Morri: The misinformed attack on public golf

Morri: The misinformed attack on public golf

It’s tiring – and frankly tiresome – to constantly argue about public golf with people who are not only completely uninformed about the game but apparently wilfully ignorant. 22 Feb 2021
The Thing About Golf Podcast #36 - Mat Goggin

The Thing About Golf Podcast #36 - Mat Goggin

There isn’t much Mat Goggin hasn’t done in the game of golf, from Australian Amateur champion to professional tournament winner. 17 Feb 2021
Morri: Distance and golf’s footprint issue

Morri: Distance and golf’s footprint issue

The potential for changes to equipment will understandably grab the limelight in discussions about the Distance Insights Report but it is elsewhere within the study that the most important work is being done. 15 Feb 2021
Morri: Spieth’s welcome return

Morri: Spieth’s welcome return

The question is so compelling because it has no obvious answer: What is it that makes some players so much more ‘watchable’ than others? 8 Feb 2021
The Thing About Golf Podcast #35 - Dame Laura Davies

The Thing About Golf Podcast #35 - Dame Laura Davies

For more than 30 years Laura Davies has been a breath of fresh air in the game. 3 Feb 2021
Morri: Two sided coin

Morri: Two sided coin

What a weekend it was for golf. The brilliance of the Geoff Ogilvy sponsored Players Series tournament in Victoria offset by the debacle of Patrick Reed and the PGA Tour. 1 Feb 2021
Morri: More to McIlroy than victories

Morri: More to McIlroy than victories

Some say it’s Jimenez, others vote for DeChambeau but for mine the most interesting man in golf is – and has been for a long time – Rory McIlroy. 25 Jan 2021
The Thing About Golf Podcast #34 - Volunteer, Sue Thomson

The Thing About Golf Podcast #34 - Volunteer, Sue Thomson

Luckily for the game of golf there are people like Sue Thomson. She’s one of the army of unsung heroes upon whom the game relies around the world. 20 Jan 2021
Morri: The final roll of the dice for Paradise Palms

Morri: The final roll of the dice for Paradise Palms

It’s a sad truth that once a golf course is gone, it’s gone forever. History tells us that few courses, once closed, ever see another shot struck. 18 Jan 2021
The Thing About Golf Podcast #33 - Author, Tom Callahan

The Thing About Golf Podcast #33 - Author, Tom Callahan

Tom Callahan is one of the best all-round sports writers in the world. 16 Dec 2020
MORRI: Actions speak louder than words

MORRI: Actions speak louder than words

Actions speak louder than words. Women Worth Watching. Both sayings so simple a child could grasp their meaning yet somehow apparently beyond the comprehension of many grown adults. 14 Dec 2020
Morri: The voice of golf

Morri: The voice of golf

Cricket had Richie Benaud, Formula 1 Murray Walker and soccer Les Murray. 7 Dec 2020
Morri: Making cents out of Moore Park debate

Morri: Making cents out of Moore Park debate

It’s not the most important facet of the discussion but the financial reality of Sydney Lord Mayor Clove Moore’s plan to cut Moore Park Golf Course to nine holes shouldn’t be overlooked. 30 Nov 2020
Morri: Changing nature of watching golf

Morri: Changing nature of watching golf

How much of this year’s Masters did you watch on an actual television? A tablet? Desktop, laptop or phone? 23 Nov 2020
The Thing About Golf Podcast #31 - Wade Ormsby

The Thing About Golf Podcast #31 - Wade Ormsby

Twice a Hong Kong Open winner Wade Ormsby is one of those golfers who has flown mostly under the radar for much of his career. 18 Nov 2020
Morri: Imperfect Augusta a sight for sore eyes

Morri: Imperfect Augusta a sight for sore eyes

Ironically, one of the most pleasing aspects of this year’s Masters was likely the one thing the green jackets hated the most. 16 Nov 2020
Morri: Why golf needs to change its narrative

Morri: Why golf needs to change its narrative

It’s difficult to put your finger on just what it is about this game that seems to get into the bloodstream. 9 Nov 2020
The Thing About Golf Podcast #30 - Jane Lock

The Thing About Golf Podcast #30 - Jane Lock

Jane Lock is our favourite type of interviewee because she pulls no punches. She calls it as she sees it and whether or not you agree with her, you always know her view has been formed with integrity. 4 Nov 2020
Morri: The notion of par

Morri: The notion of par

If you’ve ever wondered whether golf is more a mental or physical pursuit then wonder no more. 2 Nov 2020
Morri: Temper tantrums

Morri: Temper tantrums

Perhaps it’s all in the delivery. Tyrrell Hatton is the best of the modern players at losing his cool on course with Belgium’s Thomas Pieters running a close second. 26 Oct 2020
The Thing About Golf Podcast #29 - James Nitties

The Thing About Golf Podcast #29 - James Nitties

The first time he played golf he shot “about 140.” Last year at the Vic Open, James Nitties became a co-world record holder when he reeled off nine birdies in a row. 20 Oct 2020