When constructing Castle Stuart, Hanse and Parsinen were influenced by the wide fairways at St Andrews and this has continued into the Rio Olympic design.
When Ian Poulter was ruled out of action for four months with a foot injury, the Englishman probably assumed that his involvement in this year’s Ryder Cup was all but over.
There will be only one winner on the Green Mile this week, and we’re not talking about Tom Hanks! Quail Hollow cranks up the ante in preparation for major hosting next year with the Wells Fargo Championship where Rory will be looking to make it a hat trick!
Zurich in Switzerland might be 5,094 miles away from New Orleans in Louisiana, but the insurance company has sure been busy here since Katrina came to visit in 2005. The Zurich Classic of New Orleans begins Thursday, who’ll be flooding the greens with their tears this week?
One of the best books I ever read was a hefty academic paper called ‘Basic Probability Theory’, after reading it I never looked at another roulette table, or chance-based game ever again. The laws of probability were that persuasive it convinced me that golf betting odds aren’t always right. What’s more with a bit of research they are sometimes hedged in the punter’s favour.