This week the panel pushes back at Johnny Miller; debates the wisdom of playing golf with Donald Trump; and discusses the merits of yet another pace of play initiative.
This week we asked the panel about the USGA Distance Study, the innovations that Keith Pelley is bringing to the European Tour and when everyone is playing their best, who is the best?
This week we asked the panel to put Sergio Garcia’s record in perspective; Phil Mickelson’s gambling; and Muirfield voting not to accept women members.
Muirfield Golf Club will eventually be dragged into the 21st century. But change is not easy at old traditional private clubs and the dinosaurs won’t disappear quietly.
The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers has voted no to allowing women members.
The inaugural event for amateurs will be played at Royal Troon on the eve of The 145TH Open Championship.
Following an extensive consultation exercise, agreement has been reached on the merger of the two St Andrews-based bodies with the process due to be completed in the coming months.
Donald Trump’s dream of handing over the trophy at The Open is in tatters.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club Two of North America’s most successful women amateur golfers have become Honourary Members of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews. Canadian Marlene Stewart Streit, the only player to win the British, Canadian, U.S. and Australian women’s amateur titles, and America’s Judy Bell, a former Curtis Cup […]