Monthly Archives: October 2015

Pimp My Buggy

It’s a phenomenon that’s growing and one thing associated with golf is becoming incredibly successful. The golf buggy is becoming increasingly used for non golf use. In a retirement village of 110,000 residents in Florida there were over 50,000 golf … Continue reading

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Golf banned in China

This month the Chinese Communist party has banned its 88 million members from joining golf clubs. On a strict anti- corruption drive since 2012, the party has said that members caught playing golf will be removed. There was no official … Continue reading

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Who are they?

Patton Kizzire, Emiliano Grillo, Brett Stegnaier and Smylie Kaufman – who?  We have to keep up. These are the bright young things to come from the Web.com tour to the PGA tour. And they are winning tournaments already. They’re the … Continue reading

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Kirsty Watch

Finally. A decent frock and decent comments. This week Kirsty Gallacher had the breakthrough that had been a few weeks coming. An elegant Viennese Waltz which dance partner Brendan Cole said “it’s a soft dance and she is not soft”, … Continue reading

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The Pod Father

. Remember that awkward moment at Gleneagles a year ago? American Ryder Cup Captain Tom Watson rebuked Phil Mickelson: “It’s not pods. It’s about 12 players playing well”. Well what was that all about? Finally some light on the subject. … Continue reading

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New Rainsuit

  It’s time for a new rain suit. Not that there’s anything wrong with the old one, just been tucking into too many puddings and need a bigger size. In fact, I think my current rainsuit is invincible. I paid … Continue reading

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Being Tiger’s neice

Cheyenne Woods is competing this week in the Hero Indian Open. She says “It’s pretty normal for me to have the attention. It’s a perk. Since I was 5, I have been inspired by Tiger Woods. He is the only … Continue reading

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