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Golf: Michael Campbell Making a Comeback

“Slowly but surely, Michael Campbell is falling back in love with golf after quitting the game less than 10 years after becoming a major champion,” and more surprisingly I had to learn this through the Scottish media in the shape of Martin Dempster at the The Scotsman.

Golf: You Too For Just $25,000

“The price is $25,000 if you sign up before June 30 of the year preceding the January event ($29,000 for latecomers).” This news and information comes from Joe Passov’s, ‘The ultimate bucket list: 6 things every golf fanatic must do’ And by the way the $25,000 is tax

Golf: The Science of Spieth’s Putting

‘Ignoring the ball made me a better putter almost immediately—by 20 percent, according to my friend Tony,’ so writes David Owen in his article, ‘Why Jordan Spieth and I Look at the Hole on Putts’

Putting problems personified

Golf: No Mention of Michael Campbell

‘Sergio Garcia, noted killjoy, has taken all the fun out of the Best Player Never To Win a Major debate.

Golf: A Dead Horse Issue In a Dying Game?

“This topic is the definition of dead horse,” writes Sin Palabras commenting at Geoff Shackelford’s blog, ‘Rory Ready For Quail Hollow? Averages 328.7 At Firestone’.

The dead horse issue

The fable of The Speaker and the spark

There was kind of slow moving devastation to the last few years of The System that caught many of us by surprise.

The final blows came in the last half of 2017, when winter was upon us and the fields were covered with snow.

Golf: Something to Chew On

‘Jordan Spieth's secret weapon at Birkdale? Gum-chewing. Can it help your game, too? Writes Josh Sens who also asks, “But do positive claims about gum-chewing stand up to closer scrutiny?’

Time for a new piece perhaps?

Golf: On Eye Balling and Self Belief

“These British Open notes from Jordan Spieth's caddie are a sight to behold,” writes Joel Beall.

So much like Seve

Something is brewing in NZ politics



Something is brewing in New Zealand politics.

Golf: Some Thoughts on Slumps

“There are only two kinds of golfers in this world: those who've suffered a debilitating slump . . . and those who will sometime in their future.”