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Protest won’t change golf – economics will - August 2013
The issue of Muirfield’s men only membership policy was always going to dog Peter Dawson and the R&A in the run up to this year’s Open.
Tiger missed his concession moment - June 2013
The Friday of the 2013 Masters should have been the beginning of the third act of Tiger Woods’ career.
Decisions of Olympian proportions - April 2013
As things stand, golf in the 2016 Olympics will consist of...wait for it...a 72-hole strokeplay event. Clearly, the format – not to mention the likely participants – is a talking point...
15 Issues Golf Needs to Talk About - November 2012
Golf's obsession with beautiful green – i.e. heavily watered greens and fairways – is unsustainable. Future wars will be about water, not oil...
Smart in every sense of the word - September 2012
I was 16 in 1984, as Seve pumped the air at on the 18th green at St Andrews. I noted the navy blue Slazenger V-neck, white shirt and white shoes and adapted my golf garb accordingly.
The most lucrative non-paid job in golf - July 2012
Peter Alliss gave an intriguing interview to Derek Lawrenson in the Daily Mail recently.
The Distance Problem - June 2012
Five things the European Tour would rather not talk about.
What we need from Tiger 2.0 - May 2012
When the history of the last twenty years comes to be written, there will be a niggling question hanging over professional golf. As the people of Europe faced the greatest economic and social challenge since the Great Depression of the 1930s, what was it the best golfers in the world were doing?
What we need from Tiger 2.0 - March 2012
Do you remember, in those innocent days of pre-crashgate Tigermania, we used to talk a lot about how good Tiger Woods was for golf. We don’t to that much anymore, but maybe, now 2012 is shaping up to be the year of the Second Coming, we should.
What happens when the dream ends? - July 2010
Just as the NBA experienced with the fading of Michael Jordan's powers, so professional golf is feeling the negative effects of having built up its product - and sold the TV rights - entirely around one man

 

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