Sheffield golfer Matthew Fitzpatrick has won his first European Tour event this afternoon at the British Masters
Sheffield golfer Danny Willett will begin is final round at the Open Championship three shots off the lead at St Andrews.
Willett is currently tied for sixth place after leading earlier in the tournament.
He begins the fourth round of his first ever British Open Championship at the home of golf at 1:30pm this afternoon.
Golfer Danny Willett says leading the Open at the halfway point is a "childhood dream", but admits he will have to quickly acclimatise at the top of the scorecard.
The 27-year-old from Sheffield is nine under par at his first appearance at St Andrews:
Danny Willett, from Sheffield, is leading the British Open at the halfway stage.
Willet is currently nine under par - and leads the rest of the field by two shots at St Andrews.
He is well aware though that no Yorkshireman has ever won the Open:
Two golfers from our region start their opening rounds in the Masters at Augusta this afternoon.
Sheffield's Danny Willet tees off just after 4pm, with Worksop's Lee Westwood getting his round underway at 5:30pm.
It is one of the most anticipated weeks on the golfing calendar and with all eyes on grand slam chasing Rory McIlroy and the returning Tiger Woods it has gone largely unnoticed that a Yorkshireman will make his Masters debut in Augusta.
Sheffield's Danny Willett received his invitation on the back of winning his second European Tour title at the end of last year.
Before he jetted out to the US, Danny spoke to our sports reporter Chris Dawkes:
Sheffield golfer Danny Willet is hoping that his experience will help him perform as he prepares to play in his first Masters tournament.
The 27-year-old is playing in arguably golf's biggest individual event following victory at the Nedbank Invitational in South Africa last year.
He will tee off at Augusta National in Georgia tomorrow.
Mansfield golfer Oliver Wilson has defied the odds to win his first European Tour title.
The 34 year old - previously a runner-up nine times - won the Alfred Dunhill Links event at St Andrews by a single shot.
The former Ryder Cup player, now ranked 792 in the world, has spent the last two years in the golfing wilderness after losing his European Tour card in 2012. But today he posted a final round 70 to finish 17 under par, one shot ahead of Rory McIlroy, Tommy Fleetwood and Richie Ramsay.
Not only does Wilson take home a career-changing first prize of £500,000, he also earned a two year exemption on the European Tour, and automatic entry to some of the game's biggest tournaments worldwide.
Worksop's Lee Westwood has won his foursomes match alongside Jamie Donaldson in the Ryder Cup.
The pair beat Zach Johnson and Matt Kuchar 2&1 to avenge their earlier loss in the fourballs to give Europe a two point advantage over the USA.