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History lesson for Europe's Ryder Cup team

History lesson for Europe's Ryder Cup team

European captain Padraig Harrington has made it clear on the first night together at the Ryder Cup that his players have a place in history, one by one. 22 Sep 2021
Huggan: Europe’s Ryder Cup imbalance

Huggan: Europe’s Ryder Cup imbalance

It’s only been “Europe” since 1979, of course. Before that, hapless bands of professional stragglers drawn from only Great Britain and Ireland made biennial attempts to take on the might of the United States of America in the Ryder Cup. 21 Sep 2021
Claret Jug calling for local Fleetwood

Claret Jug calling for local Fleetwood

Tommy Fleetwood is hoping to go one better than the England football team and bring the Claret Jug 'home' after a 29-year absence. 14 Jul 2021
Morri: Golf’s contrived efforts

Morri: Golf’s contrived efforts

Shameless self-promotion time. Last week, we had a fascinating discussion on the Good-Good Golf Podcast about the notions of ‘Big’ and ‘Small’ golf. 1 Mar 2021
WATCH: Five of the best Ryder Cups

WATCH: Five of the best Ryder Cups

Ninety-one years ago today, Great Britain lifted its first-ever Ryder Cup after defeating the United States 7-5 at Moortown Golf Club in Leeds. 27 Apr 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
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