Great double entendres of golf

April 9, 2009

NUMBER one in a series of one: courtesy of Ross Fisher, the Berkshire-born golfer who came within a couple of dropped shots of being a clubhouse leader on the first day of his first trip to the Masters. Read the rest of this entry »

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24 Claret gold

July 20, 2008

EVEN with three or four holes to go, the destiny of The Open appeared to be at the mercy of the fierce Lancashire coastal winds. And then Padraig Harrington suddenly blew everyone else away. Read the rest of this entry »


Choi’s moment, but not Dougie’s

July 18, 2008

THE weather has not been great in the North West of England over the last few days. Even popping down the road to buy toothpaste and a newspaper has been something of a turbulent experience, so goodness knows what has been going through the minds of those attempting to play four rounds of golf at Royal Birkdale. Read the rest of this entry »