Golf Today - Over 80000 pages of golf information
Golf News
 Literally Golf

Now that's entertainment - September 2013
Not least for the quality of the BBC’s coverage, the Open at Muirfield was a real scorcher – Tom Cox was glued to the box
Talking points on both sides of the Atlantic - July 2013
Do you remember when the Players Championship used to take place in late March? Back then, it was, in all but name, the first major championship – a taster for the Masters, but more than that, too.
Freddie & the dreamers, only at Augusta - June 2013
I’ve accepted I’m never going to play in the Masters now. I’m 40 in two years and although players such as Vijay Singh, Jay Haas and Eduardo Romero have demonstrated...
Telling it like it really is - May 2013
If you watched golf in the 1990s – and perhaps, also, if you’ve watched American golf with regularity at all over the last couple of decades...
The nice guys finish sickened - September 2012
I always get especially excited about an Open at Royal Lytham, as Royal Lytham is pretty much the place that made me a golfer.
A winner again, but still sullen - May 2012
There was a time, just a few short weeks ago, when the PGA Tour must have looked like a newly bleak and unforgiving landscape to Tiger Woods.
Alliss revels in golf’s theatre - March 2012
I‘ve done 41 of these shows in the last six months,” Peter Alliss told me, standing next to the backstage entrance in the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham.
Memorex are made of this - January 2012
Having recently unearthed his video player for the first time in a decade, Tom Cox settled in for an afternoon’s nostalgic viewing when he discovered a prized collection of old tapes.
The joys of going solo - November 2011
Fourballs, foursomes, greensomes...there are many ways to enjoy a round of golf but the author is a keen devotee of being a golfer of “no standing” – alone on the course.
Crowd pleaser - July 2011
A cavalier approach to the game made Seve the player we all willed to win, while his empathy with the common man made him the golfer we took to our hearts. Tom Cox was among the crowd at the 1988 Open
There's no beginning to his talent - July 2010
The laugh-out-loud book of the summer has to be The Phantom of the Open, the heart-warming if bizarre story of part-time crane driver who shot the highest score in Open history. Meet Maurice Flitcroft...
A reminder of golf’s lost art - July 2008
Creativity is surely a victim to the modern game’s obsession with technology...


Reproduced with kind permission of Golf International Magazine


A Green Jacket’s Unlikely Journey

Woods’ Conviction Called On Again

Hall Talk Doesn’t Matter To Kerr

Golf International App

Ping launches iBlade irons

TaylorMade Golf M2 Irons

New SM6 Vokey Design Wedges

Titleist launch new Scotty Cameron Select putters

Titleist launch DT TruSoft golf ball

New 2016 NXT Tour, NXT Tour S and Velocity golf balls from Titleist

adidas Golf launch Tour360 Boost

SuperStroke introduces new Pistol GT putter grip

Do you struggle to take your ‘range game’ onto the golf course?

New format on show at Zurich Classic

Rules violations always fall on the players

No US Open exemption for Steve Stricker

Golf rules change to limit video evidence

Shenzhen International: Bernd Wiesberger wins in a playoff

Valero Texas Open: Kevin Chappell claims first PGA Tour title

Latest Official World Golf Ranking

Current European Tour Race to Dubai Standings

Current PGA Tour FedEx Cup Standings

Striking Balance Begets Ryu’s Success

Lexi’s ‘Mistake’ May Fast-Track Change

Fumbling Toward Equality

Wie’s Game Back In The Spotlight

Ko, New Coach Look To ‘Swing Her Swing’

A Competitor Strives For Contentment

America Reigns In Bahamas

LPGA Players Grateful For Time Off

Ko Won’t Traffic In Teen Drama

Jutanugarn Comes Of Age

© 1996-2016 - Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy - About Us - Advertise - Classifieds - Newsletter - Contact Us