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Rich entertainment at the expense of maths sanity
Americans love playoffs, I get it. And there is no doubt that, with $10 million on the line, the finale at East Lake on Sunday was a thrilling one. Read full blog
The true power of golf
For the third year in a row, I have been very lucky to be handed one of the bigger privileges within the realm of golf media. Read full blog
Can the underdogs win Presidents Cup?
It's just over two weeks until the Presidents Cup, and I for one am rather excited. Read full blog
Every white elephant has a silver lining
The city of Rio enjoyed a two-year long carnival for the ages in the middle of the decade. Read full blog
A glimpse of the future
What a breathless finish that was on Sunday at the Northern Trust Open. And what a way to kick off the business end of the FedEx Cup! Read full blog
Will the PGA grow wings in 2019?
I know I've banged the "PGA Championship is inferior" drum before, but it was with some interest that I noted how poor the ratings were over in America. Read full blog
Thomas makes the circle bigger
A cynic would probably say that the 12 seconds in which Justin Thomas's ball hovered over the lip of the 10th hole on Sunday encapsulated the inferiority of the PGA Championship to other majors. Read full blog
Can a fine course deliver memorable PGA?
The PGA Championship gets its share of derision when it comes to prestige. Read full blog
Behind every great player...
One fascinating sidebar from last week's absorbing Open Championship at Royal Birkdale was the role of caddies. Read full blog
The sky is the limit for Spieth now
After the most incredible duel in the history of golf at Troon last year, Royal Birkdale seemed long odds to replicate the awe, drama and excitement of the 2016 Open. Read full blog
The Open diary from Royal Birkdale
July 23: Greetings from South Ayrshire in Scotland, where I arrived late this afternoon. Read full blog
The most open Open in recent memory
Royal Birkdale is held in fond regard among players, media and spectators alike. Read full blog
Rules are rules. Or are they?
Jon Rahm’s incredible ability is hardly a secret, but his extraordinary score of 65 on Sunday at the Irish Open was something to behold. Read full blog
Look beyond the Web
Social media was set abuzz last week, which is something the Web.com Tour can't lay claim to doing on a regular basis. Read full blog
The end of an era
I've always been fascinated by player-caddie alliances, and few are more intriguing than that of Jordan Spieth and Michael Greller. Read full blog
Koepka’s coming of age
It probably won’t go down as a classic, but the 2017 US Open made for compelling viewing nonetheless. Read full blog
Look back: Koepka - America's future
There's a reason Brooks Koepka is the best young American golfer you've never heard of. Read full blog
Crunch time for the USGA
There is every possibility that the 2017 US Open will be sans both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. Read full blog
The case for Jesse to wing it
When previous Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer chose Jesse Kriel on the wing for the 2015 home Rugby Championship clash with Argentina, he was pilloried for making that selection. Read full blog
Farewell to a legend of the game
And so, the game said farewell to one of the greats, as Roberto De Vicenzo passed away at the age of 94 last week. Read full blog