There are four landmark tournaments in golf, but which of the quartet of majors is the best?
There will be no Open Championship in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and reigning champion Shane Lowry understands the decision.
The Open Championship has become the latest major sporting event to be removed from the 2020 calendar.
The Open is reportedly close to being postponed but the R&A insists a final call has not been taken.
It is hoped this year's Open will go ahead in July, although organisers are mindful of the changing situation around the coronavirus spread.
Rory McIlroy ends 2019 with a soaring bank balance but his wait for a fifth major goes on, and he hopes 2020 will bring further reward.
To mark his 70th birthday, Omnisport looks back at Tom Watson's unlikely bid for glory at The Open in 2009.
Rory McIlroy was thrilled when his friend Shane Lowry won the Open Championship, and has told him to keep enjoying his Portrush triumph.
Shane Lowry lifted the lid on the ups and downs of his golfing career as the Irishman celebrated his Open Championship triumph in Clara.
Shane Lowry will not feature in the field at TPC Southwind this week after winning the Claret Jug at Royal Portrush.