Open Championship 2018: Greater participation, improved performances from Asians highlight rise of golf in continent
Members of the Asian Tour may not have set the Open Championship on fire with their performances, but there is no doubt that the world is slowly sitting up and taking note of them.
Open Championships 2018: Francesco Molinari in 'disbelief' after becoming first Italian to win a Major
Molinari outshone reigning champion Jordan Spieth, a revived Tiger Woods and the rest of the field as he shot a flawless round of 69 to finish on eight under par around the Scottish links and win the title by two shots.
The 42-year-old American — a 14 time Major winner — returned to competitive golf this season after missing most of the previous two years through injury and finished tied for 32nd at last month's Masters.
Three-time major winner Jordan Spieth regained second spot in the world golf rankings on Monday despite losing to top-ranked Dustin Johnson in a play-off at the Northern Trust Open on Sunday.
Lahiri will try to better his own record for the best finish ever by an Indian at a Major, as he seeks to improve on his tied-fifth place at the 2015 PGA Championship.
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British Open 2017: Jordan Spieth's mental fortitude helped him stage gritty recovery and clinch title
A final round full of drama, a tale of mental fortitude and Jordan Spieth's transition from ice cold to red hot headlined the 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.
World No 3 Jordan Spieth matched the course record 65 with a blemish-free card, making five birdies on the 2nd, 8th, 9th, 14th and 17th, hitting 15 greens in regulation along the way.
British Open 2017 preview: Royal Birkdale course, unpredictable weather add intrigue to wide-open field
Royal Birkdale is hosting the British Open for the 10th time and here's a preview of the main contenders for the championship.
Kapur has learned from his past experience and hopes to put it to good use when he makes his third appearance at the British Open.
World number one Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy will play together in the first two rounds of the British Open at Royal Birkdale, it was announced Monday.
Anirban Lahiri, one of India's all-time great golfers will represent the country at Rio Olympics 2016 after the sport made a return to the world's top sporting extravaganza after a gap of 112 years
Record-breaking Swede Henrik Stenson became the first Scandinavian male to capture a major when he won the British Open on Sunday, beating Phil Mickelson in an extraordinary final-round duel.
France Davis Cup captain, riders at the Tour de France and golfers at the British Open led tributes from the world of sport to the victims of Nice attacks.
India's Anirban Lahiri made a fine start, but still left with a feeling that it could have been way better but for the putter on the opening day of the Open late on Thursday.
A great start to the final round was undone on the back nine for Anirban Lahiri
"I just wish I'd given myself a little better opportunity," Spieth, who would have become the youngest ever world number one had he won, said.
Johnson wiped tears from his eyes before hugging his wife as he walked off the 18th green to pick up the coveted Claret Jug and a first prize of 1.15 million pounds ($1.79 million).
Jordan Spieth fuelled his hopes of becoming just the second player to win the first three majors of the year when he fired a third round six-under 66.
Dustin Johnson led the British Open at the halfway stage at St Andrews on Saturday on a day that saw one of the worst wind delays in the tournament's history.