Add Darren Clarke to the list of international players who have recently taken up membership on the PGA Tour.
It seems that even the Claret Jug might need a bit of a break -- and maybe a polish or two -- after a trip around the globe.
The range at Castle Stuart was not a bustling one on Monday morning, but interestingly two headliners -- Darren Clarke and Jose Maria Olazabal -- were out working on their games, both trying to find something for this week and next.
Maybe now that Darren Clarke has relinquished the old Claret Jug he can get on with the rest of his career.
British Open champion Darren Clarke has withdrawn from next month's U.S. Open in San Francisco because of a groin injury.
British Open champion Darren Clarke has married his fiancee Alison Campbell in a small beach wedding in the Bahamas.
Robert Rock is the epitome of an overachiever, but he isn't alone. And there are plenty of Euro golfers who have underachieved. Who makes Alistair Tait's top-5 list? You might be surprised.
Major winners Darren Clarke, Ernie Els and Padraig Harrington will play the European Tour's Volvo Golf Champions event this month at South Africa's Fancourt links course.
Northern Irish golf stars Darren Clarke and Rory McIlroy are among the sports figures honored by Queen Elizabeth II in her New Year list, after claiming their first major titles.
Alistair Tait: From Europe's dramatic win over the U.S. at the Solheim Cup to Luke Donald's mastery on both tours to Rory McIlroy's big win at the U.S. Open, it was a year to remember in Europe.
Darren Clarke failed to make the cut at the Irish Open on Friday, two weeks after he won the British Open for his first major title
The Darren Clarke parade arrived via helicopter in the British capital as the Northern Irishman accepted one of his many rewards for winning the 140th Open Championship.
What did Darren Clarke do after winning the Claret Jug? Party until dawn. The next move will involve a good look at the future. Alistair Tait explains.
Strolling along the undulating fairways of Royal St. George's, puffing away on a cigarette, British Open champion Darren Clarke was a picture of contentment this week.
The fans’ throaty roar as Darren Clarke lifted the claret jug signaled that they were celebrating more than a man’s good golf. They were cheering for one of their own overcoming all that life can throw at a person.
Darren Clarke is an enigma – he’s an underachiever and an overachiever. His talent says he should have won a major long ago. His kryptonite? His temper. Sunday could change that.
Who's there? The Americans are. Darren Clarke has the lead at the British Open after the third round, but three Americans are in the top six and six in the top 12.
Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland shot a 1-under 69 Saturday and carries a one-stroke lead over American Dustin Johnson into the final round of the British Open.
Darren Clarke marched along bumpy fairways on a wild ride at Royal St. George’s that was filled with blunders and brilliance, and one final birdie that brought the kind of ovation he had not heard in a decade at the British Open.
For Rory McIlroy, the familiar face of fellow Northern Irishman Darren Clarke atop the British Open leaderboard provides a little extra incentive. Alistair Tait explains.