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The greatest major?

This is the big question in golf of course and one likely to elicit many interesting responses. The choice is between The Open (British obviously!) and The Masters. And at…

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The kilted caddie is on a roll

Yes, there is no doubt that the kilted caddie has had a belter of a week. At the time that they were teeing off in Augusta National for the Masters,…

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The Dechambeau Top

I was rather fascinated to see Bryson Dechambeau, the miracle man with the 198 mph Ferrari golf swing, top his ball a hundred yards into the drink at the Players…

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Oochaa!

‘Oochaa’ is pretty widely acknowledged in the lexicon of caddie phraseology and can be used in a number of situations when the wish to express oneself verbally may be inappropriate…

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My Jean Van der Velde moment

Ok I didn’t lose the Open Championship yesterday but I threw away winning the St Andrews Thistle Club’s Bruce Trophy in rather spectacular fashion, on a windy day over the…

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A certain lack of course management

I played in the Bruce Trophy over the Jubilee on Thursday and got off to a solid start and although I three putted the second, I was level par after…

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Progress Report- the take-away issue

Things are still going well on the goff front. I’m still feeling much more confident over the ball and amĀ  continuing to analyse stuff. I do think I’ve been getting…

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My golf mission

I’m on a mission with respect to my golf. Covid inspired albeit. But I’ve now got the bit firmly between my teeth and am to be honest, feeling rather buoyant….

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Golf is not for Donald

You know, on reflection, golf is probably the last game that Donald Trump should be playing. For it’s the ultimate game in which you need to be brutally honest. And…

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Dave Thomson

Dave and I were at school together and started playing golf at the same time. He was always a far better sportsman than me though, being much more athletic and…

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