Robin Barwick on the fight in the top-10 of the Official World Golf Ranking
Robin Barwick is impressed by a young Korean's Open debut at Royal St George's
Golf Monthly speaks to three-time Open winner Gary Player
Tom Lewis makes history at the 140th Open Championship
Another fantastic Open story is made as Thomas Bjorn leads in Sandwich after round one
Golf Monthly talk to Bernhard Langer ahead of the 140th Open Championship
A spot of darts before the serious business begins
Monday is 'Arrivals Day' at the Open Championship and Robin Barwick has been keeping an eye on who's already in town
As first days go at The Open, this was not a bad one with 59-year-old Tom Watson rolling back the years to steal the show.
The latest blog from Robin Barwick at The Open Championship at Turnberry about Adam Scott and his tennis-playing WAG Ana Ivanovic
It may only be 10 oclock on Thursday at the Open Championship but, as Robin Barwick reports, Turnberry seems to have a heritage of producing world-class winners and leaderboards.
Drug testing has arrived at the Open Championship for the first time this year, in keeping with policy on the US and European Tours, reports Robin Barwick.
Greg Norman arrived at the Turnberry media centre and talked about his prospects at this week's Open Championship, as well as that much-talked-about 63 in his winning 1986 Open.
Robin Barwick takes a look at the the history of Turnberry and discovers how the course is linked to both World Wars.
Robin Barwick blogs from Turnberry on a certain irony surrounding the whole Sandy-Monty saga, which is threatening to overshadow the build up to the Open Championship.
John Daly has arrived at Turnberry for the 2009 Open Championship and, as Robin Barwick reports, sports some typically garish, multi-coloured trousers.
The R&A does insist on avoiding those convenient motorway-side courses so far as the Open Championship is concerned but it is no co-incidence that these remote stretches of coastline…
Thongchai Jaidee proved his toughness in an intoxicating finale to the 2009 Ballantines Championship in South Korea
Boom Boom, Freddie's back. Why the Freddie Couples, the King of Cool, is so popular in Asia
Things are hotting up at the 2009 Ballentine's Championship in South Korea where a barnstorming final round from Ernie Els could see the pressure mount on the leaders