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Nick Bonfield analyses the chances of the USPGA Championship favourites ahead of the year's second Major at Bethpage Black
Nick Bonfield picks out five USPGA Championship outsiders worth backing ahead of the second Major of the year at Bethpage Black
Why the year's second Major is also the most exciting
Nick Bonfield picks out his best USPGA shots since the turn of the millennium
Who is the man who plays with the pros if the number is odd
Golf Monthly picks 2019's Masters favourites with a whole host of players in top form heading into Augusta
World No.1 Dustin Johnson has withdrawn from the 2017 Masters after failing to recover from a 'serious fall' in Augusta on Wednesday afternoon
Augusta National, annual host of the Masters, has some fairly strict rules and regulations. Nick Bonfield explains...
With the bookies offering short odds on the likes of McIlroy, Johnson and Rose, we take a look at some outsiders
Nick Bonfield jets off to South Florida to savour the grand Biltmore Hotel and its immaculate Donald Ross golf course
Are you an angry golfer? If you're looking to stop your irate outbursts, these eight tips could help you enjoy the game a bit more...
Nick Bonfield looks at the USA's recent history in the Ryder Cup and ahead to the 2018 event in Paris.
Many champions of recent times have broken 70 in the first round
Is form a pre-requisite to Open Championship success? The Open Championship is notoriously difficult to win, but is it beneficial to come into the event in good form, or do…
We take a look at five Open outsiders worth backing
Nick Bonfield assesses the chances of the Open Championship favourites, from Dustin Johnson to Rory McIlroy - here's who to back and who to avoid...
Why an Englishman will win the US Open The first US Open was contested at Newport Country Club back in 1895. Englishman Horace Rawlins came out on top, with compatriot…
Nick Bonfield looks at five US Open outsiders who have the potential to do something special at Shinnecock Hills
Nick Bonfield explains why he loves the difficulty of the US Open