Jim Deeks writes about Scott Burk’s new book “Toronto’s Lost Golf Courses”, which illustrates the city, the people and the golf courses from another era.
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks lost his beloved Hogan irons after trading them for the latest and greatest something new that didn’t work nearly as well.
Twenty years ago Jim Deeks launched a concept for connecting private club golfers that flopped. Now someone else has made it work.
Text messages and emails may be the way we communicate today but they’ll never capture the personal touch of a hand-written note.
The cranky old man has woken from his long Christmas nap to let us know that PGA Tour players are really robots playing mindless, boring golf.
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks talks to Bruce Mitchell, who has just completed his term as the first Canadian to serve as Captain of the R&A.
When I read that Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson were going to play a $9 million winner-take-all match, my reaction was “that’s just plain disgusting.”
Fairways columnist Jim Deeks recounts the tough road his friend Bryan Nelson faced and how golf provided the inspiration to rebuild his life
The U.S. has always turned to former players to captain their Ryder Cup team, albeit with mixed success. Jim Deeks has another idea.