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Tiger Woods is almost 20 years removed from his absolute best, but Mike Clayton argues that he is still able, with the force of his presence, to draw ... Read more
Mike Clayton says Augusta National, while changed through the years, remains largely true to its simple yet brilliant original design concepts that ... Read more
Great shots aren’t solely the preserve of first-class players, but it’s rare to see a truly great shot from players who aren’t either the best pros ... Read more
From this point there is no reason she cannot become the dominant American player and one to match the best Asian players who have taken the ... Read more
Unusually for an Australian championship course the West finishes with a short par four. Read more
They are set up perfectly to reward skilful players thinking about the shots best suited to the holes. Read more
Word will spread how much fun the players have, how good the courses are and that it is much more than the regular week to week diet of tour golf. Read more
Few golf tournaments have been reinvented as often as the Victorian Open. Read more
The most depressing day in professional golf is one a touring pro never sees. It’s the morning after it’s all over and the show has moved on. Read more
Famously for those who care about the history of the local game, Bruce Devlin won the Australian Open in 1960 at Lake Karrinyup. Read more
There is an early-week sense of negativity about this week’s #AusOpenGolf but when Patrick Smith, the best sports writer in the country, comes out of ... Read more
This was supposed to be a great American team, but, aside from Justin Thomas, they barely turned up to the Ryder Cup. Read more
In joining some of golf's immortals, Brooks Koepka surely becomes a great advocate for making the "fourth major" global, contends MIKE CLAYTON Read more
The Open has found a winner whose game, MIKE CLAYTON contends, is well worthy of the champion's tag - as was the course on which he won, Read more
Burned off and crispy brown is the state of British golf this summer whether it be the best of the inland courses or the coastal links. Read more
Peter Thomson died today. 88 is a great innings to reference another sport he loved. Bradman, he once said, ‘was a God when I was growing up.’ Read more
The first time I saw Shinnecock Hills was in 2002. Wayne Grady, the 1991 USPGA champion, and I were driving back from Bethpage Park the week before ... Read more
Any discussion on the best courses in the world always includes Shinnecock Hills, an old and historic course in the sand dunes a couple of hours from ... Read more
Augusta National is the realiser of great and long-held dreams and increasingly more so as the brilliance of the marketing of The Masters has many ... Read more
Many believe this week’s Masters is the most anticipated in years, but one wonders why this is any more significant than any other, writes Mike ... Read more
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19 April 2019
Golf, of all sports, is a game for life - and never more so than in Golf and Health Week. Read more
18 April 2019
Australia's newest tournament golf format will take another adventurous leap next summer with men and women to compete for the same purse for the ... Read more
Inside The Ropes
18 April 2019
BALGOWLAH: Mxd: Stableford: A: N McMurray (13) 42. B: P Hayes-Williams (18) 33 cb. C: T Williams (28) 35. more
18 April 2019
ALBANY: Stroke: B Pearce 68 G Stocks 70 M Castieau 71 M Davies 72 T Anderson 72 J Schneider 72 W Pech more
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