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.
The death of Eric Bristow in April got me thinking about putting.
Denis Hutchinson’s real contribution to the game has been as a teacher and a broadcaster.
I am all for speeding up the pace of play, but don’t touch me on my halfway house.
It doesn’t benefit anyone to close down golf clubs simply because water has become a scarce commodity.