Monthly Archives: January 2018

Podmother Juli Inkster appointed US Solheim Cup Captain again

Juli Inkster has been appointed US Solheim Cup Captain for the third consecutive time for the 2019 match at Gleneagles, After the last match In Des Moines Iowa, team member Stacy Lewis said “each one of us had a little … Continue reading

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Starbucks thinks Rory is just another Rori

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A tournament unlike any other

It It’s the loudest tournament of all. Six hundred and fifty five thousand excited people over the week crowd into a confined space at TPC Scottsdale for the Waste Management Phoenix Open and it’s more like a party. These are … Continue reading

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Jason Day wins at Torrey Pines

Another week another marathon play off. This week over two days – Jason Day finally saw off a brilliant challenge from Alex Noren to win his 11th PGA Tour victory. After a turbulent 2017 personally Jason said he had worked … Continue reading

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Golf to dominate the London skyline

On the heels of the gherkin, the cheese grater and the hideous Walkie talkie, the next big building to be built in London will be the golf ball in the Olympic Park. The new concert hall which will seat up … Continue reading

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What a prize (and a girl won it)

Four-time Major winner Rory McIlroy and superstar Niall Horan of One Direction fame were joined by a lucky competition winner for the Omega Dubai Desert Classic Pro Am, after a global competition that saw 29,000 entrants play 260,000 holes of … Continue reading

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Emirates Golf Club from above

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When Golf I didn’t love it

I was reading an article written by a golf journalist about why he is lapsing his handicap and no longer playing the game. Amongst the “it just isn’t fun anymore” reasons he explained: “I find myself liking less and less … Continue reading

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Keith Pelley talks about appearance fees

When asked what his feeling about players being paid to just turn up Keith Pelley was a tad dismissive about the subject. The tour doesn’t get involved in appearance fees. Promoters do worldwide. IF promoters feel he need to pay … Continue reading

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Jon Rahm closing in on World Number One spot

Modest as well as formidably talented, Jon Rahm says that the return of Tiger Woods in today’s first round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines is “a much bigger story than I’ll ever be”. Well I wonder about … Continue reading

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