Rory McIlroy’s 2019 season, by any judgement, has been one of remarkable success.
Tee to Green
Scotland’s 2018 European Tour season, as we detailed a year ago at this time, was pretty much a disaster narrowly avoided.
Juli Inkster, the three-time US Solheim Cup captain and seven-time major championship winner, is a treasure of golf, not just of the native country of which she is so proud.
Every year we pore over the results of golf’s biggest team competitions for clues to the perfect way to win. And it seems every year the trends change.
"It just doesn’t feel right" appears to be the most significant argument one hears about golf’s new, quick-hit, four-month “high-season”.
Camperdown Golf Course, which is now officially earmarked for closure next year, is where many of us from Dundee learned to play the game.
It’s not too dramatic to state the European Tour’s announcement yesterday is the most significant move against slow play in modern golf.
Regular readers (both of you) will know I rarely miss the chance to point out when I’ve been proved right about something.
Strip back everything to nothing but the golf, which has been the most entertaining and exciting major championship of 2019?
As the whole world knows, the Open Championship returns to Royal Portrush this week after a gap of more than 60 years.