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Golf: Thomson Says Tiger Is Too Fast

Peter Thomson, a five times Open champion and captain of the winning international team when the Presidents Cup was played in Australia in 1998 is discussing the controversial pick of Tiger for the US team.

Golf: "One Of The Wonders Of The Golfing World"

Royal Melbourne the venue for the forthcoming Presidents Cup contest between the USA and an international team is mentioned in this week’s Elling/Huggan Pond Scrum.

Golf: Donald Trump And Scotland’s Shame

The documentary about Donald Trump's Scottish golf course development has finally made it to the silver screen. The Hamptons International Film Festival was the venue and Miles Fielder was there to review it.

Golf in Godzone: Holy Cow! Say it Ain't So

Some time back in “Godzone” aka New Zealand, the Kiwi farmers and their cows came in for a hard time from the Greenies and the Global Warming lobby.

Golf: Ernie Els is OK with his "Cheating"

Golf: Ernie Els is OK with his "Cheating"

"As long as it's legal, I'll keep cheating," said Ernie commenting on his use of a belly putter.

Golf: Shhhhh! Is that A Shark?

“Half a dozen sharks are infesting the lake of a golf course near Brisbane, Australia, amusing golfers as they tee off next to the fascinating predators.” So reports 3News, New Zealand.

Golf: World’s Number 51 Still Commands Big Bucks

It’s reported that, “Golf fanatics and female admirers stand little chance of seeing Tiger Woods in the flesh when he stays at Burswood (Perth WA) next month for a corporate golf day.

Golf: 447, 448, 449 - Luke’s Run Is Over

Faced with lagging a 70-foot putt at Kingsbarns during the Dunhill to get it close to make it 449 holes without a three-putt. Luke Donald missed an eight-footer and it was finally over.
A truly amazing feat which is beyond the average golfers’ dreams of accomplishing.

Golf: Enough Of This Nudity Please

 Old Tom Morris must be turning over in his grave. Better make that Joyce Wethered since it’s a woman that’s involved.

Golf: St Andrews Links

‘The word ‘links’ derives from the Old English ‘hlinc’, meaning a ridge, a baulk of land left unploughed.’ I had always thought the word ‘links’ was chosen because it described a piece of land that linked the sea to the pasture land.