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Hatton banishes Ryder blues to lead Dunhill Links

Hatton banishes Ryder blues to lead Dunhill Links

Two-time winner Tyrrell Hatton has shaken off any Ryder Cup blues by earning a share of the opening round lead at one of his favourite tournaments, the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. 1 Oct 2021
The Preview: Alfred Dunhill Links Championship

The Preview: Alfred Dunhill Links Championship

The European Tour returns to action this week, with the last event on British soil before the end of the season and it promises to be huge with an impressive cast of amateurs and celebrities teeing up alongside Tour stars at the Home of Golf. Here is all you need to know. 28 Sep 2021
Winner’s Bag: Anna Nordqvist – AIG Women’s Open

Winner’s Bag: Anna Nordqvist – AIG Women’s Open

Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist captured her third major title on a dramatic final day of the 2021 major season at Carnoustie on Sunday. Here is what Nordqvist, who shot weekend rounds of 65-69, had in the bag in Scotland. 23 Aug 2021
Minjee Lee charge falls just short at Open

Minjee Lee charge falls just short at Open

Minjee Lee has produced another of her ‘Sunday specials’ but the Australian's final round charge was not enough to earn her back-to-back major wins as Sweden's Anna Nordqvist took the Women's Open Championship at Carnoustie. 23 Aug 2021
Nelly shares Women's Open lead, Aussies within reach

Nelly shares Women's Open lead, Aussies within reach

Rampant World No.1 Nelly Korda can feel a target on her back after a brilliant start to the AIG Women's British Open – and Australia's leading challengers, headed by Minjee Lee, will be firing at it following a round of fireworks at fearsome Carnoustie. 20 Aug 2021
Aussies' Carnoustie prep complete

Aussies' Carnoustie prep complete

Minjee Lee says avoiding Carnoustie's devilishly deep bunkers will be key as she hunts back-to-back majors and the biggest purse in women's golf history. 19 Aug 2021
AIG Women’s Open eliminate single-use plastic water bottles

AIG Women’s Open eliminate single-use plastic water bottles

The R&A, Mastercard and adidas are partnering to launch the Open Water Project at the 2021 AIG Women’s Open at Carnoustie. 19 Aug 2021
AIG Women’s Open sets a new benchmark with record prize fund

AIG Women’s Open sets a new benchmark with record prize fund

The AIG Women’s Open has set a new benchmark for prize money in women’s golf with the announcement that the prize fund for this year’s championship will increase by $1.3 million to $5.8 million with the winner earning $870,000. 19 Aug 2021
Minjee targeting rare double at Women’s Open

Minjee targeting rare double at Women’s Open

No longer the best player without a major, Minjee Lee is now chasing one of the most elusive feats in golf at this week's AIG Women's Open in Scotland. 18 Aug 2021
Familiar feelings for Hannah at Carnoustie

Familiar feelings for Hannah at Carnoustie

Perth and Mount Lawley Golf Club are a long way from Carnoustie, where the AIG Women’s Open takes place this week. But that hasn’t stopped Hannah Green from feeling somewhat at home upon the famed linksland. 17 Aug 2021
So-called expert golf tips for this week

So-called expert golf tips for this week

The major championships for 2021 draw to a close this week, as the world’s best women contest the AIG Women’s Open. Here are our team’s tips for the winner, top Aussie and outsider. Plus, their PGA and European Tour picks. 17 Aug 2021
The Preview: AIG Women's Open

The Preview: AIG Women's Open

It’s the final golf major of the year and the AIG Women’s Open will have the full attention of the golf world as the best in the women’s game tackle one of the game’s great courses in Carnoustie. 17 Aug 2021
AIG Women’s Open celebrates 20 years since Se Ri Pak shone at Sunningdale

AIG Women’s Open celebrates 20 years since Se Ri Pak shone at Sunningdale

Exactly 20 years have passed since Se Ri Pak made history as the first South Korean winner of the AIG Women’s Open, sparking an incredible period of success for Asia with ten further champions since the historic moment for the championship. 12 Aug 2021
Update to fans of the AIG Women's Open

Update to fans of the AIG Women's Open

The R&A Chief Executive Martin Slumbers has today issued a message to fans to update them on plans for the AIG Women’s Open 24 Mar 2021
World-class venues announced for future AIG Women’s Opens

World-class venues announced for future AIG Women’s Opens

The R&A has underlined its commitment to enhancing the AIG Women’s Open’s status as a leading major sporting event by announcing five world-class venues for championships being played from 2021 to 2025. 20 Aug 2020
Dunhill Links postponed due to virus

Dunhill Links postponed due to virus

Organisers of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship have postponed the event until next year in order not to undermine efforts of the Scottish government in tackling coronavirus. 28 Jul 2020
Morri: A game of evolution

Morri: A game of evolution

They say the best golf courses reveal themselves over time rather than on the first or second playing and the same could be said of the game itself. 13 Jul 2020
Round to forget: The day ‘Carnasty’ put Sergio Garcia on the canvas

Round to forget: The day ‘Carnasty’ put Sergio Garcia on the canvas

The 1999 Open has been written into the championship’s folklore for Jean Van de Velde’s 72nd hole meltdown. But for the 156 players who teed up at Carnoustie, it is the difficulty of the course in the first round they’ll remember above all else. 18 May 2020
Statement from the R&A on the COVID-19 pandemic

Statement from the R&A on the COVID-19 pandemic

We are closely monitoring the constantly-moving situation in the COVID-19 pandemic and carefully following the advice issued to us by the UK Government, relevant health authorities and our medical consultants. 20 Mar 2020
McIlroy criticises ‘easy’ Euro Tour courses

McIlroy criticises ‘easy’ Euro Tour courses

Rory McIlroy slammed the European Tour after the final round at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St. Andrews on Sunday, saying courses were often too easy to properly test the world's best players. 30 Sep 2019
Walters shoots 63 to lead Dunhill Links

Walters shoots 63 to lead Dunhill Links

South African Justin Walters has shot nine-under 63 for his lowest score on the European Tour in six years, giving him a one-stroke lead after the first round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. 27 Sep 2019