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Huggan: Tuned Out

Television coverage of the PGA Tour in the U.S. leaves much to be desired
February 15, 2010
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Huggan: Growing Pains

Adam Scott grabbed the headlines at last week's Australian Open. But as John Huggan explains, just as significant was what the event meant for the young One-Asia Tour
December 10, 2009
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Huggan: A Secret No More

Worrying less about his opposition and leader boards, Lee Westwood takes over as Europe's top player with a big-dollar sweep in Dubai
November 30, 2009
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Huggan: Critical Juncture

A possible Rory McIlroy jump to the PGA Tour is just one of the challenges facing the European Tour
October 28, 2009
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Presidents Cup: Perpetual Guests

How to explain the U.S.'s dominant record in the Presidents Cup? As John Huggan says, it might have something to do with where the matches are staged.
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Walker Cup: Time Capsule

The Walker Cup is a competition reminiscent of another era -- for better or worse
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Solheim Cup: Cup Half Empty

What was not to like about this Solheim Cup? Well, John Huggan says, now that you ask...
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Huggan: Misguided Mission Of Golf Course Set Ups

The PGA Championship at Hazeltine National was yet another example of a course setup leading to unimaginative golf
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Huggan: Blame The Tools, Not The Craftsmen

Tom Watson's run at Turnberry reintroduced the argument that golf doesn't have enough shotmakers left. John Huggan says it's not that simple
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