To quote George Thomas: “Golf is a game of balance: body and mind need to be in sync to play one’s best golf.” The million dollar question, however, is, how do we get there?
From the nail-biting money games of the E Golf Tour to the Pearly Gates of the PGA Tour winners’ circle, it’s been quite the ride for Seamus Power, and the journey’s only getting started
When Australian Greg Norman captured the 1993 Open Championship at Royal St. George’s, our own man on the ground, Bernie McGuire was just embarking on his own career inside the ropes. Almost thirty years later and he still can’t get enough
‘I feel like I figured something out on Sunday here, which has been really good. I hit the ball great on the range yesterday, and I hit the ball well today on the course. I feel good about where I am going into the week’
They say that the more you practice, the luckier you get, but in Laurie Canter’s case, over-practicing was having a detrimental impact on his game when he first turned pro
Credit is due to the sport stars who face the media on the bad days
‘It was the equivalent of showing a tourist around Ireland and taking them to cocktail bars and Eddie Rockets. If you really want to show someone Ireland, a Jack Nicklaus designed American-style parkland simply won’t do’
The introduction of the PGA Tour’s Player Impact Programme has prompted a few social media stories out of left field of late. A coincidence, or a $40million money motivated play?
Life, love and longevity… every one a legacy when it comes to Abbeyleix Golf Club and a membership that has lasted 70 years. Now it’s time to celebrate, writes Kevin Markham
Golf at the Olympics has been divisive at best and while the final list of qualified players for this year is now decided, the list of those that show up to play looks like it will be wildly different
It wasn’t just Rory McIlroy who missed a trick at Torrey Pines, the punditry could have done with a bit more insight too!
‘There must be a message and, possibly, a lesson for aspiring touring professionals in the fact that none of the top four Irishmen at the Irish Challenge were recipients of a Team Ireland grant this year’
‘It’s the most genuine golf interview I’ve ever witnessed, a peek behind the curtain at the naked truth so rarely seen behind the layers of manufactured bulls*** caked onto the game’s elite’
After winning the US PGA at 50, Phil Mickelson can now look back and enjoy his ‘greatest triumph’ – on a par with Tiger’s win at Augusta in 2019 and Jack’s win in 1986
The depth of Irish talent on Europe’s main tour is depleting, so why aren’t our top amateurs making the grade as top pros?