The cold blood of Carnoustie

Carnoustie is the longest of The Open golf courses, it is the most northerly and with often unrelenting, icy winds whipping off the North Sea, it has staged some of the toughest championships the game has seen.

The annals of calamity

Fans are used to celebrating golfing feats that inspire and enthrall, but every hacker will empathize over some of the Majors’ most horribly played holes

30 Days of Scotland

A bleary-eyed journey around an obvious golf destination reveals some not-so-obvious golfing gems—helped by plenty of good whisky. As Steve Killick learns, the occasional massage doesn’t hurt either


Andy Garcia: The Untouchable

Hollywood ‘A-lister’ Andy Garcia took a break from the important business of playing golf at St. Andrews to talk to Kingdom about his career in films, his childhood in Cuba and Miami Beach, and his plans for the future.


When Padraig Harrington came of age

Padraig Harrington’s triumph in The [British] Open at Carnoustie last summer was very much a family affair. Paul Mahoney talked to the genial Irishman about the week that changed his life


Another Fine Mess

Many of the biggest disasters in Major championship history have been inflicted on some of the most accomplished players the game has ever seen.