Lewine Mair talks to Mark Roe, the player turned short game coach-cum-television commentator who rose to global prominence after being harshly disqualified from the 2003 Open...

Nineteen-year-old phenomenon Ryo Ishikawa heads to Royal St George's looking to become only the second Asian-born winner of a major championship, writes Alex Jenkins

Charles McLaughlin, publisher of HK Golfer, spent time with the Great White Shark during the latter’s trip to Vietnam, where he officially opened the Norman Estates at Danang...

Former captain and five-time Open champion, one of the true legends of the game, gives his views on this year's Presidents Cup, which takes place at Royal Melbourne in September

Hong Kong's standout female golfer, still only 17, talks to David Cunningham III about the state of her game and her future goals

The South African, a three-time major champion, talks about the importance of decision-making in golf as part of a series of ‘Great Minds’ interviews for this year’s Ballantine’s Championship

The outspoken Australian, winner of the 1979 US PGA Championship and 1981 US Open, talks to Paul Prendergast about his major wins, his continued omission from the Hall of Fame and...

Golf list compiler extraordinaire Mak Lok-lin selects the most memorable editions of America's national championship

Resident historian Dr Milton Wayne chronicles the life of Scotland’s Willie Anderson, probably the best US Open player of them all

Lewine Mair recalls the brilliance of Seve Ballesteros, the most charismatic and arguably most influential European golfer of all time