• Year in review: Our most read stories

    19th hole fight

    2019 was another bumper year in golf which saw a number of South African wins to coincide with Tiger Woods’ dramatic return to Major glory as well as a number of off-beat incidents. Here our eight best read stories of the year …

    19th hole: Cheat claims turn into fight

    Not much more to say about this one and it’s viral spread throughout the country.

    Woods ties Snead’s record in Japan

    Tiger’s win at Augusta got fewer reads than his win in Japan which saw him match Sam Snead’s PGA TOUR record for the most number of wins.

    Bezuidenhout opens up 

    The story of Christiaan’s freak accident as a young boy gripped our readers with his honest approach to opening up.

    Van Rooyen breaks through in Sweden

    It was a long time coming and clearly, the young South African has a lot of fans because this story ranks as No 4 on our 2019 most read list.

    Sublime Harding storms leaderboard

    Unfortunately for Harding there was no happy ending to his chase for a PGA TOUR card but his efforts at the Korn Ferry Finals and in particular, his Albertsons Boise Open second round, got people reading.

    How Ernie helped nephew ahead of Masters debut

    South African golfers simply adore anything The Big Easy does but sharing his knowledge with his nephew was just too good not to read.

    Handicaps change: Max score allowed

    This rule has been widely read but the verdict is still out on how well it’s been received.

    Sona Dass: Man for all seasons

    A good read from our mag where we caught up with Sona Dass, the man who plays more rounds than anyone in South Africa.

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