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Golf: Going To the Salt Mines

“Bob would say, ‘come on, we’ll go up to the salt mines,” recalled Harrington. “That, of course, was going up to the practice range. To most people, going to the salt mines would be a miserable thing. There are a million sayings he’d come out with.”

Golf: So Be It

So be it, at the moment  I’ve given up on finding stuff on golf blogs that inspire me so I’ve had to resort to passages from my book, ‘Life’s Lessons Frae the Links’

Thanks, Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton is in New Zealand at the moment for An Evening with

Golf: Playing from the “Perches”

Am I right or wrong in saying, “Only in America!” and hoping like crazy it does not catch on in the rest of the world?

Homophobia is not a question of attitude, it’s a question of power

When I was younger, I went to church.

The experience of going, for me, wasn't overly positive, so, as soon as I was able to I stopped going and haven’t been back since. I believe in a higher power, but personally, I never found that higher power inside of a church.

Golf: Arrogance is the Answer?

"Rickie Fowler's the nicest guy in the world.

Golf: “Walking Miracle”

“Tiger Woods may regard himself as the miracle man but he would not class success in this, the 82nd Masters, as the finest sporting revival story of all time,” or so the story goes according to The Guardian.

Gentleman Ben

Golf: No Worries Jordan!

“Spieth was distraught, conceding he was unsure if he could fix the issue in time for Augusta National,” writes Joel Beall who headlines his article, “Why Jordan Spieth's putting struggles won't matter at the Masters”.

Golf: McIlroy’s Putting Resurrection

“What started with a “chat,” as McIlroy described it, ended with a resurrection of Rory’s putting stroke and set him free again, with a triumphant smile on his face, headed to this week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, and Augusta National in two weeks,” wri

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.