Sky pundit Ewen Murray is delighted to resurrect his links with the north-east by flying the flag for Fraserburgh.
This weekend’s two-day Scottish Par 3 Championship at Paul Lawrie Golf Centre – the second stop on the 1999 Open champion’s new Tartan Pro Tour – looks likely to be cancelled.
Kiran Nolan achieved one of his golfing goals by lifting the Kemnay club championship for the first time.
Ellon McDonald and Newburgh will be among the first to host “opens” in the north-east since lockdown restrictions eased.
Barrie Edmond may not be playing all the golf he wanted this season, but he has still achieved two burning ambitions.
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.
The future is bright at Auchmill after community spirit put a real buzz into the Aberdeen club.
A surprise watery test awaits golfers at Aboyne’s sixth hole.
Waiting game for Aberdeen’s Gemma Dryburgh after double success as uncertainty remains over Scottish Open qualification
Double-winning Gemma Dryburgh has secured her place in this year’s AIG Women’s British Open.
Scottish golf clubs are gearing up for one of their most important days of a generation tomorrow.
Aberdeen’s Gemma Dryburgh made it back-to-back wins on the Rose Ladies Series by claiming victory in the first ever women’s professional golf tournament held at Royal St George’s.
Aberdeen skipper Joe Lewis signs on as Newmachar Golf Club ambassador and reveals which Don has the best swing
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis will "promote golf to people of all ages and abilities" after signing on as Newmachar's club ambassador.
Aberdeen golfer David Law hopes breaking the course record at Hazlehead bodes well for his European Tour return later this month.
Many golfers were surprised by the news from Scottish Golf that opens were still off limits despite the lifting of the five-mile travel ban.
Paul Lawrie has announced the launch of a new six-event golf tour in Scotland to help golfers north of the border.
Evening Express Champion of Champions title-holder Barrie shrugs off 10-week absence to shoot 60 at Kings Links
Bon Accord’s Barrie Edmond played down shrugging off a 10-week lockdown absence to card an 11-under-par 60 at the Kings Links.
The tee-times race has eased for thousands of Scottish golfers.
Cruden Bay are hoping First Minister Nicola Sturgeon gives them the green light to finally tee off their season in style this weekend.
Healthcare heroes are being handed a big thank-you offer by Newburgh-on-Ythan.
Golf is still treading warily after its return but you can still improve or keep your handicap despite a lack of medal play.
Newmachar chairman Gordon Angus is “overawed” by members’ response as they walk a financial tightrope.
Portlethen have been dealt the worst hand possible this season, forcing the club to impose a £100 levy on its members.
The North-east District Golf Association has finally had to admit defeat to the coronavirus pandemic despite the sport’s return in Scotland this week.
Twoballs, fourballs, rakes, flag-sticks, toilets? – These are guidelines for clubs as golf gears up for return in Scotland
Scottish Golf are recommending only casual golf be played while phase one of the government’s four-phase “road map” is in progress.
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.
Chairman Gordon Angus believes Newmachar Golf Club will emerge stronger than ever after the coronavirus pandemic despite applying a levy of up to £150 on members.
Scotland captain Matt Clark admits he is surprised the nation’s amateur calendar has been wiped out so early in the season.
When the first buds of spring start appearing Greig Hutcheon is normally dusting down his clubs for another crack at the Tartan Tour.
Portlethen captain Dave Fleming says he is a pragmatist but admits he is holding his breath over this year’s Scottish Amateur Championship.
Tarland treasurer Raymond Reid admits his club – like many other Scottish courses – is facing an uphill battle to stay open.