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May 4th, 2018 Article

Tiger Woods makes cut despite misfiring putter

Tiger Woods experienced an unfortunate bout of the touchy-feelies in the second round of the Wells Fargo Championship. And it's enough to make you think he's actually more like us than you might think.

Feb 27th, 2018 Article

Time's up for mashed potato says Justin Thomas

We love a bit of golf rowdiness here at GP. In fact, The Phoenix Open is one of the true highlights of the whole season with its booze-fuelled amphitheatre holding 20,000 bonkers fans at the 16th. But when you get one half-wit...

Jan 11th, 2018 Article

Golf is boring – it's official

Damn it all... we've been trying to pretend for years but now the jig is up. Golf has been officially declared the world's most boring sport.

Oct 8th, 2017 Article

Phil Mickelson jokes about his terrible driving

One of the best things about golf is that, no matter how badly we play on any given day, once we're back in the clubhouse we have that unique ability to block out all the bad stuff that happened and focus on The Consolation Shot. 

Oct 2nd, 2017 Article

Editor's Letter – All hail the British Masters

Anyone who was at the British Masters, or watched it on TV, will know what an excellent tournament it was. With the European Tour courting sponsorship dollars across Europe and beyond in order to maintain operations and expand, it seems that there has been less focus on holding events in the UK. 

Aug 27th, 2017 Article

Ed's Letter: 3 alternative season finales to FedEx Cup

The FedExCup: Bunch of Arse or Helping the Gravy? There's $10,000,000.00 up for grabs but does anyone really care? We're not so sure so we came up with three very viable alternatives to the season end.

Aug 10th, 2017 Article

GolfPunk becomes official media partner

The guys on the European Seniors Tour represent a golden, pioneering age of golf. Many of them, like Sam Torrance, were there at the start of the European Tour in 1972, when events took them to ridiculously hard to get to destinations, and players slept 4 to a room to save costs. Subsequently they have very interesting stories...

Jun 25th, 2017 Article

Cinderella Story: World number 837 wins BMW

Golf. It just doesn't make sense does it? I mean, when you're languishing at World number 837, you don't really expect to be in the mix come Sunday at the prestigious BMW International tournament in Munich. And you certainly don't expect to win it.

May 29th, 2017 Article

Ed's Letter: Tiger Woods

Honest guv, I'm not drunk. It's just these pain killers make me a bit drowsy. That's why I was zig-zagging across the road. At 3am.

May 2nd, 2017 Article

Ed's Letter: The Golf Sixes

Strap yourselves in and get ready for pyrotechnics on the tee, nearest the pin competitions and some old fashioned ding-dong match play drama. The Golf Sixes is a very welcome innovation in the much beleaguered world of professional tournament golf.

Apr 9th, 2017 Article

Ed's Letter: Sergio's major marathon mastered

It was 74th time lucky for the man who had determined that he would never win a major because he just wasn't "good enough". All evidence to the contrary Sergio. You the man.