Four reasons why there will be so few British golfers at the 2024 Masters

Willett won the Masters in 2016, but may not be able to compete this year – AP/Jae C. Hong Danny Willett is still unsure if he will do it here at the 88th Masters as he continues to recover from shoulder surgery. The Yorkshireman’s management insist he is determined to do everything he can to … Read more

The $10 Million Question About Anthony Kim’s Return: Flush Reborn or Broken?

Anthony Kim’s second win of 2008 came just two months after his first tour victory – Reuters/Jonathan Ernst Anthony Kim is finally playing again this week. On Monday, LIV chief executive Greg Norman trumpeted what sounded suspiciously like the second coming as he hailed the American’s first competitive appearance since 2012. Cue a collective roll … Read more

Interview with Tyrrell Hatton: I don’t expect the Ryder Cup rules to be changed for me

Tyrrell Hatton opens up about the £50m deal that persuaded him to join LIV Golf – Reuters/Raquel Cunha The point of taking calculated risks is that you won’t know if your calculations are accurate until sometime in the future – and then it may be too late. So it is for Tyrrell Hatton and the … Read more

City lovers, Spanish kissers, failing cricketers – 10 things we learned in 2023

Manchester City achieved the holy grail of winning the Champions League in 2023, but did so against the backdrop of an unprecedented number of charges for alleged breaches of the Premier League’s financial rules. It was that kind of year in many ways. Spain made history by winning the Women’s World Cup, but was immediately … Read more

‘Patrick Cantlay-led power grab’ responsible for Jon Rahm’s £450m LIV move

Patrick Cantlay has made himself one of the most powerful people on the PGA Tour – Reuters/Jonathan Ernst A senior official has pointed the finger at Patrick Cantlay for Jon Rahm’s £450million defection, putting the PGA Tour on the back foot in Saudi merger negotiations. Rahm stunned the golf world by announcing his move to … Read more