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In Memory of Seve... the demons are finally laid to rest

April 11, 2017 by Stuart Barber

On a wild wet and windy day at Royal St George's in 1996 when the only sensible thing to do was sit in the club house and have a dram or two with friends, I first met Sergio Garcia...


Back on friendly soil…… thank the Lord

October 12, 2016 by Stuart Barber

The tweet The Reverend Stephen Willett sent minutes after landing back in Heathrow this week. An inveterate tweeter, it seems, and his frequent messages throughout last week's Ryder Cup give an interesting slant to the furore Danny's brother created before the event. ...


A Weekend of Drama… Rory McIlroy wins FedEx Cup in dramatic finish

September 27, 2016 by Stuart Barber

What an amazing end to the Tour Championship when McIlroy won both the Fedex Cup and the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club, a private members club some 5 miles east of downtown Atlanta...


The Time for Speculation is over …… The die is cast

September 6, 2016 by Stuart Barber

Golf and the selection of the European Ryder Cup team is the theme of this blog not “Brexit”. Although one could just as easily have used the same headline in writing about our nation's decision to leave the EEC.


That's Life…Sometimes it's Sweet

April 15 , 2016 by Stuart Barber

Other times it's a real bummer. That's exactly how it was on Sunday afternoon at Augusta. Sweet for, “Son of a preacher man”, Danny Willett from England, bitter, oh how bitter, for Jordan Spieth, suffering one of the most spectacular collapses seen at Augusta.


The Time for Talk and Speculation is over...

April 7 , 2016 by Stuart Barber

Now let the action commence. After calm, sunny and perfect conditions for some days, today dawns windy with rain threatened. The action began at 08.20 local time with Jim Herman of the USA and Steven Bowditch of Australia leading the way.


Now it’s Brussels...

March 30, 2016 by Stuart Barber

I see it was just over a year ago that I wrote of the horrors of the killings – no, murders, at the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, and now we have the brutal murders in Brussels. It has not been a good year for innocent people being slaughtered in the name of a false Islam.


So that was Christmas...

January 25, 2016 by Stuart Barber

Now it's 2016 but that man Spieth – not Woods – just carries on where he left off, so not much has changed.

Jordan Spieth in winning Hyundai Tournament of Champions 2016 coasted to an eight shot victory, and so reinforced his position at the top of the world rankings. Rory McIlroy was not playing, so the first real contest between the world's best comes this week in Abu Dhabi.



Melbourne to host 2018 World Cup of Golf

Sergio Garcia voted European Tour Golfer of the Year

Ping launches iBlade irons

TaylorMade Golf M2 Irons

New SM6 Vokey Design Wedges

Titleist launch new Scotty Cameron Select putters

Titleist launch DT TruSoft golf ball

adidas Golf launch Tour360 Boost

SuperStroke introduces new Pistol GT putter grip

Joburg Open: Shubhankar Sharma seals maiden Tour win

Two Legends Foresee A Chinese Influx

Thompson Wraps Up A Season Of ‘What-Ifs’

A Time For Teaching Warily

Ai Signs Off Amid Accolades

A Golfer Who Could Inspire A Nation

By ceding control Lewis conjures a miracle

Europe’s Solheim Glass Is Half Full

Feeling The Love In Iowa

Hall And Ko Bide Their Time

Park’s Victory A Powerful Indicator

Melbourne to host 2018 World Cup of Golf

Sergio Garcia voted European Tour Golfer of the Year

A Sponsorship Honcho Moves On

An Encouraging Island Foray

Ball Rollback Buzz Begs Many Questions

Thomas Surpasses Expectations

Intangibles Distinguish Ryu

Amateur: A Year To Remember

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