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Golf: Augusta Overrated

“TOUR CADDIE: I went to Augusta for the first time and had to do a lot of homework, but the second and third times, I had it figured out. It's not that complicated. If you have a brain at all, you figure it out pretty quickly. Local knowledge there is overrated.

Golf: The Distance Debate

“So rather than wading through the 24-page report and all its 200-level statistics charts and graphs…we thought we would step in here and help you understand what all the fuss is about", write E.

Golf: Tiger Swinging His Driver at 128 mph - Really?

“In case you missed Tiger Woods in action at the Honda Classic last week, he looked strong with the driver en route to a 12th place finish. He didn’t find many fairways with the big stick, but he appeared to be swinging it fast and hitting it far — actually, he ranked No.

On Lydia Ko’s Chopping and Changing

"I'm from the old school, you figure it out for yourself, you go with what you've got.

Golf: Last of His Kind

“Donald may well be the last of his kind, a short/mid-length hitter who consistently found a way to beat the best,” writes Rex Hoggard whose thoughts come at the same time as R&A chief executive Martin Slumbers who previously and frequently consistently said distance wasn’t

Groping is not Kiwi for "You look nice."

Two weeks ago today, I was groped.

This is not a particularly earth-shattering revelation. One in five New Zealand women experience sexual assault as an adult; one in three girls will be subjected to an unwanted sexual experience by the age of sixteen.

Golf: ‘Rhambo’ Rages Yet Again

“History mostly tells us that if you can’t control your emotions in golf, you can’t control your golf ball,” writes Randall Mell and a headline which includes this thought, “Rahm's temper distracts from his talent.”

Golf: A Loathsome Display

“Rarely have things spilled over into as loathsome a display of self-centeredness as J.B.

Golf: Tiger The Trend Setter

"When I watch the young guys on the range today, they're pretty much unrecognizable from my generation," says Brian Henninger, who earned his Tour card in 1992. "They're tall. They're ripped. Most of them look like they should be playing power forward or tight end."