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Calls to postpone the PGA Tour are a knee-jerk reaction

'At the risk of sounding a little “tin-foil hat” here, the evidence suggests that the wave of positive tests and withdrawals has been blown way out of proportion'

Open Championship – Top-10 Greatest Hits – #9

No Top-10 of Open Championship greatest hits would be complete without at least one contribution from the greatest golfer of his – and arguably any other – generation, Tiger Woods

Open Championship – Top-10 Greatest Hits

In the absence of Open Championship golf this year, today we begin our highly subjective selection of greatest hits. Hopefully it will conjure some memories and stir some debate. Enjoy!

An argument in support of no supporters

In terms of sacrifice, if the choice is between golf with no spectators or simply no golf, then the decision is made easy. In fact, in many ways it has improved the viewing experience

PGA Tour rumbles on as Stateside circus shows no signs of leaving town

Despite Nick Watney's positive result for Covid-19, the RBC Heritage crowned a winner but how many blows can the Tour realistically take before pulling the plug once more?

Playing golf on Sundays

Tom Morris held an unshakeable conviction about not playing golf on Sundays. His stance against it was so unbending that there is no Sunday play allowed on the Old Course at St. Andrews even to this day

More Madcap Miscellany from the World of Golf

If you're looking to expand your golfing trivia for when the zoom quiz becomes the pub quiz once more, then look no further than this

McIlroy could learn from Poulter’s diplomacy

Often praised for his outspokenness, Rory McIlroy had some harsh words for European-based PGA Tour players avoiding America during Covid-19. Ian Poulter was much more sympathetic

A bulked up DeChambeau versus a trimmed down Woodland

There is a fascinating comparative duel developing on the recently revived PGA Tour that might answer some questions on whether it is better to bulk up or trim down to play your best golf?

The record shows, he took the dough, and did it his way

Nick Faldo seems to divide public opinion when it comes to commentators, but surely knowing about the players on show is a prerequisite?

Latest news

Moynihan into the weekend but Jimenez the story in Austria

Gavin Moynihan birdied two of his closing three holes to scrape the cut-mark but it's a cigar-puffing, salsa loving Spaniard who's stealing the show in Vienna

Lowry reveals how Harrington broke Ryder Cup news

"I not only want to make the European Ryder Cup team but to be part of a winning European team on US soil at Whistling Straits next September" - Shane Lowry

Covid trio struggle on day one of Workday Charity Open

Nick Watney, Dylan Frittelli and Denny McCarthy could sense that people were on edge as they struggled to get out of the blocks on a strange opening day in Ohio

Lowry and McDowell lay sturdy foundations at Workday Open

Shane Lowry and Graeme McDowell enjoyed impressive opening efforts that should set them in good stead at the PGA Tour's inaugural Workday Charity Open

Moynihan up and running with rock solid 69 in Austria

Gavin Moynihan was pleased to return a three-under par opening after a strong ball-striking performance in tough conditions on day one in Austria
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