Francesco Molinari was the star performer in 2018. One half of the ‘Moliwood’ bromance, the Champion Golfer of the Year brought his game to a new level and will have star appeal in Portrush, writes Paul Gallagher
Paul Gallagher was back at the Home of Golf recently. Always a special trip. No matter the occasion, we swingers never tire of a stay in the Auld Grey Toon.
Paul Gallagher catches up with Michael Hoey who talks about the challenges of life of tour
Paul Gallagher has a vested interest in the NI Open, looking after the media and PR for the last decade, and here he takes the chance to look back on how the event has evolved
Considering the array of sporting events to behold in recent weeks, golf has suffered at the hands of a trigger happy remote control user of late, but not this week. By Paul Gallagher
Channel-hoping, waiting for the closing stages of the back nine, where is Tiger? Why do so many of us no longer engage in golf coverage the way we once used to? By Paul Gallagher
The birthday boy broke the rules on Saturday at the US Open and he did it all for the wrong reasons, writes Paul Gallagher
Winning isn’t easy. To go wire-to-wire is sensational. That long at the top inevitably brings its own pressure. Robin Dawson overcame such difficulties at Royal County Down and is the deserving new Flogas Irish Amateur Open champion.
Paul Gallagher wonders aloud how someone got the nickname ‘The Hearse’ on the fairway and isn’t the least bit upset about it
It may not have been the result we all hoped for but as always, Augusta put on a spectacle to behold. By Paul Gallagher