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Golf

The ghost of Billy Joe
Seven-time major winner Sam Snead was the first Masters champion to be awarded the green jacket when he romped to victory at Augusta in 1949. Read full blog
Augusta Rush
It's only Monday, but I've already got shivers down my spine. How could you possibly not? You can practically smell the Azaleas, see all 50 shades of green and hear that delightful, unmistakable music. Read full blog
Oh Tiger, what a shame!
Tiger Woods has a way of polarising opinion, with many legions of supporters passionately standing by him through thick and thin. Read full blog
Reeling in the big fish
It's been an action-packed weekend of sport and one in which controversy reared it's ever-intriguing head. Read full blog
Na-t so fast
"It ain't fair playing with Kevin Na. It just ain't fair," a bitter voice grumbled on Sunday after the final round of the Valspar Championship. Read full blog
Shanks for the memories
I had to chuckle when I read about WGC-Cadillac champion Patrick Reed being rewarded with "the ultimate compliment" - a fake Twitter account. Read full blog
Out of the blue
Did you see the teeth on that Blue Monster last night? Goodness! Doral has always been one of my favourite stops on the PGA Tour, and its scenery never fails to please the eye. But in recent years, the players have tamed the beast to such an extent that its bite has been to reduced to that of a house cat. Read full blog
Jason wins on Dubuisson's day
After watching the cricket, I sensed the stage was set for a South Africa versus Australia final at the WGC Accenture Matchplay Championship too. Read full blog
Dr Jekyll and Mr Bubba
You just can't take your eyes off the TV when Bubba's on. He took centre stage last week at Riviera and my goodness, did he entertain! Read full blog
George waits no more
This was the next step for me. Since I was a kid I set out specific goals for myself. I wanted to win junior club champs, monthly medal, senior club champs, open stroke play, one of the big three amateur events, then a Sunshine Tour event, and then a big Sunshine Tour event. Read full blog
Fight but fight fair
This morning's news report from the AA that a petrol price of R16 per litre is likely would have pleased precious few of us. Read full blog
Power Serge
Golf has got to be the most impossible game to make predictions in. Of course, golf is an individual game. Read full blog
The next crop of promising youngsters
John Peterson was in the 11th grade and thought no one his age could beat him. That changed when he was at a junior event in Texas... Read full blog
A divide yet to be bridged
It's always a great pleasure listening to Teboho Sefatsa and even more so after his fine win at the Vusi Ngubeni Qualifying School at Crown Mines. Read full blog
Return of the king
Talk about consistent, how about Louis Oosthuizen winning his opening event of the calendar year for a fourth successive time! Read full blog
A tale of Moe
It was with astonishment that I discovered who golf's third highest earner for 2013 was - Arnold Palmer! It has been 40 years since "The King" won an event on the PGA Tour, but his legacy seems to grow by the year. Read full blog
Tiger's countdown
A certain Eldrick Tont Woods celebrated his 38th birthday on Monday, and while the special day no doubt evoked some reflection on his life’s achievements (the more preferable forename of “Tiger” surely being one of them), its annual concurrence with the New Year likely has him looking forward too. Read full blog
The year that was
Season’s greetings everyone, and may this festive period be one of celebration, laughter and holed putts. But as we wind down and soak up the sun in these final days of December, it seems only right to look back on an extraordinary 2013 in the world of golf. Read full blog
Riveting, unpredictable 2013
Like an enticing chocolate box offering an exquisite array of pralines, truffles, fudge and liqueurs, global golf gave its fans just about everything they might have wanted... Read full blog
Sergio's happy ending
It’s seldom boring when Sergio Garcia is in the mix, and the Spaniard’s triumph at last week’s Thailand Golf Championships was no exception. A final-round 68 was enough to secure a four-stroke victory over Henrik Stenson, and end a win drought in excess of 12 months. But it was arguably Garcia’s “bagman” who raised more eyebrows. Read full blog

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The ghost of Billy Joe
Seven-time major winner Sam Snead was the first Masters champion to be awarded the green jacket...

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The next crop of promising youngsters
John Peterson was in the 11th grade and thought no one his age could beat him. That changed when he...