Masters 2017

A different preview, and a shorter one than last year, for there are pressures on multiple fronts that are calling for my time as my degree comes to an end. You all know about the course, thanks to the superb guide at the Racing Post, and of course, The Punter’s Preview at Betfair. Ben Coley… Read More Masters 2017

Ryder Cup 2016

Conventional wisdom, along with the betting market that has had two years to form, would suggest that the United States should win the Ryder Cup, that starts at 1.35pm tomorrow afternoon. Whether professional tournaments or majors are counted they have more titles. They have the experience edge with the visitors bringing over 6 rookies. The… Read More Ryder Cup 2016

USPGA 2016

Look towards America this week and you’ll be likely to see screaming conventions and rash statements that sum up 2016 in a nutshell, but there’s always fun to he had in the Land Of The Free and the Home of the Brave and the USPGA Championship will showcase its finest talents this week. The venue… Read More USPGA 2016

The Open 2016

Scotland is back in vogue. A refuge for Remainers angry at recent events, a ship with a steady and competent captain to go forward in turbulent times. At our time of need, they provided us with two Wimbledon winners to lift a sombre National mood to boot, and now they do the same again with… Read More The Open 2016

Masters 2016

Let me describe a sporting event for you. An iconic event that take place in early April, seen as one of, if not the sport’s crown jewel, and perhaps its most famous event. It’s been won by the sports greats, and has produced several very similar winners over the years. The same venue is use… Read More Masters 2016

USPGA 2015

It feels like only yesterday that Zach Johnson was lifting the claret jug at a windswept St Andrews and today we have the year’s final major, the PGA Championship. The course that a given golf tournament is played is on is as crucial a factor as any and it’s no surprise that course form can… Read More USPGA 2015

The Open 2015

This year’s Open may have been robbed of a golfing prodigy in Rory McIlroy but all eyes are on another gifted talent in Scotland as Jordan Speith aims to make history. Halfway on his way to doing something never done before, the Texan is aiming to make it three straight majors on the bounce, a… Read More The Open 2015

The Masters 2015

Summer’s here. The clocks have changed, the flowers are beginning to bloom, Liverpool is preparing for the Grand National, and patrons are flocking to Augusta National in Georgia, for one of the year’s great events; The Masters. An ever present fixture that heralds the arrival of summer for many, it is the most unique of… Read More The Masters 2015

USPGA 2014

From 2000 to 2002 and 2005 to 2007, the main question ahead of golf’s biggest events was simple – Can Tiger Woods be beaten? The answer, as it turned out, would be no, 11 times during that period as he laid a strong claim to being to being one of the greatest sportsmen of all… Read More USPGA 2014