Sam Torrance brings a wealth of experience to the job.
Graduated from the University of Guelph with a Masters degree in English after completing his BA at the University of Waterloo. Previously worked for Today’s Golfer and Golf Monthly magazines in the UK. Has written for every major British newspaper, including The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Times, The Independent and The Observer. Has worked at Golfweek since 1994 covering the European Tour and British amateur golf. Has passed the R&A Rules exam. Has penned six books on golf, including a collection of short stories entitled Broken Fairways. Belongs to a unique golf club that plays 72 holes in one day every April, walking and carrying their clubs. A member of Woburn Golf Club where he mostly plays with his dog Izzy. Oh, and Tait would rather walk than ride in a cart any day.
Stories by Alistair Tait
Charley Hull facing huge pressure at Woburn, her home course, as she limits family, friends at Women’s British
Charley Hull has been a Woburn member since she was 11 years old, and she's taking steps to try to handle the pressure of playing the RICOH Women's British Open at home.
There’s a marked difference between this week’s Ricoh Women’s British Open at Woburn Golf Club and last year’s British Masters here.
The 50-year-old Englishman won the British Senior Open at Carnoustie on his tournament debut.
The Frenchman turned 50 on May 29 and will make his European senior debut at the Scottish course with which he is inextricably linked.
Rory McIlroy broke his 3-wood amidst a disappointing third-round 73 at the British Open that officially ended his chances.
A second-round 6-under 65 has taken Henrik Stenson to 9 under and within one shot of leader Phil Mickelson at Royal Troon.
Comfortable in difficult conditions, deep thinker Soren Kjeldsen moves into contention at British Open
Soren Kjeldsen is just three shots off Phil Mickelson's lead and is in position to become the first male Dane to win a major.
The front nine Royal Troon play much easier than the back nine and allow players the opportunity to score well and get into contention.
A back injury has hampered Justin Rose this year, but he's arrived at Royal Troon in form hoping to claim another major.
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