The R&A are believed to be considering changing their policy on frequently taking The Open to male-only clubs.
The Royal & Ancient Club has announced a revamp of the way players can qualify for the Open Championship.
Phil Mickelson has set his sights on becoming only the sixth man to complete a Grand Slam of major championship titles.
Ian Poulter insists Lee Westwood is "too good" not to win a major championship.
Tournament organisers believe the heatwave could have contributed to the lower than expected attendances for The Open.
Tiger Woods is convinced he will win a 15th major championship despite seeing another chance pass him by at Muirfield.
Phil Mickelson shot a 66 to win his first Open Championship as Lee Westwood suffered more major heartbreak.
Lee Westwood rued a poor finish to the front nine as he reflected on another major near-miss at the Open.
Adam Scott said he "let a great chance slip" as the Claret Jug slipped through his fingers for the second year running.
Henrik Stenson saw plenty of positives after finishing runner-up behind Phil Mickelson at the Open Championship.
Ian Poulter drew on his Medinah memories to inspire his remarkable final-round charge at the Open.
India's Shiv Kapur will take home bitter-sweet memories of his second appearance in the Open after a 71 on Sunday.
Phil Mickelson rates his Open win as the best of his career after wondering whether he would ever master links golf.
Sheffield's Matthew Fitzpatrick won the Silver Medal as top amateur at the Open Championship after a final round 72.
Tiger Woods is hoping the experience he has gained from winning 14 majors will help him end a long wait for number 15.
Hunter Mahan is excited about the chance to win a first major after a superb 68 left him in a tie for second place.
Masters champion Adam Scott is in a relaxed frame of mind as he seeks to atone for last year's Open heartache.
Scotland's Martin Laird slumped out of contention after a nightmare third round that included a nine at the third.
Johnson Wagner was fiercely critical of the one-stroke slow-play punishment handed to playing partner Hideki Matsuyama.
Ernie Els finally shot an under par round at Muirfield but was frustrated he failed to make a bigger move on Saturday.
Two-shot Open leader Lee Westwood believes he knows what it takes to win a maiden major title.
Lee Westwood will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the 142nd Open Championship at Muirfield.
Former champion Paul Lawrie shrugged off a 300-mile round trip to card a third round of 70 at Muirfield.
Sergio Garcia reckons he may have given himself a "slight chance" of victory at the Open after his third-round 68.
Lee Westwood played down an uncertain finish to his second round of the Open after a 68 got him to two under.