Clive considers the complicated world of swings thoughts this week and is concerned that he may never discover 'the secret'.
The weather, the location, the coverage; this week Clive is perplexed by everything US PGA.
Having had a chance to reflect on the 2007 Open, Clive Agran still isn't sure who he was supposed to be rooting for.
After a week of excitement how can anything else live up to the drama of Carnoustie?
After a trip to Hungary Clive uses his blog to vent his frustrations after coming achingly close to victory.
Clive realises that willpower alone can only take you so far and his fear of chipping forces him to take a new approach.
Clive contemplates the world of the left-handed golfer and why there could be more out there than we think.
Clive wins big on this years US Open
Clive ponders the imminent birth of a Tiger cub and the effect this might have on those trying to unseat the world's number one player.
Clive travels to Wentworth for the BMW Championship this week and finds live golf a thrilling experience, even from the vantage point of the hospitality tent.
Clive's trip to Portugal reminds us all that there is far more to life than the game of golf.
Clive is the envy of us all this week as he indulges in a number of unforgetable golfing experiences.
Clive does the unthinkable this week and takes a break in Scotland without a set of golf clubs in sight
This week Clive found the Masters produced both the type of scoring and weather we can all fully appreciate.
Clive steps out of his comfort zone this week and finds the depths of the ocean far more terrifying than any thing he has encountered on the golf course.
After a number of dreadful performances Clive looks to the wonderful world of new equipment for some assistance.
As Clive's dream of winning all four majors in one year slowly fades away he comes up with a new way to write his way into the golf history books
Our roving blogger has returned from a trip to Portugal and reveals why Darren Clarke might be needing a bigger golf bag.
Clive is staying on the straight and narrow thanks to the joys of modern technology
Would you think your neighbour was mad if you looked out of your window in mid-February to see him mowing the lawn in cricket pads?