John Huggan

Recent Works

  • Luke Donald addresses the media after winning the 2012 BMW PGA Championship.
  • Scramblin' Man: Woods' recent inability to execute means he often finds himself out of position.
    The Players

    Just One Of The Guys

    Tiger Woods' T-40 at the Players adds to a growing school of thought: He might win again, but the former No. 1 likely won't dominate
    May 17, 2012
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    Player Profiles

    Björn, Again

    At 40 Denmark's Thomas Björn has found a (relative) peace that has helped him shed some old demons and win four times in 19 months
    February 6, 2012
  • One of Ballesteros' biggest triumphs came at the 1984 British Open at St. Andrews.
    Seve Ballesteros, 1957-2011

    Singular Genius

    With the passing of Seve Ballesteros, golf will never see such artistry on the course again
    May 5, 2011
  • Photographed with daughter Phoebe at their Scottsdale home.
    The Golf Digest Interview: Geoff Ogilvy

    Best Mate

    The Aussie won the U.S. Open and some admirers
    December 5, 2010
  • Westwood ended Woods' streak of being ranked No. 1 for 281 straight weeks.
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    Power Shift

    At the season-ending Dubai World Championship, the European Tour is basking in its recent good fortune
    November 23, 2010
  • A round on the Himalayas putting course costs just £2. Tee times are not required.
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    The Fun Issue

    The Lovely Lumps

    The Himalayas putting course, a St. Andrews fixture, serves as a reminder of the game's simplest pleasures
    November 23, 2010
  • Woods, seen here hitting a shot lefthanded, insists he has made progress in his swing changes under the tutelage of Sean Foley.
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    Alternate Reality

    Everyone can see how much Tiger Woods' life has changed since his last trip to Australia -- except Tiger himself
    November 9, 2010
  • Montgomerie's squad needs five points to win the cup.
    RYDER CUP

    Within Reach

    Building on their momentum from the night before, the Europeans produced one of the most dominant days in Ryder Cup history to seize control
    October 2, 2010
  • Luke Donald helped lead Europe's Saturday afternoon charge.
    RYDER CUP

    Back From The Brink

    After a disappointing start, the Europeans from Padraig Harrington down have recovered momentum
    October 1, 2010
  • Martin Kaymer was disappointed play had to be suspended.
    RYDER CUP

    Stolen Moment

    The Europeans' early momentum gave way to an early hole
    September 30, 2010
  • Led by captain Colin Montgomerie (left), the European squad has made more noice than its American counterpart leading up to the Ryder Cup.
    RYDER CUP

    Style Points

    The verbal sparring before the Ryder Cup doesn't count for much, but the Europeans still had the upper hand
    September 29, 2010
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    38th RYDER CUP

    Playing All 5 Matches In One Year

    August 18, 2010
  • The serene scene in Wales will come alive starting Oct. 1 when Europe gets the home field at Celtic Manor for the Ryder Cup matches. Take a tour of Celtic Manor with hole-by-hole photos and video flyovers.
    38th RYDER CUP

    Risk, Reward, & Retching

    August 16, 2010
  • The Old Course yielded low scores during the morning, including Rory McIlroy's record-tying 63.
    British Open

    Comes With The Territory

    The low scores during the first round were a reflection of benign conditions, not of a golf course time has passed by
    July 14, 2010
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  • Man on a mission: Having reduced his body fat by almost half since 2006 with vigorous work at his home gym, Westwood believes he is closer than ever to winning a major.
    2010 U.S. Open

    Muscle Power

    More encouraged than bruised by his near-misses in majors, Lee Westwood has a healthy outlook on his game. A lot of gym time will do that
    June 7, 2010
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    The Players Championship

    The Ways To Wales

    The Players was a time to assess how the top European golfers will try to lock up spots on Colin Montgomerie's Ryder Cup team at Celtic Manor. Bottom line? It's going to be a wild summer
    May 10, 2010
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