Despite the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdowns, I still managed to get my fortnight of links golf in, writes ASHLEY BUHAI.
This month Compleat Golfer’s playing editor talks about the tough times many golfers on the Sunshine Tour are going through.
If Bryson DeChambeau is about to change the way the game is being played then the golfing world should let him do it, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
Mel Channer was one of the most articulate and colourful writers of his generation, a former World War II bomber pilot turned grizzled hack who entertained readers of the Sunday Times for years.
South African golfers are spoilt for choice when it comes to scenic golf holes but one stands out for me.
When you think ‘golf entertainment’, the 16th-hole stadium during the Waste Management Phoenix Open is right up any list.
I dusted off my clubs (euphemism for removing rat droppings) and gave the new decade my best shot, together with about 98 of my worst shots.
Putting remains the key aspect of winning a golf tournament. And that’s how it should be, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Every day this event just gets bigger (and better).