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Ryder Cup legends: Ian Poulter

The fifth to feature in our series of Ryder Cup legends in the lead up to Whistling Straits has been the chest pumping heartbeat of Team Europe who'll be striving to don his Postman blue once more

If you don’t have anything nice to say, say nothing at all 

At 8pm on Thursday around Ireland, you could feel the love as people showed their appreciation for our frontline workers. Let's make this atmosphere a reality in our virtual world too #staysafe #covid19

Tackling the question; has golf been the world’s worst-coached game?

There is a growing army of enlightened coaches out there who have moved from simple swing developers to performance-focused experts, adept in all the different aspects of the game

When any fix will do

For some of us, there's just no substitute for live sport and with golf postponed for the foreseeable, people are willing to give just about anything a shot to get their fix #COVID-19

Is golf in the Republic next to fall in the COVID-19 battle?

Those in charge of grassroots golf in the UK and Northern Ireland have called on courses to temporarily close their gates to the casual golfer. Is the Republic of Ireland next?

GPS technology a huge boost for Tour players and amateurs in 21st century

Where would we be without our 15th club in the bag - the Garmin, Bushnell, Golf Buddy or SkyCaddie - that opens our eyes to aspects of our game we never knew existed?

Have clubs, will change them – it’s time to step up and refill the bag

The lure of the latest in technology brings fear of losing out on precious distance and performance, so much so that our very own Liam Kelly found himself at a custom fitting session ahead of the new season

The canvas beckons for the PGL

Professional golf may be on unstable ground at present, but the Premier Golf League is balancing on spaghetti legs

A Ryder Cup behind closed doors isn’t an option

Any talk of a potential Ryder Cup being played this year behind closed doors needs to be squashed now. Times are desperate, but not that desperate.

Where do you stand on golf’s enigma, Paige Spiranac?

Did someone say, distraction? The Paige Spiranac debate has kicked off again, thanks to her podcast where she hits out at the hypocrisy within golf, and her love/hate relationship with the game

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Davis Love III’s house totally gutted by fire

“While everyone in our family is saddened at the loss of our home that was filled with so much laughter and incredible memories, we’re very blessed that everyone is safe and unharmed,” Love said

Ryder Cup legends: Ian Poulter

The fifth to feature in our series of Ryder Cup legends in the lead up to Whistling Straits has been the chest pumping heartbeat of Team Europe who'll be striving to don his Postman blue once more

If you don’t have anything nice to say, say nothing at all 

At 8pm on Thursday around Ireland, you could feel the love as people showed their appreciation for our frontline workers. Let's make this atmosphere a reality in our virtual world too #staysafe #covid19

Some weekend viewing: Charting Northern Ireland’s golfing revolution

On Virgin Media 3 at 7pm on Sunday, join Graham Little as he charts the rise and success of golf in Northern Ireland over the last decade, culminating in the 148th Open at Royal Portrush

McIlroy predicting bumper golf calendar from August

Rory McIlroy admits he hasn’t touched a club since Thursday’s first and only round of this year’s Players Championship but he’s eyeing up a potentially mouth-watering run of events post-COVID-19
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