Hogan’s Alley History

Hogan’s Alley History

One of Carnoustie’s most memorable contributions to golfing history came in 1953 when legendary American golfer Ben Hogan came to Scotland to play in his only Open Championship. His victory made him the only player to win the Masters, US Open and Open Championship in...
Gullit presents trophy to schools golf winners

Gullit presents trophy to schools golf winners

Football legend Ruud Gullit met aspiring young golfers who took part in last month’s Alfred Dunhill Schools Golf Challenge, at the Old Course, St Andrews today The former Dutch footballer gave an inspirational talk to the youngsters who competed in the annual schools...
Tyrrell Hatton shoots historic 62

Tyrrell Hatton shoots historic 62

Tyrrell Hatton equalled the Old Course record with a spectacular 62 at St Andrews to take a three-shot lead into the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. The 24-year-old Englishman, whose 2016 has included a fifth place in the Open Championship and a...
Now Hugh Grant out with injury

Now Hugh Grant out with injury

Hugh Grant and David Howell must be the unluckiest partnership in Alfred Dunhill Links Championship history after both were forced to withdraw from the tournament with injury. Their misfortune, however, had a silver lining for John Paterson, a 16-year-old St Andrews...