Paul Broadhurst fired a flawless 68 to clinch a two-shot win on his debut in the Senior Open Championship at Carnoustie.
Alex Noren held on to win his first Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open title by one shot at Castle Stuart
Watch as Richie Ramsay holes a monster putt to move into one of the four Open qualification spots at the Scottish Open
Watch Open de Espana champion Andrew "Beef" Johnston give fans a behind-the-scenes tour of his London pad.
Watch as some of the top players at the Scottish Open take on the 200-yard par-three 17th hole - with a putter!
The European Tour and the Asian Tour have announced a "strategic alliance" that could pave the way for more co-sanctioned golf tournaments being held in Asia.
After battling the elements this week, Graeme McDowell thinks the Scottish Open is great preparation for The Open.
Watch as Matteo Manassero chips in from the edge of the green during the third round of the Scottish Open.
Alex Noren fired a second-round 66 to lead the Scottish Open by a shot from Danny Lee and Eddie Pepperell.
Scott Hend and Felipe Aguilar set the early pace at the Scottish Open, as top seed Henrik Stenson struggled in tough conditions.
Watch Patrick Reed hacking out of the rough and then taking a tumble in the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart.
Phil Mickelson admits he has no idea how he will perform at the Scottish Open, as he seeks a boost in form ahead of The Open.
Thongchai Jaidee eased to a four-shot win at the Open de France, as Rory McIlroy's hopes faded during the final day.
Shots of the Week comes to you from the Open de France and looks back at five of the best efforts from Le Golf National.
Ben Coley casts his eye over the Scottish Open field and selects his best bets to impress at Castle Stuart.
Sergio Garcia has announced he will be taking part in this year's Olympic Games in Brazil.
Alex Noren increased his lead to two-shots heading in to the final round of the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart.
Rory McIlroy feels his game is heading in the right direction ahead of the Open, despite a flat finish at the Open de France.
Rich Beem believes Dustin Johnson has the game and the confidence to unseat Jason Day as world No 1.
Callum Shinkwin was one of four players to qualify for the 145th Open by finishing inside the top-12 at the Open de France.