Don't expect USGA, R&A to blink on anchoring

When the USGA and R&A settle the anchoring debate, don't expect the decision to come down to a popularity contest. In fact, it's fair to anticipate the proposed ban taking effect.

South African earns first trip to British Open

South Africa’s Justin Harding is one of three players who will be making their debuts in The Open Championship at Muirfield.

Whitson takes Spanish Amateur, eyes Walker Cup

Reeve Whitson claims the Spanish Amateur crown with a 4-and-3 win over Neil Raymond, perhaps working toward playing in the Walker Cup for the Great Britain & Ireland team.

Casey shows progress with nice finish in Australia

While his winless streak didn't come to an end, Paul Casey's fifth-place finish in Australia is another sign that the Englishman might be headed in the right direction.

Worldly players stand to rule the game

If you wanted to know why the Official World Golf Ranking has taken on such a cosmopolitan look since its inception in 1986, then the recent Portuguese Amateur Championship may provide a clue.

Kaymer’s summit climb deserved more attention

Hopefully, Martin Kaymer now will get the respect he truly deserves.

International course designer Knott dies at 65

Bob Knott, a champion golfer and international course designer, has died. He was 65.

Italian Manassero becomes youngest player in WGC event

Matteo Manassero’s meteoric rise to prominence reached another level this week at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.

GB&I team faces tough task at Walker Cup

Just as well the Walker Cup is not played on paper.

Stenson enters WGC-Match Play field; Taniguchi withdraws

Toru Taniguchi of Japan has withdrawn from the Match Play Championship next week because of a neck injury, putting Henrik Stenson in the 64-man field.

India and its love for cricket hold promise for golf

Indian golfers account for just under a quarter of the field in this week’s Avantha Masters. If you were looking for signs of where future Asian major winners might come from, then that stat should give you a clue.

Asia crumbles as Europe claims Royal Trophy

Needing just 2½ points Sunday, Asia looked like a sure bet to claim the Royal Trophy. But captain Colin Montgomerie's Europeans dominated singles matchplay again.

Royal comeback

Needing just 2½ points Sunday, Asia looked like a sure bet to claim the Royal Trophy. But reminiscent of the Ryder Cup, captain Colin Montgomerie's Europeans dominated singles match play to steal the victory.

Looking for success on Euro Tour? Shoot even par

No doubt many young players are starting the 2011 European Tour with much excitement mixed with trepidation.

Royal Trophy could showcase Ishikawa-Manassero duel

Matteo Manassero and Ryo Ishikawa may live on different continents, but the teens already have formed a bond, on-and-off the course. The 17-year-old Italian and the 19-year-old Japanese met in September at the HSBC Champions.

Non-stop European Tour schedule is overkill

I’ve been conducting a secret poll for the last year or so among the guys with whom I regularly play golf. My findings confirm what I’ve long suspected – there are too many tournaments on the European and PGA Tour circuits.

Olazabal’s health only issue for Ryder captaincy

Only one thing can stop Jose Maria Olazabal from becoming the next European Ryder Cup captain: the man himself.

Montgomerie to hand captaincy to Olazabal?

Jose Maria Olazabal is enticed by the possibility of replacing Colin Montgomerie as Europe’s Ryder Cup captain, although a big concern remains.

Instant classic

In a riveting finale, the 38th Ryder Cup came down to the last match. And when Graeme McDowell endured the crucible of competition known as golf’s greatest event and defeated Hunter Mahan, a familiar refrain rang through the valley: “Olé, Olé, Olé!”

Europe survives U.S. rally to win Ryder Cup

Europe won the Ryder Cup on Monday in a thriller that went down to the final match. It was the closest Ryder Cup since 1999.

Major Moments 2010: Live from St. Andrews: Final round wrap

Alex Miceli and Alistair Tait discuss Louis Oosthuizen's final-round performance at the British Open, where the unheralded South African romped to a seven-shot victory at St. Andrews.

Major Moments 2010: Live from St. Andrews: Dunvegan Hotel

Jeff Rude strolls the most famous corner in St. Andrews, and arguably in golf.

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