Some golf courses in British Columbia are open or about to open, Alberta's golf clubs want to do the same despite the reluctance of provincial health officials to give the green light. (Jeff McIntosh/CP)

Go on and golf

Max Fawcett: Golf, for all of its sins, is a low-risk activity. It may well be the perfect sport for an environment where social distancing remains a necessity.

Keep your head up, golfers. There’s a better way to putt.

A Nova Scotia academic has found that looking at the cup, not the ball, can save as much as a stroke per round. Will the sport tolerate such heresy?

Golf’s woes continue despite Olympic return

Yes, they’ll be playing golf in Rio, but away from the Olympics there are mounting signs that golf is in trouble

Under par: Why a men-only club culture still persists in the U.K.

Prestigious golf courses and many of London’s ‘gentlemen’s clubs’ alike continue to reject gender equality

Why Canadian golf is dying

The culprits: greed, hubris and the demise of free time

Video: An aerial tour of Toronto’s golf course glut

Chris Sorensen on why your local course might vanish

Golf industry renews call for tax break

Should executives be able to claim golf as a business expense for tax purposes? The industry thinks so.

Gretzky’s cover girl

Paulina Gretzky is on the cover of Golf Digest—and some golfers aren’t impressed

The Tiger Woods redemption story

Tiger Woods is crafting a new image as a changed man. Just one thing is missing …

Adam Scott wins Masters (and hearts)

Twitter on Aussie’s victory: ‘Oi, Oi, Oi!’

Randumbness? The new NHL is less predictable than you think

Colby Cosh on how the shootout has changed the NHL’s regular season — for the crazier

Good news … bad news

Mercury has ice and golf is riding itself of belly putters