NORTH Berwick's young golfing ace Clara Young narrowly missed out on becoming the youngest ever winner of the Scottish Ladies' Amateur Championship after the 16-year-old lost in the final at Longniddry on Saturday.
NORTH Berwick golfing prodigy Clara Young celebrated signing up for a top American sporting university by taking the East Lothian title.
Posted 15 May 2013 14:30
MORE young female golfers than ever before are set to take part in this month's US Kids Golf European Championship in East Lothian.
THE organisers of The Open Championship at Muirfield have unveiled a series of new spectator enhancements for this year's staging of the tournament - and say they are "delighted" to be back in East Lothian for the 16th time.
IT ISN'T just on British shores where East Lothian's golf stars are achieving success as Craigielaw's Grant Forrest won a prestigious competition across the Atlantic.
CALUM Smith is the new head professional at Royal Musselburgh Golf Club, taking over from John Henderson who has moved into a managerial role at the club.
A NEW golf tournament comes to East Lothian as the inaugural Links Golf Cup for amateurs takes place across four of the county's top courses next month.
NORTH Berwick held off a worthy challenge from visitors Musselburgh on Sunday to secure the Matthew Black Trophy and the title of East Lothian Winter Golf League champions for the first time ever.
THE former club of legend-of-golf Willie Anderson has been presented with a trophy acknowledging his induction into the Scottish Sports Hall of Fame.
A PUPIL at Musselburgh's Loretto School has claimed a prestigious title at a golfing competition in his native Hong Kong over the festive season.
A MUSSELBURGH golfer who passed away in 1925 will join revered golfers,Colin Montgomerie and Fred Couples in being inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame next year.
A PAIR of county golfers headed to Turkey at the weekend to take part in a the final of a prestigious PGA competition.
FOR any sports star, playing in just over half of the tournaments in a competition is unlikely to bring success, but for one county golfer, a handful of events was all that was needed to take the title.