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Sympatico: On Gil Hanse and the Olympics...

My latest Sympatico column, about Gil Hanse and his selection to design the course for the Olympics, is now live: It is surprising to see how little talk there is of golf courses when it comes to the professional game. Unlike baseball or...

Saturday Ticket: Lorne Rubenstein's Moe...

My Sympatico Saturday Ticket — a longer feature I write for the website every few weeks, is now live. The feature focuses on Lorne Rubenstein’s new book, Moe and Me, which I found an interesting read: Meeting Moe Norman isn’t...

Woods and McIlroy clash is long awaited

My latest Sympatico column, looking at the rise of Rory McIlroy and the resurgence of Tiger Woods, went live yesterday: Next stop – Augusta National. That’s where everyone is hoping the real battle between new World No. 1 golfer Rory McIlroy...

PGA Tour season is too long

My latest Sympatico column is live, detailing how I think we could use a longer break from professional golf: Death, taxes and the PGA Tour. All three are unavoidable, never-ending forces that continue in perpetuity. Given that, it should...

Sympatico: Williams is an idiot, but...

Thanks to John Daly for upstaging Steve Williams as golf’s biggest moron for the past week. Anyway, for those still interested in Williams, this week’s column in Sympatico Sports addresses the issue of Tiger Woods’ former...

Luke Donald RBC

Sympatico: Donald is tops

As if there was really any question, I suggest in my latest Sympatico column that indeed, Luke Donald isn’t just the best player in the world, but the best on the PGA Tour as well! Who knew? Luke Donald is the PGA Tour’s player of the...