Sep 23, 2013

Has Tiger Woods' 2013 season been a success?

When it comes to Tiger Woods, everything is relative. That's what you get for being the most dominant golfer the game has seen and that's Tiger's lot from here until the day he hangs up his red shirt.
Sep 19, 2013

Standing up for the FedEx Cup's ridiculous points system

The Tour Championship is here - an event that serves as the finale to the $10 million FedEx Cup and another generous invitation to rip apart the play-off points system.
Sep 14, 2013

Highlights and reaction to Furyk's 59

Jim Furyk is not a man who screams excitement for most golf fans, but on Friday at the BMW Championship he was Justin Bieber to our shrill screams.
Sep 9, 2013

Are the Fitzpatrick brothers England's next big stars?

The 44th Walker Cup ended in sweeping victory for the American team, who dispatched Great Britain and Ireland 17-9 and lorded it over the singles matches in New York.
Sep 4, 2013

All hail Stenson the comeback king

There's an argument that golf's fickle nature lends itself to comebacks better than any other sport, highlighted by Henrik Stenson's rise
Sep 2, 2013

Garcia vs. Woods would be FedEx Cup delivering

Sergio's in the mix. He's not just in the mix; he's outright leading the second FedEx Cup playoff event with 18 holes to play, having gone 65-64-65 at TPC Boston.
Aug 29, 2013

The strange world of a Ryder Cup captain

The prestige attached to being Ryder Cup captain has never been greater, and to carry a team to victory is to be held aloft on a continental pedestal, but the vast majority of the work is just ceremony.
Aug 26, 2013

Rory's love life is not the problem

Despite global concerns, everything looks peachy in #wozzilroy world to me. But should we be concerned that the Rory McIlroy-Caroline Wozniaki romance has garnered a lot more attention than Rory's golf of late?
Aug 24, 2013

Hole-in-one double for Choi and Chalmers at The Barclays

The PGA Tour's FedEx Cup playoffs aren't designed for part-time fans, but you can't fault the accessible entertainment served up during Saturday's third round at The Barclays.
Aug 21, 2013

Would a world tour be good for golf?

Would a Golf World Tour bring much-needed focus and intensity to the long and drawn-out regular seasons either side of the Atlantic?
Aug 16, 2013

The upside of Westwood's Twitter rant

Lee Westwood's post-US PGA Championship Twitter unravelling has been golf's biggest talking point this week - bigger than Jason Dufner's first major and even the startling revelation that 43 beers can fit inside the Wanamaker trophy.
Aug 12, 2013

Predicting 2014's major winners

What might 2014 have in store for us at the majors? Clubbing Down delivers its early predictions.
Aug 6, 2013

Why golf needs a Tiger win at Oak Hill

Clubbing Down is pulling for a Tiger Woods victory at the US PGA Championship, for the sake of golf
Aug 2, 2013

Tiger's 61 was a reminder of the golfer we once knew

Tiger Woods might not have shot 59 at Firestone, but his confidence will be given a huge boost nonetheless.
Jul 29, 2013

Should Stableford scoring be used more often on Tour?

The Reno-Tahoe Open will deploy Modified Stableford scoring this weekend. Is it a refreshingly good idea, or a cheap PR stunt gone wrong?
Jul 26, 2013

Early look at US PGA venue Oak Hill

Clubbing Down takes a look at Oak Hill, the venue for August's US PGA Championship.
Jul 22, 2013

Mickelson is the golfer we all dream of being

Phil Mickelson's gung-ho genius doesn't always come off, but Sunday at Muirfield was worth a hundred heartaches.
Jul 21, 2013

Reasons to believe Westwood can win

Lee Westwood stands on the verge of a first major win at the 62nd attempt. But will he get it done?
Jul 19, 2013

Familiar cast chase redemption at The Open

The story lines are as thick as Muirfield's treacherous rough as The Open heads into the weekend.
Jul 16, 2013

Open pairings to watch on Thursday and Friday

Clubbing Down picks five Open pairings to watch for the opening two rounds at Muirfield.
Will has covered Tour events. majors and Ryder Cups and interviewed the likes of Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Rory McIlroy. He once inhaled the cigar smoke of the coolest man in golf, Miguel Angel Jimenez, while watching sports cars tear around Brands Hatch. As a left-handed hacker he's been humiliated at esteemed venues including Carnoustie, Wentworth, Kiawah Island and Pinehurst No. 2.