Mak Lok-lin, fresh from his latest golfing disaster, remembers the times when the Rules (or the interpretation of them) either helped or hindered the world’s finest players

Arthur Hacker recounts the story of Francis A. Sutton, one of Hong Kong’s more unusual champion golfers

When it comes to Major heartache, the late Craig Wood had more than his fair share. Dr Milton Wayne profiles one of the game’s most prolific second runners, who,...

Mak Lok-lin recalls the occasions when really great players did really bad things at golf’s biggest championships

Dr Milton Wayne, our resident golfing historian, tells the tale of a shamefully forgotten legend of the game

In a desperate effort to inject some much-needed inspiration into his own floundering game, Mak Lok-lin recalls the greatest events in Major championship history in this, the...

Mak Lok-lin finds inspiration at the bottom of a steep-sided pit, but does he discover enlightenment?

Dr. Milton Wayne delves into the archives to remember the heroic achievements of the legendary Texan

Hong Kong Open’s stock rises with announcement of Race to Dubai playing schedule

The recent success in the HSBC National Junior Golf Championship of pupils from one of China’s first golf boarding schools shows how the partnership between the banking giant and the China Golf...