Morri: A major lesson

Morri: A major lesson

It’s often difficult to know what major championship golf teaches us – if anything – about the game. 20 Jun 2019
Morri: Not where but how you get there

Morri: Not where but how you get there

In golf, no matter what level, there is no destination. The real game is the journey. Or more importantly, how the player deals with the good and bad along the way as opposed to where he or she finishes on the leaderboard. 5 Jun 2019
Morri: When less could mean much more

Morri: When less could mean much more

Most language historians attribute the saying ‘less is more’ to Scottish poet Robert Browning – a fitting fact given the topic of today’s column. 29 May 2019
Morri: A tale of two majors

Morri: A tale of two majors

Like most golf fans, the bulk of my attention this past week was on only one of the two majors being played in the United States. 24 May 2019
Morri: Mind the gap

Morri: Mind the gap

Not for the first time, there was controversy last week when former NFL player Tony Romo – by all accounts a more than capable amateur golfer – was given an invite to play the PGA Tour’s Byron Nelson tournament in Texas. 15 May 2019
Morri: Savour the shot, not the score

Morri: Savour the shot, not the score

Australia has one of the best golf cultures in the world and, for the most part, an approach to the game that is the envy of many outside these shores. 8 May 2019
Morri: The Endless Summer

Morri: The Endless Summer

Golf shares similarities with lots of other sports but one of its great appeals is that it simultaneously manages to remain wholly unique. 1 May 2019
Morri: A new defence of public golf

Morri: A new defence of public golf

In light of some unexpected feedback to a column on the closure of the council-owned Hudson Park golf course in Sydney last month, two interesting pieces of correspondence have emerged on this topic in the past two weeks. 26 Apr 2019
Morri: Tiger – The golfing gift that just keeps on giving

Morri: Tiger – The golfing gift that just keeps on giving

In the scheme of things it’s not important though, of course, somehow it is. 17 Apr 2019
Morri: When the image of perfection is just a veneer

Morri: When the image of perfection is just a veneer

There was an awful lot to like about the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur but that shouldn’t earn the world’s best-known golf club a free pass for what they got wrong. 10 Apr 2019
Morri: Kuchar right to play by the rules

Morri: Kuchar right to play by the rules

The incident was bad enough but the response to it – much of it from people who should know better – was genuinely confronting. 3 Apr 2019
Morri: Not so picture perfect golf

Morri: Not so picture perfect golf

So deep is the obsession with the year’s first men’s major that there is a website dedicated to counting down the days, hours, minutes and seconds until The Masters is upon us. 28 Mar 2019
Morri: Golf’s Image Problem

Morri: Golf’s Image Problem

News of the closure of Sydney’s Hudson Park golf course this past week got me thinking – again – about the future of the game in this country. 21 Mar 2019
Morri: The PGA Tour's major play

Morri: The PGA Tour's major play

Whether it was a verbal slip up or part of a deliberate conspiracy, David Duval let the cat out of the bag last week. 14 Mar 2019
Morri: Settle down now, children

Morri: Settle down now, children

Divided. That, sadly, is the one word answer I would feel compelled to give if asked to sum up golf right now. 7 Mar 2019
Morri: The game’s true entertainers

Morri: The game’s true entertainers

Why is it that more people don’t like or watch women’s golf? If the goal of professional golf is to entertain – and I am of the firm belief it is – then sheer bloody mindedness is the only possible reason for a golfer not to take an interest in the women’s game. 28 Feb 2019
MORRI: Thankfully, the grass isn’t always greener

MORRI: Thankfully, the grass isn’t always greener

If you’re a fan of golf courses, this past week might just have been the highlight of the 2019 schedule. 21 Feb 2019
Confident Kemp rolls into town

Confident Kemp rolls into town

It’s been a whirlwind two weeks for Sarah Kemp, but the popular NSW golfer is planning just to let the good times keep rolling at this week’s Pacific Bay Resort Australian Ladies Classic – Bonville. 20 Feb 2019
Morri: Golf – Art? Science? Both?

Morri: Golf – Art? Science? Both?

It is testament to the endlessly fascinating nature of golf that it attracts – in almost equal number – both artists and engineers. 14 Feb 2019
Morri: Learn the letter of the law

Morri: Learn the letter of the law

Are the Rules of Golf dumb? Stupid? Absurd? Ridiculous? 7 Feb 2019
Su Oh: It all starts with a ‘W’

Su Oh: It all starts with a ‘W’

A win in this week’s Women’s British Open would be a life-changer for young Victorian Su Oh. Here, she reflects on what winning might mean and her journey so far as a professional golfer. 1 Aug 2018