Golf: Stellar Field Gathers to Challenge Koepka in Shanghai
Having finally reached the summit, Brooks Koepka has no intention of giving up his number one ranking any time soon but his first outing as the man to beat could hardly be tougher with a stellar field gathered for this week’s WGC-HSBC Champions.
Golf: Jacklin Wants Color-Coded Balls to Limit Distance
Ryder Cup great Tony Jacklin has urged his sport to take a leaf out of squash’s book by using color-coded balls to distinguish the professional game from the amateur one in the modern era of ‘grip it and rip it golf’.
Many Changes in the Ryder Cup Over 25 Years, and the Americans Seek One More
Not since 1993 has the United States beaten the European team on its home soil.