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Ban green reading books

'It will be a huge relief to watch golf being played at Augusta this coming week without being overwhelmed by an urge to throw something at the TV'

R&A unhappy – still missing golf on BBC

'I still believe SKY does not cover golf as well as the BBC did, but it is by no means bad and, when all is said and done, it’s the golf shown that matters not the people talking about it'

Padraig’s Canine Ryder Cup Team

One for the dog lovers out there and the tongue-in-cheek make-up of Padraig Harrington's Ryder Cup team were it to consist of canine personality traits. A few wild dogs in the fight on this list!

A lesson with Pete Cowen

Rory McIlroy will hope swing guru Pete Cowen holds the key to unlocking his swing in time for the Masters but our own Ivan Morris experienced a lesson from Cowen long before the four-time Major winner

It’s not about legacy, it’s about making a living

One of the most straight-talking guys in professional golf, in an interview with No Laying Up last year, Joel Dahmen admitted that it was the money, not the love of the game that kept him on the PGA Tour. And he's making a helluva livin' now

Golf resumes across England. Are we next?

'With the Easter holidays in full swing, there is a reluctance to give anything the green light, let alone golf, with a staged easing of restrictions preferred, likely meaning the earliest realistic date for golf’s return in the ROI is April 12th'

An outsider’s Masters?

No Tiger. Likely no Brooks. DJ and McIlroy looking out of sorts. Rahm potentially set for an early exit. It's looking like a wide open Masters. Who's your idea of the winner?

Perspective in the Distance Debate? What’s it worth?

“Let me tell you something right now, you can print this in stone and don’t you ever forget it; any performer who ever sells a product is now and for all eternity removed from the artistic world"

Johnson’s Olympic withdrawal will disappoint some, but not me

'The Olympics is low in his order of priorities because there is ‘no money’ involved – just honour and glory (of a type). Nor will he be alone in coming to the same conclusion'

The lost generation must be retained 

Golf clubs face a fight to retain their new faces, but it’s a fight they can win

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