John Huggan

Recent Works

  • With his win at Wentworth, Paul Casey became the first Englishman in 13 years to move into the top three in the world ranking.

    Armed And Dangerous

    A win in the BMW PGA Championship provided Paul Casey another shot of confidence, and proved he's ready to contend for a major
    May 23, 2009
  • In a sport where players are supposed to govern themselves, rules officials still play a prominent role.

    Hard Lines And Hypocrites

    Golf prides itself on the integrity of its contestants. So why, John Huggan asks, are the game's rules-makers always getting in the way?
    May 17, 2009
  • In a sport where players are supposed to govern themselves, rules officials still play a prominent role.

    Hard Lines And Hypocrites

    Golf prides itself on the integrity of its contestants. So why, John Huggan asks, are the game's rules-makers always getting in the way?
    May 17, 2009
  • In a sport where players are supposed to govern themselves, rules officials still play a prominent role.

    Hard Lines And Hypocrites

    Golf prides itself on the integrity of its contestants. So why, John Huggan asks, are the game's rules-makers always getting in the way?
    May 17, 2009
  • search mission: Woods shot a final-round 73 while struggling to get his position at the top of the backswing like he wants it.

    Muddling On

    Tiger Woods, battling a hook off the tee, moved into--and out of--contention at the Players
    May 11, 2009
  • Sergio Garcia's win last year in the Players was an impressive step, but it still didn't qualify as a major championship.

    Sideshow

    The Players Championship's diminished status in Europe assures it can never be considered a major
    May 4, 2009
  • Ian Poulter and Justin Rose are two highly-touted English players who have done little in major championships.

    Coming Up Small

    With the notable exception of Padraig Harrington, the current crop of Great Britain and Ireland golfers hasn't taken advantage of its major opportunities
    April 15, 2009
  • ON THE TEE: WHO: Rory McIlroy | AGE: 19 | LIVES: Belfast
    ON THE TEE

    Rory roars into U.S.

    April 12, 2009
  • ComFORT ZONE: Whether in Dubai (above) or Arizona, where he was T-5, McIlroy is a cool customer off and on the course.

    Genuine Article

    Nineteen-year-old Rory McIlroy's play in Tucson may have surprised some, but Euro tour observers know better: He's the real deal
    February 2, 2009
  • Karlsson's mediocre week didn't dampen a superb season.

    A Victory For Consistency

    Swedish Ryder Cupper Robert Karlsson's T-32 at Valderrama secures Order of Merit top spot
    November 3, 2008
  • What Was He Thinking

    After his team's upset, European captain Nick Faldo faces questions, controversy
    September 22, 2008
  • Alone with his thoughts: Karlsson by the shore inside the Arctic Circle at Vaisaluokta, Sweden.

    Wonder Land

    Golf World travels to the Arctic Circle to visit Europe's Robert Karlsson, a man who has spent a career trying to understand himself
    September 8, 2008
  • Oliver Wilson was 46th in the world in early July.
    ON THE TEE

    Oliver's Twist

    August 13, 2008
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    Rory's Story

    The word on Irish phenom McIlroy at 19: 'He's That Good'
    July 15, 2008
  • The WD Epidemic

    Open qualifying withdrawls should bring a stiff penalty
    July 7, 2008
  • Focus and intensity were part of Ramsay's winning ways at the '06 U.S. Amateur at Hazeltine National.

    Crazy Good

    U.S. Amateur champ Richie Ramsay has a loud, quirky manner--and a game that bears watching
    July 2, 2008
  • The U.S. Open champion back home in New Zealand at Kauri Cliffs Golf Club overlooking Matauri Bay.

    View from the mountain top

    Michael Campbell knows the other side, and this is better
    June 15, 2008
  • Sam, I Am

    Still bristling over Brookline, Torrance awaits a Ryder Cup rematch at the Belfry
    June 11, 2008
  • Ready to Rack'em Up at the Ryder Cup

    Interview: Ken Green

    European captain Ian Woosnam isn't one to back down from a fight
    June 4, 2008
  • Lewis went 5-0 as the U.S. rolled for captain Thompson.

    Old Course, Old Story

    With Stacy Lewis and Alison Walshe leading the way, the United States claims another Curtis Cup, a 13-7 trouncing of GB&I at St. Andrews
    June 2, 2008
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