the game this weekend after his back surgery earlier this year and Northern Ireland has a new professional golfer to look out for.
Ginella's top 5 Courses in Northern Ireland
Matt Ginella reveals his top 5 courses to play in Northern Ireland. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Ginella's top 5 courses in Northern Ireland
Travel guru Matt Ginella reveals his top 5 courses in northern Ireland. Watch Morning Drive every day on Golf Channel.
MD headlines: Can U.S. women sweep majors?
Can the U.S. Women take home another major championship? Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.
Golfing World: Catching up with Shane Lowry
We have a chat with recent runner-up at the BMW PGA Championship and Ryder Cup 2014 outsider Shane Lowry.Rory McIlroy ended a turbulent week by winning the BMW PGA Championship . In doing so, he picked his close friend Shane Lowry to a third European Tour title. Despite picking up a check for over half a million euro and climbing 68 places in the world rankings, Larry wasn't entirely happy with his week at Wentworth. Disappointed to be honest. I was just, I feel like I played the back nine, good enough to win. I, I hit, I think I hit, feel like I hit only one bad shot and that was on the 13 tee. And you know, got a bit, got a bit unlucky there. Although, you know, it was a bad tee shot to be in that little bush was you know, a little bit unlucky. And played, played the holes lovely from there. And
It's official: Open heading back to Royal Portrush
One of the worst-kept secrets in golf is now official: Royal Portrush has been invited to host the Open Championship, though the tournament date has not yet been announced.
Golfing World: Royal Portrush Special
Today’s GW News comes from Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland, which will host the Amateur Championship this week. It has also now been announced that Portrush will soon host The Open Championship too.this is G.W News from a very sunny Royal Port Rush in Northern Ireland . It was here yesterday that our R&A Chief Executive Peter Dawson, announced that once again. The famous old links behind me, willthe R&A are delighted to have it back. It's such a wonderful golf course . It's a true links course. It's got all of the sand hills , the undulations, the dunes that you've been looking for on a links course. And it's very well served here, actually, by Rhodes. It's, it's, it's already a. A holiday destinations, there's, there's lots of accommodation. The infrastructure really is pretty good. And we can wait to get back. Northern Ireland first man, Mr.Peter Robinson was also here yesterday and he was keen to stress how this point to a brighter future for a country of great troubled past. There's reputational damage for a course of our past. We want people to think of Northern Ireland and immediately then think of golf. You've got, almost 100 million people will be watching by the time we have this tournament on television. The one thing that we have believed in Northern Ireland , is that we can handle big events. The Open is unlikely to return to Royal Port Rush before 2019. We may have