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Golfnutter: Handicapping in Pattaya

Pattaya boasts many golf societies, something in excess of 40 outlets I would think.  These include the bar with a sandwich board placed outside...

Golfnutter: Xmas Day in Ban Chang – Bring ur A Game

The planning had been meticulous.  Four devout observers of Christmas traditions – two Englishmen, a Welshman and a Kiwi – leave Pattaya at 07:45...

Golfnutter: McIlroy & Ko win their races

The European Tour’s season-ending finale: the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai, played host to the top 60 European Tour players as they competed...

Golfnutter: Lydia’s legacy grows

If what Lydia Ko is doing in women’s professional golf had an equivalent story in the men’s game, the headlines would be deafening.  “Couldn’t...

Golfnutter: Presidents Cup reborn

The biennial golf match played between Team USA and a team representing the world minus Europe, reached its thrilling climax at Incheon, South Korea,...

Golfnutter: The legend grows

The final round of the Evian Championship, the last of the year’s majors, was keenly anticipated.  In the last group were the overnight leader,...

Golfnutter: Open 2015 – golf’s special place turns it on

In a finish that couldn’t have been better scripted, eight players held at least a share of the lead in the final round of...

Golfnutter: Open Championship – Preview

This year’s Open Championship, held 16–19 July, will be hosted by the Old Course at St Andrews in Fife, Scotland.  It will be the...

Golfnutter: Steven Bowditch – inspirational (part 2)

In April 2006, following a poor run of form on the US PGA Tour and suffering from acute clinical depression, Australian golfer Steven Bowditch...

Golfnutter: Steven Bowditch – inspirational (Part 1)

Steven Bowditch’s grandfather, subjected to four years forced labour in the death camps that built the infamous Burmese Railroad during WWII, is thought to...

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