English golf holds the aces - May 2012 There has never been a time like the present for success by English golfers on the PGA Tour in the US. Never, ever. Well, not since Ted Ray from South Herts, and Jim Barnes, a Cornishman, won successive US Opens in 1920 and 1921.
On my wish list for an epic New Year - January 2012 Much is being made of Tiger's prospects for 2012 following that overblown victory in his own tournament in early December. But the former world No. 1 doesn't warrant a mention in the author's hopes for 2012
Monty tees it up with conviction - September 2010 After Edoardo Molinari's superb victory at Gleneagles, no-one was surprised to see the gutsy Italian join brother Francesco on the bus to Celtic Manor. Elsewhere, the captain had some tough calls to make...
An Open Championship like no other - July 2010 The Open is the oldest championship in golf and for many people it is the apogee of the competitive game. If that is your view, too, then the likelihood is you believe an Open at St Andrews stands above all the rest.
Calling the shots at the Home of Golf - June 2010 He may not occupy a swanky office on the upper floor of the R&A clubhouse, but as the chairman of the St Andrews Links Trust, Alan McGregor has enjoyed being the chief power broker in the historic town
Forgiven, maybe. Forgotten? Never - May 2010 However Tiger and his hapless team of advisers try to spin it, there is no getting away from the fact that his legacy is now fatally flawed - while the latest TV ad from sponsors Nike is just an act of crass commercialism
That's what they call 'experience' - January 2010 In only his second year as a tournament pro, Ireland's Rory McIlroy had the impertinence to challenge Europe's established superstars for supremacy - and was promptly swatted by a resurgent Lee Westwood
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