The Open – Golf Diamante

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

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2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

The Open – Golf Diamante

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

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2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

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2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

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2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

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2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

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2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

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2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

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Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

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2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year? (more…)

Mickelson aims to winLast week’s Open Championship was incredible, and the way Mickelson prevailed over his rivals was awe-inspiring. But I couldn’t help feel a sense of familiarity with it. I’d read about this win somewhere before. (more…)

Phil Mickelson wins the open
Phil Mickelson’s Open win at Muirfield proved true the golfing adage ‘Play to play great, don’t play to not play poorly”. Whilst the best golfers in the world struggled to conquer the historic links, Mickelson, the golfer most unsuited to the challenge of links golf took hold of the Championship by completing a flawless round of golf to outplay a high calibre, experienced leaderboard. (more…)

Ernie Els wins at Muirfield 2002

Its July already and time for the third major championship of the year. With the arrival of the long awaited great British summer we are in for a treat at Muirfield which traditionally ranks as one of the best Open layouts of them all. This year we can expect plenty of sunshine, a slight breeze, running fairways and firm greens. (more…)

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Yesterday Inbee Park created her own little bit of history by joining the likes of Babe Zaharias in winning the first three majors of the LPGA season. It begs the ultimate question of whether she can go one better and win four in a row in next month’s Women’s British Open at St Andrews. (more…)

Adam Scott & Justin Rose
This year has already seen two first time major winners in Adam Scott at the Masters and Justin Rose at the US Open. Both are seasoned professionals with multiple tour titles in their lockers. However, how much pressure does a major exert and when are we likely to see them win again? (more…)

image
Start up a conversation anywhere in the world about who were the best golfers ever and you’ll be sure to hear the same names over and over, like Nicklaus, Woods, Hogan, Palmer or Player. But search away from the limelight, the majors and the golden era of golf there are a few candidates that vie for the title of best golfer you’ve never heard of.
(more…)

image
2012 was one of Ian Poulter’s better seasons, he (arguably) single-handedly won the Ryder Cup for Europe and then followed it up with a peerless final round 65 to capture his second career World Golf Championship event at the WGC-HSBC Champions. Since then he’s been off the boil. This week he returns to China to defend his title and with the Ryder Cup looming next year, can we expect a resurgence from the Englishman?
(more…)

Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?
Can Jordan Spieth help rescue a disappointing year for American golf?

So far this year only three Americans that have taken centre stage in the big tournaments; Jason Dufner captured the US PGA a fortnight ago; Phil Mickelson dazzled us with his new seaside game at The Open; and Stacey Lewis showed us just how good she is by releasing the stranglehold Inbee Park has held in the women’s game this year at the Women’s British Open. However, there have been more disappointments than victories: culminating in the US Solheim Cup team’s record defeat in Denver. With the Walker Cup and The Presidents Cup left this season, can the Americans deliver late in the year?