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The players who will benefit from golf’s blackout

The players who will benefit from golf’s blackout

“As you walk down the fairway of life you must smell the roses, for you only get to play one round.” – Ben Hogan. 8 Apr 2020
18 viewing pleasures to ease you through golf's blackout

18 viewing pleasures to ease you through golf's blackout

The global coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has left no aspect of our everyday lives untouched. In the golfing world, the professional game is in shutdown mode. 16 Mar 2020
McIlroy aiming to go back to back at Sawgrass

McIlroy aiming to go back to back at Sawgrass

Rory McIlroy says he is ready to lead golf by example as he embraces a new tenure as the world's best player. 12 Mar 2020
The Huggan Interview: Pete Cowen

The Huggan Interview: Pete Cowen

John Huggan sits down with world-renowned coach Pete Cowen – whose clients have included Rory McIlroy, Henrik Stenson and Sergio Garcia – to talk everything golf. 10 Dec 2019
Kevin Na cruises to victory at Colonial

Kevin Na cruises to victory at Colonial

Kevin Na birdied four of the first eight holes and shot a four-under 66 to cruise to a four-shot victory over Tony Finau at Colonial on Sunday. 27 May 2019
Huggan: A wager too far?

Huggan: A wager too far?

Golf and gambling have always been comfortable bedfellows, both on and off the record. 22 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
Jacklin wants colour-coded golf balls

Jacklin wants colour-coded golf balls

Ryder Cup great Tony Jacklin has urged the sport to follow squash by using colour-coded balls to distinguish the professional game from the amateur one in the modern era of 'grip it and rip it golf'. 2 Nov 2018
Huggan: Why the Hall needs a proper home

Huggan: Why the Hall needs a proper home

Greetings from St. Andrews and the Senior Open Championship. Looking out from the media centre to the right of the 1st fairway on the Old Course, I can see a small tent. On the front it reads “World Golf Hall of Fame.” The actual hall is nowhere near the East Neuk of Fife of course. It is in St. Augustine, Florida, not coincidentally close to the headquarters of the PGA Tour along the road in Ponte Vedra. 1 Nov 2018
Carnoustie Golf Links: Australia’s unhappiest hunting ground

Carnoustie Golf Links: Australia’s unhappiest hunting ground

If an Australian is to win at The Open at Carnoustie this week he will have to defy 87 years of heart-breaking history on the Scottish Links. 19 Jul 2018
Ben Hogan

Ben Hogan

He even wrote specific instructions for it, but Ben Hogan is said to still be the only man to ever perfect the golf swing. 7 Mar 2011