28 June 2016

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Fooled by Randomness: France

The strange case of Graeme McDowell on par 71s and the annual cheque book that is Graeme Storm's Open de France.

What has Europe ever done for us?

On an historic day for Great Britain and Northern Ireland, we ask the big question from a golfing perspective.

Fooled By Randomness: post-US Open

In his new regular column, Matt Cooper takes a look at the numbers, trends and oddities around the world of golf.

The Q School battle goes on

It's tempting to view the end of Q School like the conclusion of an obstacle race, but in many ways it is just the start, writes Matt Cooper.

The world's worst golfer

On Monday qualifying for The Open begins, 40 years on from one of golf's most bizarre performances.

More News

What we learned from the US Open

Dustin Johnson is the 2016 US Open champion, but beyond that, what did we learn from the second major championship of the season?

US Open: final day preview

We look at the leading contenders and the stats that matter as the field head into the final day of an exhausting US Open.

Golf365 Guide to the US Open

It's the hardest test in golf, on the hardest course, set up by the hardest taskmasters. It's the US Open.

The Journey of Champions

Matt Cooper talks to Tony Jacklin about what it takes to become a major championship winner.

Glenmorangie: Open's Greatest Finishes

Glenmorangie, The Spirit of The Open, has launched a great Open competition. Golf365 went to the Highlands to learn more.

Photo Galleries

The final day at the PGA Championship

We take a peak at how Jason Day earned his maiden major win at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits. Go to Gallery

Day three at the PGA Championship

It was a stunning day for golf in Wisconsin, here are some of the best snaps of the day. Go to Gallery

Day two at the PGA Championship

We take a peak at some of the action from the suspended second round of the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits. Go to Gallery