When you birdie six of the last seven holes at Augusta, you know your golf game is as good as it gets.
We breathed a collective sigh of relief when Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera staged a magnificent finish to The Masters.
Everything was shaping up for a great week at Augusta. But The Masters has been undermined by two controversial rules decisions.
Golfers are fine-tuning their preparations, the patrons are ready and the azaleas will be in full bloom. It can only mean one thing The Masters.
WHAT can you say about Tiger Woods?
IT was nice to see the European Ryder Cup team recognised as the World Team of the Year at the prestigious Laureus Sports Awards. But it’s now time for our golfers to finally put Medinah to bed and focus on making an impact in 2013.
Tom Watson has taken his first positive step as US Ryder Cup captain by reducing the number of wildcards from four to three.
Tiger Woods was right to complain about the slow play that affected him in the final round of his win in San Diego recently.
I WAS disappointed to hear that one of Britain’s top female golfers, Karen Stupples, had lost her main sponsor just two weeks before she begins her season.
Paul McGinley’s appointment as Europe’s Ryder Cup captain for Gleneagles next year should serve to underline that the position is now a one-term job.
It’s decision time on the European Tour.