Caolan Rafferty might be the West of Ireland champion and has set his sights on the Walker Cup but he’s also come a long way and his feet remain firmly on the ground. By Paul Gallagher
With the new World Handicap System (WHS) set to come into play in 2020, Paul Gallagher looks closer to home to see how and when golf clubs are running qualifying competitions
Paul Gallagher finds difficultywading through the technical jargon when it comes to new equipment but recognises the need to be kitted out properly ahead of a new season
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
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
Paul Gallagher wonders aloud how someone got the nickname ‘The Hearse’ on the fairway and isn’t the least bit upset about it
Paul Gallagher cannot comprehend how some people decide to cheat in golf but also feels sorry for the individuals because they completely miss the true essence of sport and competition
Paul Gallagher is trying to find answers to an ailing golf game that has been knocked off course
We had the opportunity to interview three-time Major winner Pádraig Harrington for the cover story of February’s edition of Irish Golfer Magazine.
This season there has been much talk about Modest! Golf with Niall Horan and the team making their mark on the golf scene through their new management company.