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# Ryder Cup
In The Swing: Poulter proves he's the man as Europe stage comeback for the ages
‘He was absolutely immense. His five birdies in a row on Saturday afternoon to win a point in the fourball matches was immeasurably significant for Europe.’
# column
In The Swing: FedEx series all about entertainment
Rory McIlory may have been the player of the year but the points system means it was Brandt Snedeker who walked away with the $10m.
# Opinion
In the swing: In this kind of form, McIlroy is untouchable
Rory McIlroy’s second Major Championship triumph was almost as impressive as his first one, writes Neil Cullen.
# column
In The Swing: Bradley hits form at the right time
The American will be the name on the tip of everyone’s tongue ahead of his defence of the USPGA Championship.
# The Open 2012
In the swing: route back to the top anything but Easy for Ernie Els
Neil Cullen watched the South African take an unlikely Claret Jug victory from the grandstand at Royal Lytham on Sunday evening.
# conjecture
In the swing: The Irish Open is finally upon us
Neil Cullen analyses the upcoming event and suggests it has the potential to be an even greater spectacle.
# on the ball
In The Swing: Victory a fitting reward for Dufner
He may be in just his second season as a pro, but on the right course, Jason Dufner is already looking like a model of consistency.
# resilience
In the swing: Oosthuizen shows post-Masters mettle
The Masters runner-up has recovered impressively from his disappointment, writes Neil Cullen.
# major talent
In the Swing: All hail Bubba
Bubba Watson’s shot imagination is something few others can even dream about matching.
# Golf
In the swing: And then there were two...
Augusta now beckons and we may well be in for the showdown we’ve all been waiting for – Rory vs Tiger. Bring it on.
# conjecture
In the Swing: Easy come, easy go for McIlroy
We assess Luke Donald’s recent rise to world number one at the expense of Rory McIlroy.
# Solid
In the swing: Rose to the occasion
As Rory McIlroy made a late charge and Tiger Woods drove home early, Justin Rose succeeded in his goal of quietly making his way round the Miami course.
# Opinion
In the swing: for Rory, this one's been coming
The great Jack Nicklaus essentially told McIlroy that par golf would probably be enough to win on Sunday. It was.
# column
In the swing: Lefty looking right on form again
Phil Mickelson overcame some doubts to school his old rival Tiger Woods this weekend. Here’s why.
# Comeback
In the swing: Tiger puts himself back in a winning position
He may not be back to his best – quite yet – but don’t be surprised if Woods finds himself with a victory again soon.
# In the Swing
Witness to history as Tiger earns his stripes
“It was a privilege, and only be being there in person was able I able to fully appreciate the genius I was seeing.”
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: Thomas Bjorn continues to grow old gracefully
His victory at the Omega European Masters was the Dane’s third of the season, the most wins he has had on tour in one calendar year.
British Open, day one
We’re up and running at Royal St George’s, stay with us for all the action.
# Tipped
In the swing: guess who we think will win the Open...
Forget your Rorys and G-Macs, we’ve gone for an outsider for the big prize this weekend.
# Opinion
In the swing: Comparing Ricky and Rory is a dangerous game
Neil Cullen takes a look at the prospects of one of American golf’s rising stars, Ricky Fowler.
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: Garcia's best days may yet be ahead of him
“Good putting and confidence go hand in hand. You pick a line, pick a pace and commit to it. If you begin to doubt your line or make mid-stroke adjustments, you haven’t a hope.”
# Opinion
In the swing: this is the first of many for Rory
“Butch Harmon on Sky Sports spoke about another potential weakness in McIlroy’s game, his short shots. If that’s the only thing McIlroy needs to work on, then he’s probably doing okay.”
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: Open season as golf's big hitters try to tame Congressional beast
Neil Cullen gives his thoughts on the second Major of the season, the US Open.
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: the curious case of Steve Stricker
“What we don’t understand about sport is often what draws us to it the most,” writes Neil Cullen in this week’s golf column.
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: Donald and Westwood still have Major questions to answer
They may be the two highest-ranked players in the world, but can Luke Donald and Lee Westwood be considered truly “great” without winning one of golf’s Majors? Neil Cullen gives his view.
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: love him or loathe him, Poulter remains a breath of fresh air
The outlandish Briton deserves credit for helping to bring golf into the 21st century, writes Neil Cullen in this week’s column.
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: why G-Mac and Rory's meltdowns are different beasts entirely
Neil Cullen uses this week’s column to take a closer look at Graeme McDowell’s final-day collapse at The Players.
# Legend
In the swing: Thank you, Seve
Neil Cullen pays tribute to golf legend Severiano Ballesteros who died aged 54 last Saturday.
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: (probably) all in the mind as Bubba wins in New Orleans
Mental strength and a bit of luck helped Bubba Watson to his second PGA Tour victory of the year, writes Neil Cullen in this week’s column.
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: Westwood back on top as rankings battle serves up some intriguing subplots
The ongoing race to be the world’s top golfer is adding some much-needed spice to weekly proceedings, writes Neil Cullen in this week’s column.
In the swing: Manassero's meteoric rise a particularly European phenomenon
Neil Cullen takes a look at the different development options open to golf’s rising stars.
In the swing: McIlroy's caddy has many questions to answer
Now that the dust has settled on Sunday’s drama at Augusta National, Neil Cullen takes a look back at where it all went wrong for Rory McIlroy.
# Kids are alright
Young, gifted... and in green? Five upstarts who might take the jacket
It’s an old-fashioned contest brimming with tradition – but could one of this young group rock The Masters this weekend?
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: Georgia on our minds as the PGA heads to Augusta
“I would happily never play golf again in my entire life if my final round was at Augusta,” writes Neil Cullen as he previews the season’s first Major.
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: Double delight for Scotland as Laird and Lawrie come out on top
Have the Scottish golfers hit form at the perfect moment? How will they fare at the Masters next week? Only Neil Cullen has the answers.
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: Sky’s the limit as broadcaster prepares for Masters debut
For the first time ever, Sky Sports have secured the rights to broadcast the Masters from Augusta National. Neil Cullen discusses what the move will mean for the world of golf.
# Fore!
In the swing: Watney triumphs in the battle of the bottlers
Neil Cullen is back with all of the talking points from last weekend’s action at the WGC-Cadillac Championship.
# Caddy Shack
Tiger no longer the big draw for TV viewers
The Honda Classic had a distinctly off-Broadway feel this weekend, but golf fans are voting with their eyes.
# Caddy Shack
In the swing: Luke uses the force for victory
Neil Cullen takes a few swings at the weekend’s golf action.
# Get in the hole
In the swing: Shiv Chowrasia makes home advantage count but no such luck for Fred Couples
The Indian’s second European Tour victory marks a remarkable turnaround. Elsewhere, Fred Couples’ famous back problem put paid to his chances in LA.