Scottish Golf has confirmed that golfers will be able to play in fourballs from Friday with no restrictions on the number of households.
There are just 10 days left to enter this year’s Evening Express Champion of Champions competitions.
Golf: Paul Lawrie hoping Europe’s top players will descend on Scottish Senior Open at Royal Aberdeen later this year
Paul Lawrie is relishing the prospect of hosting the Scottish Senior Open in his home city.
Greg Ingram has extra incentive to win the Hazlehead and Inverurie club championships this year.
Stonehaven are celebrating breaking into the top 100 courses in Scotland.
Callum Cromar is aiming to take advantage of working from home and the chance to represent Lumphanan in the Evening Express Champion of Champions.
Bill Maitland is happy to be taking to Fraserburgh’s fairways for a 75th year – just days after receiving his Covid-19 vaccine.
Peterculter have appointed Nairn Dunbar’s Gary Lister as their new head professional.
Portlethen are set to stage this year’s Northern Open from June 1-4.
Ice and snow put paid to most golf in the north-east during the last week.
David Law admits he has relished relaxing with his family during the festive season.
Three festive north-east competitions have fallen victim to the latest Covid restrictions.
Fraserburgh Golf Club members have reason to look forward to a brighter new year in 2021.
Golf has exploded across the UK this year, including in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, with many clubs reporting increases in both membership and rounds played.
Hazlehead captain Ross Watt is delighted the MacKenzie course in Aberdeen is on the way back to its former glory days.
Martin Gilbert is set to become the chairman of Scottish Golf.
Cullen Golf Club forced to put 150th anniversary celebrations on hold – but promise to mark milestone next year
Cullen have put their 150th anniversary celebrations at the Old Tom Morris-designed course on hold until next year.
Aberdeen’s Michele Thomson helped Denmark’s Emily Pedersen complete a “Saudi sweep” after victory in both the team and individual events in the Saudi Ladies Team International.
The Masters usually signals the start of the golf season but this week it comes near the end of a year to forget.
Scottish Golf president David Fleming hopes game isn’t shutdown in Scotland after Wales announcement
Scottish Golf president David Fleming will be downhearted if the game north of the border follows Wales into a second lockdown.
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.
Rachel Mathieson smashed the ladies’ course record at Newburgh-on-Ythan on the way to booking her place in the Junior European Open finals in Spain.
Today's round at the Renaissance Club looks likely to be Aberdonian Major winner Paul Lawrie's final 18 holes on the European Tour.
Jamie Wilson’s new laid-back approach has paid dividends at Newmachar this season.
Chris Maclean was thrilled to put previous play-off heartache behind him by triumphing at the Royal Dornoch Masters.
Retiring professional Frank Coutts will lend a helping hand to find his successor at Deeside.
Paul Lawrie has hailed the “huge boost” of a Scottish Open place for the winner of his Tartan Pro Tour order of merit.
Sean Low set a new course record at Turriff – but only found out the good news in the pro shop minutes later.
Golf: Peterhead’s David Anderson defies odds of 67 million-to-one as he hits two holes-in-one in a single round
David Anderson defied odds of 67 million-to-one by carding two holes-in-one during his weekend medal round at Peterhead.