2021

  • Why women's golf will continue to grow

    Written by Kevin Brown on Thursday, 5 August 2021

    For too long overlooked and undervalued, women’s golf is now growing at an unprecedented speed with Europe's incredible Solheim Cup victory on US soil expected to boost it further. Georgia Hall, Catriona Matthew, Amy Boulden and Annika Sorrenstam discuss how the game builds on its recent success. It wasn’t all that long ago that a sign stood outside the clubhouse of...

  • Niall Horan: From One Direction to one of golf's most influential figures

    Written by Kevin Brown on Friday, 12 March 2021

    Niall Horan, the founder of Modest! Golf tells Today's Golfer how he's gone from being part of the world's most powerful pop group to being considered one of the most influential figures in golf. Niall Horan may not be Tiger Woods, Bryson DeChambeau or Rory McIlroy, but the 27-year-old pop idol is a seriously big player in the world of golf...

  • Meghan MacLaren: "Sponsor's invites over Major champions is wrong"

    Written by Meghan MacLaren on Monday, 1 February 2021

    Ladies European Tour golfer Meghan MacLaren is unimpressed that the LPGA failed to find space for Major champions Sophia Popov and A. Lim Kim in their season-ending tour championship. If you are more productive with your time than I am, you might miss the various instances of outrage on ‘Golf Twitter’. The one that amazed – and infuriated...

  • Bad Golf's John Robins: "Practise less to improve your game"

    Written by John Robins on Monday, 4 January 2021

    In his exclusive Today's Golfer column, award-winning comedian, BBC Radio 5Live host and Bad Golfer John Robins explains why practising less could actually improve your golf. For many golfers, winter is a time where more balls are hit on the driving range than on the course. Bad weather and new year’s resolutions combine to...