Martin Vousden’s review of 2018

We haven’t had a really dull golf season for quite a while and 2018 has been no exception. So here’s our choice of the best, worst, most memorable and perhaps wisely forgotten moments of the year Major of the Year The US PGA Championship. Brooks Koepka continued his recent marvellous run of major championship performances… read more →

Martin Vousden: Fight! Fight!

Thought for the Day A workplace conference is the confusion of one person, multiplied by the number present Call that an argument? With the dust settling in the aftermath of the Ryder Cup, much of the post-match reporting has centered on the supposed free and frank exchange of views between American team-mates Brooks Koepka and… read more →

Martin Vousden on the 2018 Ryder Cup

Thought for the Day The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do It’s almost time The 1981 American Ryder Cup team is widely considered to be the best there has ever been, but this year’s version might push them close. That US vintage of 37… read more →

Vousden on telly

Thought for the Day When you are arguing with a fool, make sure he isn’t doing the same thing Tiger unleashed but unwatched As we approach the fag end of the 2018 season, with all four majors now behind us, it becomes obvious that the only real story of the year has been Tiger Wood’s… read more →

Thoughts on the 2018 Open Championship from Martin vousden

Thought for the Day Blessed is the man who, having nothing to say, abstains from giving us wordy evidence of the fact What an Open that was Once the dust settles and we are able to look back with a little more objectivity, the 147th Open Championship just concluded at Carnoustie will be remembered as… read more →

Martin Vousden on Peter Thomson

Thought for the Day Those who can laugh without cause have either found the true meaning of happiness or have gone mad In Memoriam Peter Thomson, who died last week, was one of the most anonymous and least-lionised multiple major winners in golf, which is probably just how he would have liked it. Far too… read more →