I don’t know about you, but one of golf’s new rules is giving me sleepless nights.
The thing that has changed the game of golf fundamentally is television, writes ANDY CAPOSTAGNO.
Is there not something oddly comforting about knowing what your golf ball is going to do?
Ernie and the Goose, I’m happy to say, are showing no signs of slowing down.
The absence of consistency is the principal reason ordinary mortals hit one good shot in 10.
Whenever I haul out my clubs it’s like having a round of drinks with a group of old friends.
I often wonder whether South African golfers appreciate how privileged they are.
I was watching the Northern Trust Open and thinking about nothing in particular (I’m good at that).
‘Come on, Frankie!’ I never expected to hear myself roaring that at the TV.
Golf is a game that amplifies obsessive behaviour.