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Golf

Lies, damned lies, and statistics
As I watched Dustin Johnson on Sunday, a whole lot of thoughts and feelings bubbled to the surface. Read full blog
A beacon of hope
When Stewart Cink won the 2009 Open Championship at Turnberry in a playoff against a 59-year old Tom Watson, one couldn't help but get the feeling that the entire golfing world had wanted the other guy to win. Read full blog
Less is more
In July 1974, the world of football was shocked by the news that legendary Liverpool FC manager Bill Shankly would be retiring from professional football management with immediate effect. Read full blog
Rahm's incredible rise
The Farmers Insurance Open didn’t really seem as though it could be headed for anything other than a playoff on Sunday. Read full blog
An entirely human masterclass
It was scarcely believable to see the 60 ‘barrier’ toppled on the PGA Tour for the second week in succession on Saturday. Read full blog
The Cinderella story at Glendower
Just 84 days. It’s not very much time, least of all in the whirlwind life of a professional golfer. Read full blog
RIP, Wayne
Last week, the world of golf was rocked by Wayne Westner’s death, the cause of which was quickly confirmed to be suicide. Read full blog
A new year, an old Tiger?
It’s been an exciting and somewhat unpredictable last few years in the world of professional golf. All money would have been on the previously-established ‘Big Three’ dominating 2016. Read full blog
Five unforgettable moments of 2016
2016 has been mooted as an 'annus horribilis' by many people, set against a backdrop of challenging economic times, global political change and an unfortunate (and coincidental) series of celebrity deaths. Read full blog
A coach's chastening
Watching sports, I sometimes can't help but wonder if the role of the coach or manager is overhyped. Read full blog
A warm welcome to the DJ rule
Often I've got the impression that, in golf, the powers that be tend to conflate 'tradition' and 'inertia'. Read full blog
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

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Michael Todt
Lies, damned lies, and statistics
As I watched Dustin Johnson on Sunday, a whole lot of thoughts and feelings bubbled to the surface.

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.