11 March 2014
The best and brightest the golfing world has to offer will this week accept the challenge of the revamped Blue Monster course at the WGC-Cadillac Championship.
World Nos 1 and 2 Tiger Woods and Adam Scott return from lengthy layoffs at this week's Honda Classic, but can they shake off the rust in time?
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott may not be in town, but there are still a host of big names contesting this week's WGC Accenture Match Play Championship.
It's a mystery to many, but Bridgend and Porthcawl in South Wales is a wonder to those who've experienced it.
US Open champion Justin Rose returns from injury at this week's Northern Trust Open, and will be vying with a number of fancied Americans for the title.
The bookies have installed Jason Day as the favourite at this week's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, but there are a number of likely contenders in the mix.
Let's forget about the glitz and glamour of earning more than a million Euro for less than a week's worth of work.
Emirates Golf Club will this week once again host one of the jewels in the European Tour's crown - the star-studded Dubai Desert Classic.
Phil Mickelson will be looking to secure a fourth Phoenix Open title in Arizona this week, but will a slightly dodgy lower back prove his undoing?
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have inspired thousands, if not millions, to take up the game of golf, and this week's showdown between the two should have the same effect.
- Champion foursome confirmed
- Race to Dubai extended until 2017
- Scott: I need to practice more
- McIlroy: It's a frustrating course
- Woods still battling back problems
- Wire-to-wire win for Reed
- Hadley claims maiden PGA Tour win
- Matsuyama apologises to Poulter
- Park takes Mission Hills honours
- Reed leads as Tiger makes his move
- Woods finally tames Blue Monster
A look at some of the impressive golf courses on offer in the south of Wales. Go to Gallery
Ian Botham, Allan Lamb, Mark Boucher and company in action at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Go to Gallery