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Golf: The True Home of Golf

‘World’s oldest golf course’ could be axed amid council cuts,” reads the headline at The Scotsman.

Beats St Andrews by seventy years

Lydia Ko’s Fun Idea

Golf: Putting - Rickie Has It Over Rory

“As with every other shot in golf, in putting, it's the strike that counts.  Needless to say, this past week in Abu Dhabi, Rickie Fowler putted very well.  Rory McIlroy, who finished two shots back, did not.” That’s from John Haynes who headlines his post, “Drivi

Golf: Chicken-winging Like Jordan Spieth

“Hackers of the world unite- Jordan Spieth can chicken wing the left arm with the best of you!!

Golf: So You Think You’ve Got A Problem

“Golfer reveals heated exchange with Steve Williams,” is the headline from today’s New Zealand Herald which once again shows Stevie (What the Americans call him when they’re being polite) at his strident best.

Golf: St Andrews Comes Second in Scotland

“Herbert Warren Wind called it the most natural course in the world. Tom Watson called it the most fun he'd had playing golf.

Golf: Good For The Soul and Growing a Business

“I play golf because the course is beautiful and I love being surrounded by beauty. It is good for my soul,” is one of Martha Pasternack’s reasons for taking up the game.

Golf: A Conversation With John Huggan

“Listening to John Huggan talk about golf is to hear someone with an absolute command of their subject, and possessing the ability to express that knowledge in an articulate and engaging manner.

Golf: Major Excitement for New Zealand

“While Ko is leading the way in the women’s game, it’s been a long time since the Kiwis have had a serious contender at the highest level of men’s golf. Rising star Danny Lee could be the man change things.

Golf: Bike, Book or Balls – What to Buy for Christmas?

“Not surprisingly, stationary bikes finished second in the poll because of their joint-friendly design and ability for users to interval train or focus on endurance, “It's the best option for the money," says strength coach Mike Boyle.