Analysis of Phil Mickelson’s comments at the Ryder Cup 2014 media conference, where he spoke about the American performance.
Tips for getting your ball of the rough on a links course
Tips for playing the ball above or below your feet
After the Referendum: why Labour, the SNP and the BBC all have some thinking to do
The benefits of using a putter, instead of a wedge
Putting tips for links courses from Neil Hampton, General Manager at Royal Dornoch Golf Club
Independence or Better Together – The Real Winner is Democracy: as a nation we have the opportunity to decide our country’s future without fear or intimidation and are free to tick which ever box we see fit. It’s a privilege many people in other countries across the world are not privy to.
Jim Ferguson of Castle Group Security explains the Human Trojan Horse theory: We’ve discovered that serious damage can be inflicted by an individual or group who wish to purposefully cause harm to a company. The Trojan Horse* tactic is to attack an unsuspecting target from within. How does a business guard against an employee who wants to steal your clients for a business they are moving to, or who deliberately breaks regulations or trust with clients in order to cost a company their custom?
Stuart McColm, general manager at Castle Stuart Golf Links, and New York-born director of golf Jeremy Matte, assess the European and USA teams ahead of the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.