Bill Elliott catches up with the exuberant Spaniard to talk through his ups and downs and that Ryder Cup feeling...
A tribute to the late great Dai Davies
It's as though the Open has been organised by the Spanish inquisition and Mr Elliott is loving it. It's also a lot better than "scouse"...
Greg Norman and Camillo Villegas leading the Open Championship... are we all dreaming? Bill reflects on a day where his old mate rolled back the years once again
Bill Elliott celebrates Padraig Harrington's sensational second successive Open Championship win after four days of the most intense drama at Royal Birkdale
Bill arrives at Birkdale and immediately bumps into a number of familiar faces
Bill looks back at a busy early part of Open week and looks forward to the main event kicking off for real
Bill offers a unique take on day one from the warm and fuzzy insides of the press centre
Bill casts his eye over day two and discovers the man we already knew was good is actually even better than we thought.
Bill takes the TV showing times on the chin and through slightly bleary eyes he looks ahead to what will surely be an exciting night.
The heat of an epic battle may not have ended in a result but at least it kept our man awake. Bill reflects on a truly immense final day, lamenting…
Bill is smiling even more than usual, at the prospect of the business end of the tournament and even better, at the wind that is now gusting around Augusta National.…
Rory McIlroy has the chance to earn fame and fortune on the pro tour but he also has to cope with innumerable hotel rooms and competitors twice his age
As Golf Monthly readers look forward to another busy year, I outline my hopes and fears for 2008 for me, for you, and for the wonderful game of golf
A charitable offer of help to a neighbour who was new to the game has resulted in an obsessively dedicated golfing machine. Worse still, hes better than me.
Editor Roddy Bloomfield has been responsible for more than 1,000 of the finest sports books ever published and he has enough great stories to write his very own bestseller.
A recent radio debate threw up the old "you dont have to be fit to play golf" argument. Well you do if you want to compete with the best in…
Seve, Bernhard, Woosie and Nick have had their chances. It would be nothing short of rudeness not to nominate Sandy Lyle as Ryder Cup captain in 2010.
While seasoned professionals turn to bananas for their on-course energy fix, our man in the amateur ranks has discovered the game-improving benefits of a certain biscuit.
A veteran of 28 Masters, Golf Monthly's editor at large, Bill Elliott, has spent a combined total of six months of his life in Augusta so there's not a lot…