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Tiger roars again
“I don’t care how many strokes I’m leading over him, I still worry about him, fear him.” These were the words of the seemingly-invincible Hideki Matsuyama after the third round. Read full blog
A fine week on the Heath
One of the first professional tournaments I ever watched live as a youngster was the 1996 World Cup of Golf at Erinvale. Read full blog
Social media's force for good
On balance, has the advent of the social media era been a force for good? It’s a topic which could be debated long into the night, with any number of arguments for and against it. Read full blog
Noren's new normal
The Nedbank Golf Challenge has seen its share of dominant performances and comfortable victories in the past. Read full blog
Bring on Africa's new-look major
Are you as excited as I am at the prospect of this weekend’s Nedbank Golf Challenge? What a remarkable evolution this event has been through over the years. Read full blog
Equipment: The name of the game
The old adage ‘a hunter is only as good as his tools’ is one I’ve never fully subscribed to. As with any cliché, it can be contextualised such that it is both applicable or inaccurate, Read full blog
Woosie's unwise words
The World Golf Hall of Fame is a rather prestigious place to find oneself, and has an interesting history. It originally consisted of 13 members when it opened in 1974. Read full blog
Two steps forward for Rambo
I’m still amazed at the courage it takes to choose the uncertainty of carving out a career in professional golf over a standard 9-to-5 job. Read full blog
Oh Tiger, what have you done?
The stage was set, the tickets were sold, and the theatre was brimming with excitement. Read full blog
Ryder Cup thrills and splendour - yet again
Eight years of Ryder Cup hurt and two decades of struggles were put to bed by the Americans at Hazeltine on Sunday. Read full blog
An ode to the King
This week we bade farewell to the man who revolutionised the professional game forever, and brought new meaning to the too-easily-thrown-around description of 'transcending the sport'. Read full blog
Ross Biddiscombe at Hazeltine
Author Ross Biddiscombe is at the 41st edition of the Ryder Cup and he's sharing his insight here. Read full blog
Rise of the golfing machines, fall of the human
The eccentrics and great characters of the game are now few and far between and these days players are turned into robots, writes Michael Todt. Read full blog
Tiger's return: Thrills and torment await
So, the comeback of the great man has been confirmed. After a 14-month absence, Tiger Woods looks set to be back in competitive action before the end of next month. Read full blog
Putting things right
One could sit here and rant about how ludicrous it is that after a solitary PGA Tour victory – his first in 16 months – Rory McIlroy is somehow now up to fourth in the FedEx Cup standings. Read full blog
Let the Ryder Cup excitement commence
Even with absolutely no dog in this particular fight, for some reason I always find it heartwarming to observe the level of prestige the world's elite golfers place on the Ryder Cup. Read full blog
An ageless Frost
When you cast your mind to South Africa's glamorous household golfing names, it's fair to say that for most people, David Frost wouldn't be the first to come to mind. Read full blog
Walker Texas Ranger has his Day
Goodness me, the PGA Championship knows how to churn them out, doesn’t it? Read full blog
PGA hotting up as nicely as it ever has
Courtesy of the farce that is golf at the Olympic Games, we have another major rolling into town just 10 days after Henrik Stenson lifted the Claret Jug. Read full blog
The greatest one of them all
No one said it better than David Feherty yesterday. “I’m starting to feel a little guilty that I didn’t pay to get in to watch this.” Read full blog

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Michael Todt
Tiger roars again
“I don’t care how many strokes I’m leading over him, I still worry about him, fear him.” These were...

Ryder Cup diary
Ross Biddiscombe at Hazeltine
Author Ross Biddiscombe is at the 41st edition of the Ryder Cup and he's sharing his insight here.