Laurie Canter will look to recover from the heartbreak of missing out on his first European Tour title as he continues to reap the benefit of swapping practice for competitive “money games”.
England’s Ross McGowan ended a wait of 11 years and 15 days to claim his second European Tour title with a dramatic victory at the Italian Open.
Adrian Otaegui carded a blistering final round of 63 to win the Scottish Championship title ahead of a chasing pack dominated by British talent at Fairmont St Andrews.
Matt Wallace revealed his mind was not even on playing good golf as he carded an excellent bogey-free 66 to take control after three days of the Scottish Championship.
Golf: Ross Cameron takes holiday from supermarket job in Peterhead – as he gets ready for European Tour debut
Peterhead golfer Ross Cameron will have Ladies European Tour star Michele Thomson as his caddie when he makes his European Tour debut tomorrow.
It’s a long way from Las Vegas to Wentworth, but Sin City was very much on the minds of joint leaders Shane Lowry and Matt Fitzpatrick at the halfway stage of the BMW PGA Championship.
Today's round at the Renaissance Club looks likely to be Aberdonian Major winner Paul Lawrie's final 18 holes on the European Tour.
Aberdeen golfer Richie Ramsay sees no reason why there can’t be a home winner at this week’s ASI Scottish Open.
John Henderson says he’s still got plenty to play for despite the disappointment of missing out on the World Grand Prix.
George Coetzee put himself in contention to win for the second week in a row after his eagle-birdie finish handed him a one-shot lead ahead of the final round of the Portugal Masters.
Former world number one Martin Kaymer is determined to focus on the positives after coming close to ending his six-year victory drought.
Paul Lawrie has hailed the “huge boost” of a Scottish Open place for the winner of his Tartan Pro Tour order of merit.
American John Catlin and his caddie Nathan Mulrooney have been withdrawn from this week’s English Championship at Hanbury Manor by the European Tour after they breached Covid-19 protocol.
Sam Horsfield will take a one-shot lead into the final day of the Hero Open despite a stumbling finish to his third round in Birmingham.
For the second Friday in succession England’s Sam Horsfield surged into contention for a maiden European Tour title at the Hero Open.
It wasn’t nearly as spectacular on a dreich second day in the Close House bio-bubble in Newcastle, but Aberdeen’s David Law ensured he kept his momentum going to stay well in the hunt for the Betfred British Masters.
Aberdeen golfer David Law hopes breaking the course record at Hazlehead bodes well for his European Tour return later this month.
Aberdeen's Gemma Dryburgh is thrilled by the prospect of competing in the inaugural Justin Rose Ladies Series this season.
The European Tour will resume on July 22 with a run of six tournaments over six weeks in the UK.
Aberdeen’s European Tour winner David Law: Return of sports like golf will come with mental health boost
Golf clubs in Scotland have been told to prepare for a return to golf as early as next Friday.
When the first buds of spring start appearing Greig Hutcheon is normally dusting down his clubs for another crack at the Tartan Tour.
This year's Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open has been cancelled due to coronavirus.
Aberdeen’s David Law accepts he may not get the opportunity to defend his ISPS Handa Vic Open title next month.
David Law is relishing his second season on the European Tour next year.
Globetrotters Iain Buchan and Jon Roberts are to fly on a return journey of more than 7,000 miles after winning a golf holiday in Dubai.
Paul Lawrie is aiming to take on the world’s best Seniors on both sides of the Atlantic this year.
Ben Read has followed in the footsteps of north-east professionals Richie Ramsay and Greig Hutcheon by winning the Spence Trophy... aged just 15.
Aberdeen’s David Law has described the “relief” and “high” of obtaining his European Tour card.
Aberdeen's David Law was among the four Scottish golfers to secure graduation from the Challenge Tour to next year's European Tour.
David Law missed out on earning his European Tour card by just three shots but the Aberdonian is upbeat about his career heading in the right direction.