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The Open diary from Royal Birkdale
July 21: What a tough day, with wind and rain making it nothing less than challenging at Royal Birkdale. Read full blog
The most open Open in recent memory
Royal Birkdale is held in fond regard among players, media and spectators alike. Read full blog
Rules are rules. Or are they?
Jon Rahm’s incredible ability is hardly a secret, but his extraordinary score of 65 on Sunday at the Irish Open was something to behold. Read full blog
Look beyond the Web
Social media was set abuzz last week, which is something the Web.com Tour can't lay claim to doing on a regular basis. Read full blog
The end of an era
I've always been fascinated by player-caddie alliances, and few are more intriguing than that of Jordan Spieth and Michael Greller. Read full blog
Koepka’s coming of age
It probably won’t go down as a classic, but the 2017 US Open made for compelling viewing nonetheless. Read full blog
Look back: Koepka - America's future
There's a reason Brooks Koepka is the best young American golfer you've never heard of. Read full blog
Crunch time for the USGA
There is every possibility that the 2017 US Open will be sans both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. Read full blog
The case for Jesse to wing it
When previous Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer chose Jesse Kriel on the wing for the 2015 home Rugby Championship clash with Argentina, he was pilloried for making that selection. Read full blog
Farewell to a legend of the game
And so, the game said farewell to one of the greats, as Roberto De Vicenzo passed away at the age of 94 last week. Read full blog
A sad story just got sadder
The number of iconic images that come to mind when you think of Tiger Woods are limitless. Read full blog
Golf equipment: cause for concern?
It's been a peculiar period for TaylorMade, with oodles of good news interspersed with the 'less good'. Read full blog
A spectacular upset
And so, Louis Oosthuizen’s wait for glory on US soil goes on. In fact, he’s accrued just the one victory anywhere in the world since defending his Volvo Golf Champions title in 2014. Read full blog
Slow on the uptake
"American referees are not as intimidating as the European referees. That’s what I like about the European Tour." Read full blog
Dylan's best is yet to come
Heartbreak for Dylan Frittelli, but at the end of a remarkable effort in China, the Johannesburg-born star said it best. Read full blog
Golf's battle to stay relevant
Mondays aren’t exactly a beacon of joy at the best of times, so apologies in advance for the somewhat doom-laden comment to follow. Read full blog
Development Golf - Can't we do more?
One of the frustrations for golf in South Africa has been the sluggish progress in expanding the game to poorer and previously-disadvantaged sectors of the population. Read full blog
Bravo you champion
Severiano Ballesteros dealt exclusively in theatre, raw entertainment and drama. Read full blog
The puzzling decline of two champions
Over the weekend, an enjoyable documentary made its way into the public eye titled “When Danny won the Masters”. Read full blog
Time to fly the major flag again
When we think of glorious sporting achievements that marked the dawn of the post-Apartheid era, our minds are usually drawn to the '95 Rugby World Cup. Read full blog

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Garth Milne
The Open diary from Royal Birkdale
July 21: What a tough day, with wind and rain making it nothing less than challenging at Royal...

Michael Todt
The most open Open in recent memory
Royal Birkdale is held in fond regard among players, media and spectators alike.