Tour News - Golf News | The UK's Most Read Ski Magazine

Tour News

DJ calls the tune at Travelers

A pair of bogeys on the back nine and a rain delay were not enough to prevent Dustin Johnson from winning the Travelers Championship by one stroke in Connecticut. Read More

European Tour cancels Kenya Open due to coronavirus

The Magical Kenya Open, which was due to take place next week at Karen Country Club in Nairobi, has been cancelled due to the threat posed by the spread of the Coronavirus. Read More

LET joins forces with LPGA Tour to grow playing opportunities and prize funds

The Ladies Professional Golf Association and the Ladies European Tour have formed a partnership that aims to offer increased playing opportunities for… Read More

European Tour cancels Hong Kong Open

The European Tour has decided to postpone next week’s Hong Kong Open in light of the on-going social unrest in the city…. Read More

European Tour unveils plan to reduce slow play and punish offenders

The European Tour has announced a four-point plan aimed at tackling the issue of slow play in professional golf. The plan, which… Read More

Challenge Tour player disqualified after running out of balls

Challenge Tour player Clement Berardo suffered the ultimate ignominy of being disqualified from a tournament after he ran out of golf balls…. Read More

Attoe cruises to third English Senior Open title

Surrey’s Ian Attoe retained the English Senior Men’s Open after leading for all three rounds at Holme Hall Golf Club in Lincolnshire… Read More

Cantlay wins Memorial with closing 64

American Patrick Cantlay fired a final round 64 to win the Memorial Tournament by two shots from Adam Scott, as Martin Kaymer’s… Read More

Charley Hull signs for TaylorMade

Solheim Cup star Charley Hull has signed joined TaylorMade’s tour staff. Currently 23rd in the world rankings, Hull, 23, who is playing… Read More


Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger withstood a strong challenge from Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre to clinch a one-shot victory at the Made in Denmark at… Read More

Dimmock wins first LET title

Buckinghamshire’s Annabel Dimmock held off French amateur Pauline Roussin Bouchard to win her first Ladies European Tour title by one shot in… Read More

LPGA Tour announces bigger schedule in 2019 with increased prize fund

The LPGA Tour’s schedule for 2019 contains more tournaments and more prize money for its players to compete for. Next season’s elite… Read More