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The rise from Grace
Ah, rose-tinted glasses, funny things those - a bias inflating the good, and excusing or deflecting the bad. Read full blog
From efficiency to calamity
"I'm playing for second now," conceded Rory McIlroy on Sunday morning at the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship. Read full blog
That unshakable monkey on his back
You could almost see that ape-like figure intensifying its clutch around his shoulders. Charl Schwartzel has a total of 12 wins as a professional, including nine on the European Tour, and, of course, one at Augusta in 2011. Read full blog
It's SA Open time!
Happy New Year everyone, and all the best for 2015! Of course, there is that "back-to-work" feeling that accompanies the first Monday of the year, but, like me, take great consolation from the fact that with it comes the return of the Sunshine Tour Read full blog
The game is in a state
As the curtain comes down on 2014, the inclination for most - in the absence of any action on channel 201 - is to reflect on the year that was.` Read full blog
Money and happiness
It's been more than a week since the USGA's newest brains trust, the so-called "Ryder Cup Task Force," met for the first time to thrash out ideas as to why they just can't win the damn thing Read full blog
The greatest equalizer in sport
What a brutal, brutal game golf can be. There’ve been some wretched capitulations over the years. Rory McIlroy's final-round 80 after leading the 2011 Masters was fairly difficult to watch (although admittedly made a whole lot easier by Charl Schwartzel's win!). Read full blog
The greatest equaliser in sport
What a brutal, brutal game golf can be. There’ve been some wretched capitulations over the years. Rory McIlroy's final-round 80 after leading the 2011 Masters was fairly difficult to watch (although admittedly made a whole lot easier by Charl Schwartzel's win!). Read full blog
Don't crash the Brazil party
Ah, Rio - the spiritual home of football and the stage for the 2016 Summer Olympics. Read full blog
The pride of Africa
"This Nedbank thing is dying a slow death," one of my friends remarked as Hennie Otto dropped out of the Lion of Africa Cape Town Open's three-man playoff after missing a 20-foot par save on the first lap of sudden death. Read full blog
Henrik still one of golf's big guns
It wasn't quite the typical "Ice Man" performance synonymous with 2013, but for Henrik Stenson, Sunday's win at the DP World Tour Championship Final was proof that he hasn't forgotten how to get it done. Read full blog
Damned if you do, damned if you don't
What a finish to the Turkish Airlines Open on Sunday! In the red corner, there was laid-back American Brooks Koepka and in the blue corner, we had love-to-hate Englishman Ian Poulter. Read full blog
Bubba Watson - 100% genuine
Click, click. That was the sound that disrupted the unorthodox focus of Bubba Watson as he commenced his bunker shot at the 72nd hole of the HSBC Champions in Shanghai. Read full blog
The underhand tactics of many varieties
No sharper weapon in the bag than the one made of lead, eh? Anyone who grew up playing tournament golf as a youngster will have come across their share of cheats. Read full blog
Pride, and then perspective
It should have been a day to celebrate for South African golf, and thus South African sport. Unfortunately – no. Tragically - yesterday just wasn't. Read full blog
Rising with Pace
It's been a tough road for women's professional golf the world over in recent years, but few have found the going tougher than the South African game. Read full blog
Bowled out for 50?
Weather forecasts seldom make for pretty reading in the UK. But even by their already grim standards, the Met Office’s precipitation projections for the weekend - given the amount of rain that has already fallen this week in London - are rather depressing. Read full blog
Watson's legend tarnished
More than a week later, and the recriminations and fallout from a fragmented US team's performance at Gleneagles have yet to cease. Read full blog
The un-United Statesmen
For roughly the duration of his career, Phil Mickelson has been regarded as America's golfing sweetheart. Read full blog
Six of the best
When Samuel Ryder picked up the $500 shortfall of a fund raiser in 1927, he could not possibly have imagined the monster he'd created. Read full blog

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