We speak to two PGA pros to hear how they're getting the next generation engaged with the game...
Without volunteers, golf clubs would not be able to offer some of their much-loved sessions
Golf's grass roots would not be the same without its volunteers...
Bernhard Langer recalls his nerve-wracking Masters debut in 1982
The final chapter of The Open could resemble the opening scene of The Tempest, in which a fierce storm causes a royal shipwreck
Fred Daly, Portrush born and bred, became the first Irish major champion when he won The Open at Royal Liverpool in 1947
Rickie Fowler’s challenge at The Open is trending in the right direction with scores of 70, 69 and 66 so far
Graeme McDowell: “Shane Lowry is one of the most competitive people I have ever met”
There is heartfelt devotion for Rory McIlroy and Darren Clarke in these parts but the pride of Portrush is without question Graeme McDowell
Rickie Fowler said what many people thought when Rory McIlroy dropped four shots at the first hole this morning: “That was not fun to see”
Spain’s Jon Rahm has won the Irish Open on Irish links twice in three years and hopes to bring that form and favour to The Open
Rickie Fowler might be making his Royal Portrush debut this week but his first visit to Northern Ireland came back in 2007
England's Ian Poulter believes the Dunluce Links at Royal Portrush will not be over-powered in The Open this week
Haotong Li, China's most successful golfer, has sights set on Rory McIlroy at The Open
The Claret Jug is back up for grabs after the Italian returned the trophy
The rapid rise of Englishman Andrew 'Beef' Johnston reached record highs at Troon last year, where his golf backed-up his personality
Haotong Li is doing well at Augusta, but who is he?
Bernhard Langer returns to Royal Porthcawl in southern Wales this week for the Senior Open, where he won by a record 13 strokes three years ago
The R&A has confirmed record crowds at Royal Birkdale for The 146th Open this week
Dustin Johnson shoots 64 at The Open to rise into quiet contention