Australian Open 2023: Where do the championships go from here?

With two concurrently held ISPS Handa Australian Opens in the books, organisers now have twice the data – and twice as many opinions – to draw from when assessing what our national championship should look like from 2024 onwards. And it should tell them plenty.

Opinion: This is personal

The divide in the men’s game will make it ripe for more one-on-one duels fuelled by antagonism.

LIV and let LIV

Professional golf’s most turbulent year closed by offering a window into 2023.

10 rules we choose to ignore

The Nudge and my three favourite tournament officials. [Getty images: Mike Ehrmann] Please don’t take offence to this statement of fact, but public-course golfers tend to nudge their golf balls to a better lie more often than private-course players do. I consider myself somewhat of an authority on this subject because I’ve played half my Read more…

Opinion: A numbers game

Scottie Scheffler was named PGA Tour Player of the Year in a vote compromised by the defection of his only competition

Be patient: The Presidents Cup is going to be great someday soon

The Ryder Cup wasn’t played from 1939 through 1945 due to World War II, and the truth is, there was absolutely no reason for it to come back. There was nothing wrong with event, per se, but it had only begun in 1927, and the nascent enterprise didn’t have a ton of traction in the world of professional golf through its first six matches.

Undercover Caddie

Here’s what we get paid. It can be a lot… or not.