Greg Norman was a shark, but he thinks many of today’s pros are happy being sheep.
Mike Walker is reporting on the Shark’s interview with the Wall Street Journal’s John Paul Newport,
“Lydia Ko hit more greens in regulation than any other player in the field, 64 of 72, which tells you a lot about her method.”
Over at Geoff Shackelford’s blog they’re recalling Lydia Ko’s remarkable victory at Royal Melbourne
“Well, guess what? This will be all about Davis Love and the exorcising of his Chicago ghosts."
James Corrigan commenting on the yet to be officially confirmed choice of Davis Love as captain for the 2016 Ryder Cup team.
If you’re passionate about environmentalism or marine life then the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education’s (NZAEE) Seaweek may be for you.
Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce announced this afternoon that Sky City had backed down on its demands for government cash to help build its vainglorious Convention Centre complex. Instead Sky City have agreed to build a less costlier, watered down version.
On Friday, Iraqi Foreign Minister Dr Ibrahim al-Ja'afari came bearing a letter asking, in his own words, for New Zealand to join the Middle Eastern regional equivalent of the World War Three against Islamic State.
Today came the news that Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are coming one step closer to meeting their fate at the hands of a firing squad.
"Woods' quest for perfection causing his downfall"
Brandel Chamblee is of the opinion that in seeking perfection Tiger Woods went on a, "wild goose chase" (my words).
This afternoon former Liberal Party leader and opposition leader Malcolm Turnbull appeared to be inching closer to declaring his candidacy for tommorrow's leadership spill in Canberra.
“You need to track back through Tiger's injury history. When somebody's structure is changed through surgery their natural body sequencing and the way they move will change forever.
Normally the glutes are 'switched on' in sequence.”
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