Seve – Part 8: A Legacy That Lives On

Seve’s long lasting legacy on golf, as told by Deakin University student Connor Schmidtke in the last of his eight-part series on one of the most-loved golfers of all time.

Seve – Part 7: Ryder Cup Continuation

A continuation of Seve at the Ryder Cup in 1985 and 1987, as told bynDeakin University student Connor Schmidtke in the seventh of his eight-part series on one of the most-loved golfers of all time.

Seve – Part 6: The Ryder Cup

Seve at The Ryder Cup, as told by Deakin University student Connor Schmidtke in the sixth of his eight-part series on one of the most-loved golfers of all time.

Seve – Part 5: The Rise Of Spain

How Seve Ballesteros put Spanish golf on the map, as told by Deakin University student Connor Schmidtke in the fifth of his eight-part series on one of the most-loved golfers of all time.

Seve – Part 4: The Green Jackets

Seve Ballesteros’ Green Jackets, as told by Deakin University student Connor Schmidtke, in the fourth of his eight-part series on one of the most-loved golfers of all time.

Seve – Part 3: The Open Championship

Seve Ballesteros’ Open Championship wins, as told by Deakin University student Connor Schmidtke, feature in the third of his eight-part series on one of the most-loved golfers of all time.

Seve – Part 2: The Early Successes

The early successes of Seve Ballesteros, as told by Deakin University student Connor Schmidtke, in the second of his eight-part series on one of the most-loved golfers of all time.

Seve – Part 1: Introducing the great man

Seve Ballesteros had something special, as Deakin University student Connor Schmidtke points out in this, the first of his eight-part series on one of the most-loved golfers of all time. [Prepare yourself to be distracted – JTH]

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – MacLaren short-changed despite back-to-back wins, plus the glory of Lofoten

From the New South Wales Women’s Open to the Qatar masters, the New Zealand PGA to the upcoming Kenya Masters, Hamish Neal is all over all the happenings in the golfing world.

Almanac Golf – Golf Capital: Bradley rolls new number one Rose, Evian for final major of 2018

The latest from the world of golf from Hamish Neal including the end to the Bryson DeChambeau show on the PGA Tour as Keegan Bradley snapped a six-year drought to win the third-leg of the Fed Ex Cup playoffs.

Seve: a shot of genius

The many obituaries devoted to golfing legend Seve Ballesteros are rightfully glowing. No golfer was more cavalier than Seve. And no golfer was more fearless than Seve. Very few if any golfers possess the mental and physical capabilities to win Open Championships from car parks. Check out the link below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpcBFvZlyDk Physically, Seve’s skill largely [Read more]