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God bless the 90’s

The Last Dance has triggered a trip down memory lane for IGM's Mark McGowan via a Donegal All-Ireland title, a Cantona last-minute winner and the greatest golf movie ever made

All mic’d up and nothing to show

There have been calls for Tour players to mic up during competitive play so the viewer can be let in on their mid-round chatter but the idea's not sitting well with everybody. Is it something you would like to see on Tour?

OWGR skews the pitch

The PGA Tour resumes this week and with it, the World Golf Rankings but with so many players out of work for the foreseeable, the system could lead to a messy future for golf

Golf without fans can give supporters more access than ever

Nobody's mastered this game for a reason but the stars set to partake in the PGA Tour restart have come as close as any. Now’s the chance to let us in on their secrets

Competition addicts are selfish

'Playing in a competition every weekend does not suit everybody and woe betide the casual golfer whenever they have the misfortune to delay or hold up a group playing in a competition'

Fast and fascinating facts

Can you name the Major Champion who never wore a golf glove? Or the legend who putted with one on?

Where did the term ‘birdie’ originate?

Ever wonder why we say the things we do? Can't say we do too much talking about birdies when we're playing golf but it's an interesting origin story all the same

Back in the Saddle*

I remain envious of those golfers allowed back on courses across the country. The last time I played golf was early March and, under the current ‘Phases’, I am not due to play again until July 29th

A hero who did not disappoint

They say never meet your heroes. Unless your hero is Australian golf legend, Peter Thomson!

The perfect guidebook for visiting St. Andrews

If you are a golfer and you have never been to St. Andrews, you must try to correct that as soon as time allows. The home of golf is pure magic for so many reasons

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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