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Tom Watson will now be part of the great tradition on the first morning of The Masters where he will hit a tee shot alongside Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player.
"We all know about the beautiful moment that happened more than 50 years ago between Nicklaus and Jacklin."
Patrick Cantlay has won the second Memorial Tournament title of his career after beating Collin Morikawa in a playoff at Muirfield Village.
Is the Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau feud staged or real? GolfMagic readers debate...
PGA Tour star Wolff docked one stroke for a rules infraction in round one at The American Express...
Woods won't be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame until the week of the Players Championship in March 2022...
Take a look at how much winner Brian Gay and the rest of the field won on at the latest PGA Tour event, the Bermuda Championship.
Spain will become the sixth different European nation to stage the Solheim Cup in 2023.
Take advantage of Turnberry's new ‘Legendary Golf’ luxury packages this summer.
The first part of our new mini series, helping golfers to work on the mental side of the golf.
Home of The Masters closes its doors to its members...
Dubai Hills was chosen ahead of seven other nominees from around the world.
Jack Nicklaus lauds London Golf Club as the club celebrates its special anniversary.
Wolff will play TaylorMade’s metalwoods, irons, wedges, putter and ultimately, the company's flagship golf ball, TP5x.
Nicklaus walks in to surprise Koepka with his PGA Tour Player of the Year 2017-18 award.
Nicklaus believes Woods now has a genuine chance of catching his major haul of 18 major titles.
Johnson displays impressive yardage with the 18-time major champion's old clubs.
St Mellion: Nicklaus course review: Cornish stunner is a top-class layout.
Former England and Cardiff striker Jay Bothroyd refused entry to golf club for being foreign.
Nicklaus believes Tiger Woods can win more than 18 majors, but will need to learn to win again.
Challenge Tour pro Guido Migliozzi writes his regular blog for GolfMagic
Jack Nicklaus and Davis Love III lobby on Tour's behalf to help avoid losing its exempt status.
Five golfers in top 20 of Forbes' highest-paid athletes list.