Meet the man with the most interesting job in golf

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Lee Crombleholme has one of the most fascinating jobs in the game. He works as the psychologist on the European Tour where, on a daily basis, he gets to hear the intimate mental workings of some of the best in best in the business – his current stable comprises Andy Sullivan, Ross Fisher, Kiradech Aphibarnrat,… Read more »

Our Competition Winners Are Announced!

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In last month’s newsletter, we asked you to tell us what your most useful piece of equipment was, to be in with the chance of winning a luxury Mizuno bobble hat. We had a lot of great responses and, while selecting a group of winners was no easy task, we’ve managed to narrow it down… Read more »

What does 2018 hold for McIlroy?

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Rory McIlroy’s 2017 was one to forget with no wins. But he has already planned a fast and furious start to next year with one eye, as ever, on Augusta. Credit: Getty Images It won’t be too long before we can all start talking about our favourite subject in the game: Rory McIlroy and the… Read more »

When will McIlroy be a major force again?

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“I think he has an opportunity to win 15 or 20 majors or whatever he wants to do if he wants to keep playing. I love his swing, I love his rhythm, I love his moxie. He’s got a little swagger there, it’s a little bit cocky but not offensive.” When Jack Nicklaus speaks we… Read more »

Your Favourite Open Memories

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Before the Open, we asked you to tell us some of your favourite Open memories. There was a flood of great anecdotes, both touching and humorous – and we’ve listed the best below. In fact, there were so many, we decided there should be two winners this month!   Dennis – *Star Answer* “Carnoustie 1999…. Read more »