Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Kim’s record in Wisconsin, Knox and Fox in Irish playoff

Scotland’s Russell Knox taking out the Irish Open highlights Hamish Neal’s comprehensive wrap of the week in golf.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Park’s major double, Irish Open focus in Europe

The latest from Hamish Neal’s Golf Capital. Sung Hyung Park adds to her 2017 US Women’s Open title winning the Women’s PGA Championship in Illinois and wins also go to Francesco Molinari on the PGA Tour and Alex Noren in France on the European Tour.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Hataoka’s breakthrough ahead of PGA, Bubba gets third 2018 win

Bubba Watson’s third tournament win for 2018 highlights Hamish Neal’s comprehensive weekly wrap of all that’s happening in the world of golf.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Koepka beats the USGA, again, plus farewell to a champion

Hamish Neal looks at Brooks Koepka’s US Open win, and the passing of an Australian golfing legend. It was another big week in golf.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Johnson’s Memphis title, Shot Clock stories

Hamish Neal brings us up to date with the world of golf in the lead-up to the US Open.

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital

Hamish Neal with his latest golf observations and tips.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Double Aussie triumph, US Women’s Open debuts in Alabama

Hamish Neal surveys the field for the US Women’s Open at Shoal Creek. Minjee Lee more than a fair chance

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Wise uses Aussie knowledge for Texas win, Belgian Knockout confusion

With events last week in Texas, Virginia and Belgium, Hamish Neal keeps us up to speed with all that’s happening on the fairways with his weekly golf wrap.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Simpson blitzes The Players, Belgium back on the European Tour

Get up to speed with the latest in the world of gold with the Golf Capital from Hamish Neal.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Day wins again, Irish delight at Golf Sixes

Jason Day’s second win of the year plus a terrific second edition of the Golf Sixes highlight Hamish Neal’s weekly review of all things golf.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Comebacks

The golfing comebacks continue as Hamish Neal looks at some news, thoughts and notes from the last week.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: New PGA winners plus new golf formats

Hamish Neal’s golf wrap is back after a short break. He hasn’t missed a beat.

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Reed’s uncomfortable Augusta glory

Hamish Neal with a thorough wrap of The Masters won by Patrick Reed.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Lindberg’s Monday win, Masters open as ever

In the lead up to the US Masters, Hamish Neal brings us up to date with all that’s happening in the world of golf.

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Golf Capital – Watson wins again, Thompson looks for redemption in California

Bubba Watson on fire in Austin highlights Hamish Neal’s fantastic, thorough weekly golf review.

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Rory roars in Florida, TV ratings boost continues with Tiger in the mix

Tiger Woods contended again at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Is he on the way back? Hamish Neal with his weekly golfing wrap.

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Casey denies Tiger, Masters ever closer

It was all about Tiger last weekend – and could be again this weekend. And the Masters is no far away either.

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Drought-breakers and a week of Mexican fun

Hamish Neal recaps the latest results from the world of golf

Almanac Soccer: Trials and tribulations – a reflection on Darije Kalezi?’s time at the Phoenix

@hamishneal   “Speculated Wellington Phoenix coach Darije Kalezi? has managed four teams in four years in three countries (England, Holland and Saudi Arabia” I noted back in May. “It doesn’t exactly scream stability”   And henceforth the Swiss-born coach won’t end the season in charge of the Kiwi-based A-League franchise. As March started with the club [Read more]

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Korda’s jaw, Pepperell’s win, Justin and the sledger

Hamish Neal’s latest collection of golf news, thoughts and notes from the week which saw Justin Thomas climb into the top three, Eddie Pepperell break through on the European Tour and Jessica Korda win for the first time since 2015.