Why we should be hailing Bryson DeChambeau, one of the hardest-working players in the game, as a worthy US Open champion.
Can Tiger Woods' body cope with the possibility of four events in five weeks? David Livingstone looks ahead to how the rest of his season could unfold.
Saluting Collin Morikawa's brilliance as Brooks Koepka's 'bully boy' tactics backfired: David Livingstone reviews a thrilling PGA Championship.
Jon Rahm is a welcome world No 1, but Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods are still golf's headline act, says David Livingstone.
Does Bryson DeChambeau need guidance to combat his perceived lack of self-awareness? David Livingstone analyses an up-and-down week in Detroit.
David Livingstone celebrates Harold Varner's ambition to improve diversity in golf, 30 years after the 'shame of Shoal Creek'.
David Livingstone assesses the PGA Tour's handling of Nick Watney's positive coronavirus test and looks at what they can learn from going forward.
David Livingstone salutes Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and their legendary NFL partners after braving the elements to raise millions for charity.
David Livingstone gives his verdict on the TaylorMade Driving Relief charity event and looks at how the contest provided 'gentle relief' in troubled times.
David Livingstone reflects on Rory McIlroy's impressive Watchalong of his win at The Players and looks at how sports stars are dealing with life in lockdown.
As calls grow for the Ryder Cup to be postponed if fans can't attend, David Livingstone puts forward his case for the tournament going ahead regardless.
A view from the studio at the 2012 Ryder Cup as David Livingstone reflects on the other Miracles of Medinah ....
David Livingstone reflects on his years covering the Masters and shares stories from his time working with Jack Nicklaus at Augusta National.
David Livingstone urges European Tour pros to resist the temptation of vast riches in the US when golf returns to normality ...
There have been positives to lift the mood of golf during its unfortunate hiatus, says David Livingstone.
Patrick Reed continued to thrive on controversy and unpopularity in Mexico, but he's heading down a dangerous road, says David Livingstone.
David Livingstone looks ahead to a star-studded Genesis Invitational and gives his verdict on the possibility of a Premier Golf League.
Will victory in Abu Dhabi give Lee Westwood the confidence to contend again for a major title? David Livingstone hopes so ...
Europe are likely to be heavily outranked at the 2020 Ryder Cup, but David Livingstone is paying little attention to the rankings ...
Rory McIlroy should have a different mindset for the majors in 2020, while David Livingstone also expects Jordan Spieth to bounce back next year.
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