Macclesfield golfer Jamie Donaldson hit the winning shot to win the Ryder Cup for Europe on Sunday.
Jamie's now back home in Cheshire, and in between a lot of understandable celebrating, he took time out to chat to ITV News.
Ryder Cup golfer Jamie Donaldson has spoken about the moment he hit the winning shot to seal the win for Europe.
Donaldson, who is based at Macclesfield Golf Club, says he hit "the shot of his life" to seal a win against the USA, and guarantee Europe retained the trophy.
Members at Macclesfield Golf Club are celebrating Europe's Ryder Cup success after Jamie Donaldson clinched the crucial point to win the famous trophy.
With 13 and a half points already on the board, Donaldson initially made sure Europe would retain the trophy as holders by guaranteeing half a point against Bradley by holding a four-hole lead with four to play.
But he then sealed outright victory in style, hitting his approach to the 15th to within inches of the hole and prompting the captains to shake hands before he had reached the green.
Today, members at his home club in Macclesfield have been toasting his success.
Macclesfield golfer Jamie Donaldson reflected on his "remarkable journey" after securing the winning point on his Ryder Cup debut.Read the full story ›
Some of the biggest names in the world of golf are in the region for the start of The Open at Royal Liverpool In Hoylake.
Tiger Woods is back where he won his last open in 2006. The 143rd OPen is expected to attract 230,000 visitors and bring £75 million into the local economy.
The Women's Open Golf championship starts at Royal Birkdale in Southport today. Thousand of fans are expected to turn out to watch the tournament, it's the sixth time the championship has been held there.
Reigning champion Stacy Lewis will be there to defend her title as well as the world number one Inbee Park. The Championship runs until Sunday.
Congratulations to a factory worker from Birkenhead who has booked his place at The Open later this month. Wallasey's John Singleton was one of three players to secure a slot for Royal Liverpool.
The R&A announces that Royal Birkdale will host The Open Championship in 2017 and Carnoustie will host the Championship in 2018.Read the full story ›
The Royal Birkdale, near Southport, will host The Open Golf Championships in 2017, the R&A announced today.
Five-time Open Champion Tom Watson, who won The Open at Royal Birkdale in 1983 and at Carnoustie in 1975, joined The R&A to make the announcement at the Greenbrier.
He said “Royal Birkdale is a fine links course and I have always thoroughly enjoyed playing there.
"I think the players and the fans will be excited to see the top players playing these courses once again.”
The course will host The Open for the tenth time on July 20, 2017.
The R&A also announced today that Carnoustie will host the competition in 2018.
This year's Open Championship will be played at the Royal Liverpool, in Hoylake, Wirral, later this month.
Royal Birkdale will host The Open for the tenth time in 2017, the R&A has announced.