The name of Palace Barracks in Holywood - just yards from Rory McIlroy's childhood home - has long been synonymous with the Northern Ireland Troubles and with the Army's role in the conflict. Belfast Telegraph
He went toe-to-toe with Patrick Reed at the 2016 Ryder Cup, but Rory McIlroy hasn't been at the top of his game in years. Can he make a return to form and keep the Euros competitive? Source: Golf.com -
Michael Bamberger and Farrell Evans join Ryan Asselta to discuss whether the American Ryder Cup team is poised for years of dominance, and why the stars on that squad could make it unlikely that Tiger.. Source: Golf.com -
From courtside to courtship! Tennis superstar Caroline Wozniacki is engaged to NBA player David Lee. The 27-year-old Danish athlete announced the exciting news on Friday, November 3, in a post to her.. Source: Wochit News -
Tommy Fleetwood is in contention of wrapping up the lucrative Race to Dubai title at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City, after finding form on day three of the penultimate European Tour.. City A.M.
Number 43, Belfast Road in Holywood is not your average semi-detached house. It boasts a putting green in the back garden and hi-tech hitting studio in the garage. And right now it's on the market. MailOnline
Rory McIlroy has set his sights on becoming the best non-American golfer of all time and plans to return stronger than ever after completing an injury-marred season, dropping to sixth in the rankings. MailOnline Also reported by •Reuters
England's Tyrrell Hatton became the first man to defend the Dunhill Links Championship title after firing a six-under 66 to claim a three-shot victory at St Andrews yesterday.
World No29 Hatton,.. City A.M.
BBC Local News: Beds, Herts and Bucks -- Englishman Tyrrell Hatton leads by five shots in the defence of his Dunhill Links title after a 65 in round three at Kingsbarns. BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC Sport