Huggan column: The Troon duel will go down in history

Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson's battle one of the moments to define this

Practical joker Stenson has last laugh

By Graham Otway Soon after winning the European Tour school and his first main tour card in 2000, the reputation of Henrik Stenson as a powerful striker of a …

Johnson column: I doubt Bubba’s hit many railway lines before Troon slump

By Martin Johnson There are a couple of ways to experience that lump in the throat feeling during an Open championship at Royal Troon. The first is to win the …

Huggan column: Troon test teaches some tough lessons to pros

Billy Horschel and some other first round optimists were undone in the second round by true Links

Phil fell in love with Links at Troon

Magical Mickelson might well claim a sixth Major on Sunday, writes John

Johnson column: Lacking talent? Go buy something expensive

By Martin Johnson Not everyone making the transition from infant to adult manages to break their emotional bond to Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy, and it …

Van de Velde comes back to Carnoustie still smiling

By Graham Otway There can be few more infamous pictures from the history of golf than the ones which show Jean van de Velde, with his trousers rolled up around …

Time to scrap a rule that harms golf, says Howell

By European Tour player David Howell So let’s get this straight, a golfer, let’s call him Dustin for the sake of a name, is allowed to take a full …

Mahoney column: Get fit, get to the gym and put that pint of Guinness down

By Paul Mahoney There used to be a sign pinned to the noticeboard at Llandaff rugby club in Cardiff that stated: “We get fit to play. We don’t play to …

The Aussie who beat Monty, Faldo and Langer at Gleneagles

By John Huggan Even now, almost a quarter of a century on, it stands out as ­perhaps the most amazing 90 minutes of golf ever played on the European Tour. …


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