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Golf doesn't need fixing
It’s terrible what’s happening with cricket and tennis of late. Nope, not the recent performances of our South African stars on these fronts Read full blog
Rickie Fowler's new dawn
It’s been the talk of the town in the wake of Rickie Fowler’s hugely impressive win in Abu Dhabi over the weekend. Read full blog
When two clubs became one
Over the last decade, club golf in South Africa – and indeed the world over – has been fighting an ominous battle to stay afloat. Read full blog
Rambo's first blood
What an SA Open that was! The word ‘rollercoaster’ even feels an inadequate description. Read full blog
A legend returns to where it all began
Welcome to 2016 everyone! Goodness gracious, has it really been 12 months since that enthralling South African Open at Glendower last year? Read full blog
2015: The year golf changed for good
It’s that time where every writer and their dog are writing reviews of the year, so if you’re seeking alternative subject matter, look elsewhere! Read full blog
Let the holiday antics begin
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Of course it is. Whatever your religious allegiance - or even lack thereof - Christmas is the hard-earned holiday season where you get to kick back and do as much, or as little, as you please. Read full blog
Forza Italia!
It’s been an up-and-down seven days in the world of golf, hasn’t it? There was the disappointing news from the Tiger Woods camp that there is no set date for his return. Read full blog
NGC on the up and up
In the end, it was a triumph at a canter. As has been the case in the Nedbank Golf Challenge in recent years. Read full blog
Is the R&A coming out of its Slumber?
Credit where it's due: Barely two months into the job, and new R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers has probably dared ruffle more feathers than his place-holder predecessor Peter Dawson did in 16 years. Read full blog
The rumble of Rory's return
If you'd told me last December that I'd end up writing three columns about Andy Sullivan in the same calendar year, I'd have thought you were as mad as a box of frogs. Read full blog
Je suis golf
We golfers are a superstitious bunch, but the events of Friday the 13th in Paris were grotesquely beyond the realms of imagination. Read full blog
The sour taste of glory
The stock of Kiwi sportsmen, particularly in terms of 'spirit of the game', could hardly be much higher right now. The All Blacks are being showered in praise from all angles, and rightly so Read full blog
We're proud of you Jaco
What a performance, what a player, and what a fantastic ambassador he was for our country this past weekend. Read full blog
Dean does it again
Purple patches. They don't go on forever. But for top-quality players, they tend to return again. One chap who is fast solidifying a place for himself in this particular category is Dean Burmester. Read full blog
Andy's career taking off
It wasn't a weekend too many sports fans from the Home Nations will look back on with fondness. Read full blog
Back in the game
A decade or so ago, the biggest problem an emerging Presidents Cup grappled with was establishing own identity in the face of its hugely popular counterpart, the Ryder Cup. Read full blog
Five yippers to make you feel chipper
"The most perfect yip stroke you've ever seen," was how Ernie Els described his absolutely diabolical miss from one foot at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Thursday. Read full blog
All hail King Jordan
A total of $11.5 million or a grand slam of majors in a year... Which would you choose? Read full blog
The debacle at St Leon-Rot
Drama, disgrace, and the scarcely believable. And I'm not even talking about the rugby! The weekend's Solheim Cup had it all, and while many will have their own view on the major talking point(s). Read full blog

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