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No dark clouds of discontent
Recently, members of Muirfield and its founding Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers confounded much of the golfing world and beyond as it failed to deliver a two-thirds majority to open its membership base to women. Read full blog
Havers, and the sands of Troon
In the modern era of professional athleticism in sport, rest has become almost as important as the training. Read full blog
The ultimate stamp of approval
When it comes to links golf courses on the Open Championship rota, there is no shortage of fascinating historical literature or timeless myths and legends, writes Michael Todt. Read full blog
The ghost of 2004
In a little over five weeks, the big grand-daddy of them all gets under way… The Open Championship. Read full blog
The simple Spieth diagnosis
"As much as you play it off, that's a tough hump to get over, coming back from Augusta." These were the words of Jordan Spieth after his triumph in his home state of Texas on the weekend. Read full blog
Open and shut
And so, last week we bade a not-so fond farewell to Muirfield as part of the Open rota. Read full blog
Players, champs and fast greens
The Players Championship. Much to digest. Not many words to do so. Here goes… Read full blog
The underdogs have their day
Whether you're a football fan or not - nay, whether you're a sports fan or not - it was impossible not to be utterly transfixed by the scenes of Leicester City's coronation as Premier League champions on Saturday. Read full blog
Of robots and golfers
I’m sure many of you have read the article documenting how Tiger Woods’ life unravelled in the wake of his father’s death in 2006. Read full blog
The flame is barely flickering
It wasn’t until Beijing in 2008 that I really became captivated by the Olympics. Read full blog
PlayMoreGolf: Helping or hurting?
As a staunch defender of club golf, Michael Todt reserved little else but scorn for ostensibly controversial institutions such as PlayMoreGolf but that may be changing. Read full blog
A tale of glory and woe
“I feel like my game has been trending in the right direction, I just haven’t gotten scores out of how I felt I’d been playing. But, yeah, I’m extremely pleased with that round today. I actually felt like we stole a few." Read full blog
1986: The best there ever was
It’s dubbed the greatest Masters of them all, and if you’ve ever had the privilege of watching footage of the final round in 1986, you’ll probably find it hard to argue. Read full blog
Scaling the peak
When Jason Day plays so absolutely magnificently for two weeks in a row, with no apparent room for improvement, the natural reaction is to assume that he has peaked. Read full blog
All didn't hail the King
They say to be the best, you have to beat the best. Logical, really. Yet the term ‘best’ in itself is wonderfully vague. How, for example, do you define such a thing in the game of golf? Read full blog
Charl rounds off perfect week
It may not have been a week in which the world of sport covered itself in glory. But for South African golf fans, it could hardly have gone much better. Read full blog
Scott the light at dull Doral
Much of the talk during the WGC-Cadillac Championship had centred on the lack of atmosphere at Doral over the first three rounds, with even prominent players like Rory McIlroy commenting on the flat crowds Read full blog
Much ado about putting
Not everyone may be familiar with the work of Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov. Read full blog
The plight of golf clubs, big and small
Go to the pub at any golf club on a Friday night, and you’re almost guaranteed to hear some sort of gossip about its problems. Read full blog
Charl has to take home comforts abroad
What a player he is. What a player! And man, does he know how to close a tournament out? Read full blog

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The Open, with Glenmorangie
No dark clouds of discontent
Recently, members of Muirfield and its founding Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers confounded...

Michael Todt
The simple Spieth diagnosis
"As much as you play it off, that's a tough hump to get over, coming back from Augusta." These were...