Michael Kim carded a final-round 66 as the American golfer claimed a comfortable eight-shot win for his breakthrough success.
Carnoustie is set to provide a different challenge in this year's Open Championship and Tiger Woods is relishing it.
The Scottish Open almost saw a piece of European Tour history, but Brandon Stone had to settle for 60 as he prevailed.
Looking for his first PGA Tour win, Michael Kim is in complete control of the John Deere Classic.
Robert Rock's nightmare third round opened up the Scottish Open as Jens Dantorp finished strong to take the lead heading into Sunday.
American Michael Kim had one hole remaining when play was suspended due to inclement weather in Silvis, Illinois Friday.
Hideto Tanihara could not break the European Tour round record at the Scottish Open, as Robert Rock took a two-shot lead.
With the Open Championship a week away, Bryson DeChambeau suffered a worrying shoulder injury at the John Deere Classic.
A big-money exhibition between Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods has seemingly moved a step closer.
As a number of stars fell short of record-breaking exploits on Thursday, Luke List took the lead at the Scottish Open.
U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka does not believe he gets the recognition he fully deserves, a fact he is fine with.
World number one Dustin Johnson does not see the merits of analysing his game too much as he prepares for the Open Championship.
Padraig Harrington beat Sergio Garcia in a play-off when Carnoustie last hosted The Open in 2007. We reflect on how they have fared since.
The Open circus has rolled into Carnoustie and we have looked at five players whose form suggests they could be drinking from a Claret Jug.
A greying Rory McIlroy, an under-fire Branden Grace and a warmly received Gary Player all feature in Wednesday's Open diary.
Another American winner at The Open this week would strike a huge psychological blow to Europe's Ryder Cup hopes, writes Peter Hanson.
In 2007, Rory McIlroy won the silver medal as top amateur at The Open and he wants to channel that feeling upon his return to Carnoustie.
Reaching world number one will mean more to Justin Rose if he can make the summit by winning tournaments.
World number two Justin Thomas has plenty of friends in golf, but he says that bond goes out of the window during tournament play.
Tiger Woods dominated golf for more than a decade and Rory McIlroy concedes he has no realistic hope of matching that.