Golfing World: Brian Huggett player profile
Golfing World chats with Welsh golfing legend Brian Huggett who once mixed it with some of the biggest and best names the world of golf has ever seen
Golfing World: Gary Player's Open memories
Golfing World chats with the legend that is Gary Player about his memories of playing in, and watching The Open Championship
Golfing World: Inside the Game - Harrington and the Open
Padraig Harrington takes us through his experience at the Open Championship
King courses: Top 5 "Royal" tracks
Matt Ginella defines what is a "Royal" course and ranks the top 5. Watch Morning Drive everyday on Golf Channel.
Golfing World: Get to know Mark Wiebe
We sit down with defending Senior Open champion Mark Wiebe ahead of this year’s senior Open.hopefully brings out the best in me again this year. After defeating Bernhard Langer on the fifth hole of a playoff at Royal Brookville last year, Wiebe insists that he'll come back stronger than ever to defend his title. I can't wait to see the golf course and, and see what's in store for us. But to hold that title for a year is, is a special feeling. Also
R&A 'still some distance' from taking Open to Portrush
The R&A on Sunday denied recent media reports that the Open Championship is very likely to return to Royal Portrush in 2019.
Reports: Royal Portrush gets '19 Open Champ.
Reports indicate that the R&A will announce the 2019 Open Championship will be played at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland.
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
Trump Turnberry? The Donald reportedly eyes major venue
Geoff Shackelford talks about Donald Trump's interest in buying Turnberry, Peter Dawson's legacy, and Royal Portrush's potential for an Open Championship. Watch Morning Drive everyday at 7 AM ET.the greatest roster of open championship winners, it's just stunning how that golf course produces great championships every time. This is I, I, I had heard little rumblings about this and David you probably remember Iit mean, does he rename it Trump Turnberry? Does he change the golf course ? Oh I think he leaves the course and I hope he does. But wow the name, that is going to be you know it's something we thought about when he, his golf course in Scotland and he named after himself. Throws in the world international, but boy, Turnberry is one of those iconic names whatterms of distance. And he turned it on and add to the golf course architecture side and felt that was the way to, to handle these things and I'm not a big fan of that, but
PGA prez: Royal Portrush could be a major fit
PGA of America president Ted Bishop thinks that Royal Portrush in Ireland may be the international course to consider for the PGA Championship.