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The talented Mr Daly
For a brief synopsis of the life of John Daly, you need not extend the search much beyond this past weekend. Read full blog
Sticking it to (Grand) Father Time
Was this going to be the Sunday that transported us back to a golden age? A time when you only associated a fist pump with one golfer? Read full blog
Australia Day
That was a high-quality PGA Championship. Words I haven't uttered in years with any real sincerity. Read full blog
Glory's last shot
Will he or won't he? It's been the talk of the town since Rory McIlroy injured himself. Read full blog
Tiger's 'back'
Finally, after three years of fighting demons, Ian Baker-Finch put himself out of his misery at Royal Troon in 1997. Read full blog
The curious case of Bob
Extra-marital affairs, scandals, match fixing, drugs and general controversy. These are all things which never seem to be too far around the corner in modern sport. Read full blog
There's no place like home
"The never-ending Open," a solitary voice groaned behind me. I wished it could have gone on forever. Read full blog
Can anyone stop Spieth?
The boat couldn't get there fast enough. That's what stood between Ben Hogan and a historic swoop. Read full blog
Open diary, with Glenmorangie
My two friends and I were joined by another mate on Sunday morning as he made the train trip up from Manchester for a day of golf. Read full blog
Seve's finest hour
1984. A number perhaps better known for the dystopian novel by author George Orwell. But in golfing terms, it was a year which produced some of the more enthralling majors of the modern era. Read full blog
Bobby's special place
Few pairs have experienced greater ups and downs than Bobby Jones and St Andrews. Read full blog
Six things you might not know about St Andrews
It isn't just the home of golf. It's a sanctuary which has stood the test of time, and remains the mecca of our game - even in the modern era where so many have tried and failed to usurp her. Read full blog
Bobby's brush with controversy
Walter Hagen. Harry Vardon. JH Taylor. James Braid. Willie Park Snr. Old and Young Tom Morris. All legends of the Open Championship. Read full blog
Diary of a US Open
I’m back in Seattle, reflecting on what was an incredibly exciting US Open final round. Read full blog
Old Tom paved the way
These were heady times for SA sportsfans. The Fifa World Cup had only finished seven days prior to Louis Oosthuizen putting on..... Read full blog
Cut Rory some slack
142. Nope, not just a random number. That one's the number of consecutive cuts Tiger Woods made on the PGA Tour between 1998 and 2005. Read full blog
A mixed week for a troubled tour
A strong field drew in some good crowds at Wentworth and some sublime golf was on show. Read full blog
The final frontier
Where do you begin with McIlroy? It's unusual to see players shoot scores as low as 61 but never will you see it done as nonchalantly. Read full blog
Underrated, understated, and magnificent
Make no mistake about it... For Rickie Fowler, this was big. Really big. This was about more than showing defiance to some arbitrary player poll. Read full blog
The thriller in Harding Park
In terms of prestige, the Miguel Angel Jimenez bout with Keegan Bradley was diametrically opposed to Mayweather v Pacquiao. Read full blog

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The talented Mr Daly
For a brief synopsis of the life of John Daly, you need not extend the search much beyond this past...

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Open diary, with Glenmorangie
My two friends and I were joined by another mate on Sunday morning as he made the train trip up...

The Open, with Glenmorangie
Can anyone stop Spieth?
The boat couldn't get there fast enough. That's what stood between Ben Hogan and a historic swoop.

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