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From Bobby Jones to Tiger Woods, the Masters has a rich and varied history built up over nearly three quarters of a century.

The Open Championship's governing body, the R&A, has today echoed the praise heaped on Royal Liverpool by Open champion Tiger Woods in the aftermath of the 2006 tournament. This month's…

There are two certainties in life: Tiger Woods always wins from the front, and you will rarely meet a penniless bookmaker. Stupidly, Dan Davies chose to ignore both at this…

Woods Retains Open Title

An emotional Tiger Woods of the USA became the first man to retain the Open Championship title for 23 years on Sunday evening at Royal Liverpool, carding a final round…

Final Round Update

Defending champion Tiger Woods of the USA is two strokes clear of South Africa's Ernie Els after five holes of his final round in the 2006 Open Championship at Royal

Tiger Woods will begin tomorrow's final round at the 2006 Open Championship with a one shot lead over Ernie Els, Sergio Garcia and Chris DiMarco as he attempts to become…

Popped in  holed out!

Fed up with your putter? Dispense with its services by holing your approach shot like a growing list of competitors on Open Saturday.

Garcia Gatecrashes Big Two’s Party

Spain's Sergio Garcia made a dazzling start to his third round at the 135th Open Championship at Hoylake, pushing himself level with Ernie Els and Tiger Woods as the third…

Qualified success

How have the qualifiers faired at Royal Liverpool this week

What’s in a name?

Golf Monthly finds five minutes to select some novelty parings

Lucky 13th

John Senden made the par-3 13th look easy on Saturday morning, but others fared less well at this tricky 200-yarder yesterday afternoon

Golf Monthly delves into the Open Championship statistics for the opening two rounds, revealing the stories behind the scores.

Battle of the giants

Defending champion Tiger Woods and Ernie Els, winner at Muirfield in 2002 and perennial Open challenger, go head to head in the third round. Can Ernie put his Tiger jinx…

Magical Woods Takes Charge At Hoylake

World number one and defending champion Tiger Woods of the USA shot a glorious round of 65 on the second day of the 2006 Open Championship at Hoylake, leading many…

Ask A Silly Question – Part Two

Part Two of our look at the worst questions asked by journalists at the 2006 Open Championship, courtesy of our on-course writers Jeremy Ellwood and Dan Davies.