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On meeting the R&A rules man.

I played my first medal of the year yesterday at 7.12am on the Jubilee and got a par at the first. That’s as much as I am going to tell…

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Playing for five, five, and five

One thing I am not is a betting man on the golf course. I have never been nor ever will be. I like to enjoy my golf. Anyway, I heard…

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I never got on Radio 4

I was lying in bed on Saturday morning and I got a rather unusual call from a nice sounding chap who said he was from Radio 4, had seen my…

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Reflecting on Lexi

I am writing my article on the new rules of golf and looking back again at the Lexi Thomson debacle over the marking of a two foot putt and the…

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Golf Season Upon Us

Well you might not think so looking at the students walking around St Andrews with their skis. But yes, I shall be up at the Castle this Wednesday on a…

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Early Bus and the Equalities Act

Got the 510am bus into Edinburgh and managed to be in Burr on George Street at 715. Of course this is an insane time to travel. Most respectable people are…

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Idle Thoughts

The kilted caddie is feeling rather pleased with himself in that his last blog predicted the Dow Jones led World Stock Market correction. It’s just rather a shame I didn’t…

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Brexit is becoming befuddlingly boring

Yes, I have to admit that I’ve had it up to here with Brexit. It’s not good for my health listening to all this stuff about access to single markets,…

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New Year Swing Thoughts

I have had a Damascene moment in the kitchen with my pitching wedge. Musing over my golf swing and decidedly being of the opinion that the fundamental part is the…

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Poor Scott Kennedy

Poor Scott Kennedy is dead. One round a day Scott Basement flat in Howard Place Lived alone Simply, happily. An orphan A heart of gold Gentle, soft spoken, curious Kind,…

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