50 years of memories – Whelan and the Links

This is the strange story of a small group of men who went golfing in 1966 and who didn't come home for forty-five years. Well. Not quite true.  They came home for fresh socks...

What’s next for the ISPS Handa World Invitational?

Far from a one hit wonder, plans are already in place to ensure Ireland's latest golfing extravaganza continues to go from strength to strength

No excuses for behaviour of the Bethpage Black boo boys

Ruling bodies cannot let standards of etiquette slip as they modernise golf

No one likes him. He doesn’t care. Ladies & Gentlemen, Patrick Reed

Love him or hate him – and there’s a queue to join the latter group – you can’t help but be impressed by the sheer bloody-mindedness of the former Masters champion

Phoenix and Saudi: Worlds Apart

The Waste Management Phoenix Open and the Saudi International; has there ever been a greater disparity in overlapping sporting events in recent memory? It’s highly unlikely

Adversity Still in Diversity

He may still move the needle but there appears little evidence that golf has gained any real racial traction as a consequence of Tiger Woods' success

An angry wife, a cold pizza, and the Tour Championship 

Self-confessed golf fanatic, Mark McGowan on watching the Tour Championship unfold under the glaring gaze of his better half

Capturing a child’s imagination 

With so many potential hobbies to choose from for children these days, what can we do to ensure golf doesn’t get overlooked?

The Seven Deadly Sins that cast golfers into outer darkness 

The only way to true salvation for us golfers is to recognise and deal with the defects that ruin our game

Chaos in the Middle East

The stage was set for some big name players to hog the spotlight at the Dubai Desert Classic before the multi-million dollar production’s script was torn to pieces
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