I dusted off my clubs (euphemism for removing rat droppings) and gave the new decade my best shot, together with about 98 of my... Read more
It’s February, which means old-fashioned pressmen such as myself can drink again.
In his latest magazine contribution in the section dedicated to golf’s triers, ANDY CAPOSTAGNO talks about his home comforts.
I once asked Dale Hayes if there was a trick shot he had never mastered.
The first time I met Ernie Els he was ordering a Castle in the room set aside for the press at Royal Johannesburg.
Watching Shane Lowry waddle into history at Royal Portrush, I was reminded of a similar day, nine years ago.
I am in love with a website dedicated to Donald Trump and the game of golf.
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?