Our golf ambassador Bill Elliott knows the Augusta National Golf Club like the back of his hand. While he's been to 35 Masters tournaments, the club, the course and the tournament still get him in a spin. Here we find out why, and who he thinks will stay calm and pull on the coveted Green Jacket in the year’s first major.
The golf gear manufacturer will make a donation to Prostate Cancer UK for every sale of its new range of balls, recruiting some of the game's famous names to raise awareness of the most common cancer in men.
North Hants Golf Club raised the astonishing sum after Chris Traill chose us as his designated charity in honour of his late dad.
On Day 14 of our Christmas advent calendar, we celebrate Jean Holloway’s incredible fundraising, the knitted Santa that took her past £15,000, and her late husband Walter, who's memory she does it all in.
Golfing legend Arnold Palmer was a cut above. And at the start of a week where golf will take centre stage across the globe, our golfing ambassador Bill Elliot pays tribute an all-time icon who faced up against the golfing greats - and prostate cancer.
With the best golfers from the US and Europe teeing off against each other this Sunday, past competitors and their fellow pros tells us why – whatever the tournament being played – they fully support Prostate Cancer UK raising awareness of the most common cancer in men through the sport.
From feeling sick and overwhelmed at the first tee to watching on helpless as a team captain, former Ryder Cup players Paul Broadhurst, Ian Woosnam, Barry Lane and Ronan Rafferty reflect on their experiences of the classic trans-Atlantic golf tournament, and give their predictions for Europe's fortunes in this year's clash.
After being diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer, keen golfer David Hadley-Smith was blown away by the support of his family and friends at his local club during his recovery. So when he decided to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK on behalf of his close friend, who was dying from the disease, it seemed like the obvious choice to put on a golf day at the club and encourage other members to get tested, too.
Premier League referee Lee Probert is one of the lucky few in his profession to have officiated an FA Cup Final, taking charge of 2014's showdown between Arsenal and Hull. He dedicated that emotional afternoon to his late father, who died from prostate cancer and spurred him on to fulfill his refereeing ambitions. Now he's joined the fight against the disease and will be swinging his clubs in the inaugural South West Prostate Cancer UK Open.
The golfer becomes only the seventh man to win on the Challenge Tour, European Tour and European Senior Tour after clinching the pro-am tournament yesterday, sponsored by us for the second time, which included Ian Botham among the competitors vocally supporting the cause.