Paul Lawrie

Round up: Lough Erne positive on 2017; McGovern OK at Q-School; Lawrie the Qatar master

The Lough Erne Resort is confident it will host the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open next year.

Round up: Lough Erne positive on 2017; McGovern OK at Q-School; Lawrie the Qatar master

Round up: Meadow battling Turnberry; Quad for Seamus

European Tour — Paul Lawrie made a brilliant start to the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay with a formidable 5&4 victory over Frenchman Romain Wattel at Murcar Golf Links.

Round up: Meadow battling Turnberry; Quad for Seamus

Thursday's Open dairy - Padraig's putter, the Goose and Ivor Robson's bladder

Finishing last for greens hit in regulation (seven of 18) had  silver lining for Pádraig Harrington — nobody had fewer putts.

Thursday's Open dairy - Padraig's putter, the Goose and Ivor Robson's bladder

McDowell makes semis and says: "I dodged a bullet"

Graeme McDowell can take a huge step towards his third Ryder Cup cap if he wins the Volvo World Match Play in Spain today. © Pictures courtesy of Volvo in GolfGraeme McDowell emerged as the hot favourite to claim the Volvo World Match Play Championship when Sergio García three-putted from nowhwere at the first extra hole to send the Portrush man into the last four at Finca Cortesín.

Paul Lawrie is Qatar hero as Hoey finds form

Michael Hoey finished 12th behidn Paul Lawrie in the Commercialbank Qatar Masters. Photo Eoin Clarke/www.golffile.ieMichael Hoey shook off the effects of a stomach bug to clinch his best finish since last season’s Alfred Dunhill Championship victory and boost his Ryder Cup hopes at the 54-hole Commercialbank Qatar Masters.

Lawrie ends drought as McGinley slips back

Paul Lawrie overcame a slow start to win the Open de Andalucia in Malaga. (Photo Eoin Clarke/Golffile 2011)Scotland’s Paul Lawrie ended his nine-year wait for a European Tour victory when he claimed the Open de Andulacia thanks to a brilliant back nine performance at the Parador de Malaga.

Ferrie shoots 60 as McGinley eyes top finish

Paul McGinley tees off on the 16th during the third round of the Open de Andalucia. (Photo Eoin Clarke/Golffile 2011)Paul McGinley goes into the final round of the Open de Andalucia chasing his first top-10 finish for 18 months.

Golf's Top 10 one-hit wonders

Do you remember Len Mattiace?

They’re the golfing equivalent of Los del Rio or Dexy’s Midnight Runners. Okay, they may never make the pantheon of greats but the “Macarena” or “Come On Eileen” always bring back memories of days long gone. Take a trip down memory lane with our top 10 one-hit wonders.