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19th June 2024 4:24 pm

“A difference of opinion is what makes horse racing and missionaries."

The PGA Tour: The Memorial. At Muirfield. In Dublin. In Ohio

Sandy Lane previews this week’s USPGA event, the Memorial at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio   Watching Robert MacIntyre’s maiden PGA Tour victory in last week’s Canadian Open was genuinely refreshing. With his rugged-featured Dad on the bag, the shy Scotsman proved to be a natural front-runner, and his humility shone out in the post-tournament […]

PGA Tour: The Valspar Championship

Sandy Lane previews this week’s PGA Tour event, the Valspar Championship in Florida. Please note that bets must be placed by 11.30 am on Thursday. Wow, the climax of The Players Championship at Sawgrass last week was something to behold. Scottie Scheffler, our headline selection, treated golf lovers to an imperious bogey-free final round of […]

Who is going to pick up the Palmer D’Or?

Sandy Lane previews this week’s PGA Tour event, The Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida. Please note that bets must be placed by 12.45 on Thursday. Another week, another 100-1 plus winner in the most extraordinary start to a PGA Tour season that your writer can ever remember. Full marks, though, to Austin Eckroat, who played superbly […]

PGA Tour: The Cognizant Classic at the Palm Beaches

Greetings Be cognisant (why do the Yankees have to mess up the King’s English?) of the fact that today’s date only occurs every four years. It’s a big deal for Grandpas like me, who can raise a glass to their leapling descendants. Our Arthur (12, allegedly) is one of this exclusive group – there are […]

Tuesday’s Ascot proves too strong a siren call

Lunch with chums near Malmesbury on Sunday, and I ran into David Lloyd-George, who will know by the time you read this whether he is to be (reinvested – reignited – reinterred? I’m sure there’s some particular name for it), admitted to the House of Lords to take up a spare hereditary seat for the […]

A Himalayan Sandwich? Or is it a Sand Wedge in the Himalayas?

One of the nicest links courses in England, Royal St Georges, beckons Darren Clarke’s inheritors back to its comfort and largesse, ten years after the Ulsterman won the 139th Open. Won at Portrush in 2019 by Shane Lowery, the Sandwich links course has traditionally proven tough to score on, and of the last five Champion […]

PGA Players Championship – DeChambeau kept in bounds

The Arnold Palmer Invitational last week saw, Bryson DeChambeau under extreme scrutiny, having threatened to cut corners on Bay Hill’s Par 5 sixth,  by driving across the pond. In the end, he didn’t, but the threat alone has made the PGA change the rules for the 18th at TPC Sawgrass, where the final hole is […]

The PGA Championship

Work has once again raised its ugly head and my mind is full of useful words like “…unifying points of entry”. No, me neither, but I popped them into the report anyway! I also quite liked the idea of my “…collaboratively transforming our asset-base of frictionless resources.” Meanwhile, the first few pairs are out and […]

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