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How Shane Lowry emerged from Rory McIlroy’s shadow

The 148th Open Championship at Royal Portrush became the tale of two Irishman after Rory McIlroy’s fairytale homecoming to Northern Ireland turned into a horror story and Shane Lowry, born south of the border, took up the mantle and lifted the Claret Jug. McIlroy’s disastrous opening round 79, including an eight on the first hole, […]

Adare Manor in Ireland Named as 2026 Ryder Cup Venue

Adare Manor in Ireland has been confirmed as the host course for the 2026 Ryder Cup. Here’s all you need to know about the venue. The deal was struck between the Irish government and the European Tour to bring the biennial tournament between Europe and the USA to Limerick, in the south-west of the country. […]

Golf’s Most Exciting Young Guns: Matthew Wolff & Viktor Hovland

Two young golfers look set to take the sports world by storm, with their early careers already drawing comparisons with those of Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth. American Matthew Wolff, 20, and 21-year-old Norwegian Viktor Hovland both turned professional in June and made their pro debuts at the Travelers Championship that month. The step-up to […]

Golf at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo

Golf will return to the Olympic Games in Japan in 2020. At All Square we have put together a list of questions you may have about the event and the details of what you need to know. When will the Olympic golf tournament take place? The men’s event will be held between July 30 – […]

Top Picks for The Open at Portrush

As the best golfers on the planet gear up for The Open, All Square picks the main contenders to take home the world famous Claret Jug.  Rory McIlroy No one will be looking forward to the 148th Open more than Rory McIlroy, as the championship returns to his home country of Northern Ireland for the […]

The Solheim Cup is joining All Square Golf

The pinnacle of women’s golf, the Solheim Cup, is joining All Square Golf.  The biennial Europe vs USA match-play tournament will have its own dedicated page so that our users can follow all the build-up and the latest news and views during the event itself. As well as score updates and live news, our Solheim […]

Justin Rose Top 5 Career Shots

World number four Justin Rose has been a model of consistency in recent years. He is the only active golfer who has been world number one, has a major title and an Olympic gold medal. His journey to the summit of the sport has been decorated with many unforgettable golf shots. Shot #5 In 2010 […]

Brooks Koepka is Rewriting the History Books

How does Brooks Koepka’s four major victories in two years measure up to the achievements of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth? Brooks Koepka’s successful PGA title defence, following consecutive US Open wins, made him the first golfer in history to hold two major titles back-to-back simultaneously. His ‘double-double’ also surpasses current players Rory […]

Martin Kaymer Top 5 Career Shots

Martin Kaymer has been one of the most successful golfers of the past decade. Since his debut on the European Tour in 2007, he has won 11 titles, including two majors, and one WGC tournament. The German has represented Europe four times in the Ryder Cup, winning three times, and became world number one in […]

The Rolex Series

It’s no secret the PGA Tour outranks the European Tour in terms of bigger prize funds and more world ranking points. As a consequence many European players now prefer to play on the other side of the Atlantic, including Rory McIlroy who gave up his European Tour card this season. To stay competitive and keep […]

European Domination on the PGA Tour?

The US PGA Tour has long been considered the leading professional golf tour on the planet. It hosts the tournaments with the biggest prize funds, the most world ranking points, and the biggest sponsorship deals. It attracts the best golfers in the world and in recent years an increasing number of European players have made […]

The 2019 Major Championships

Winning a major championship is the ultimate ambition for all professional golfers. It is no coincidence that the conversation over who the game’s greatest ever player is comes down to two names: Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods – winners of the most major titles, with 18 and 14 respectively. The importance of the Open, the […]

Justin Rose – From Silver, to Gold, to Green

When the time came in 2016 for the twenty-year wait for an English winner of The Masters to be ended, it was, in truth, a spectacular shock that it was Danny Willett who provided the fourth Masters victory for that nation. Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, Luke Donald and Paul Casey have all been in contention […]

All Square Users at The Masters

Justin Rose Justin Rose comes into the year’s first Major as one of the favourites to claim a first Green Jacket. The 2013 US Open Champion and 2016 Olympic Gold Medallist finished as runner-up to Sergio Garcia in the 2017 Masters. The All Square user has won on every continent, reached World Number One and […]

Augusta National, The Field of Dreams

Every year, each of the Major Championships take place on some of the premier courses of the world. From the seaside links of Pebble Beach and the Open Championship rota, to the traditional country clubs of Brookline and Winged Foot, and the public courses of Bethpage and Torrey Pines. However, The Masters is different. It […]