An athlete, diplomat and a trailblazer
The ever-smiling Susie Simcock was a tireless advocate for women’s sport, a pioneer leader, mentor, baker and friend.
NZ Golf’s gender bending air shot
Inviting a woman to play in the perennially all-men’s NZ Golf Open field is for novelty value, not to embrace change, writes Steve Deane.
Commander in Cheat
Why it matters that President Donald Trump cheats at golf and lies about his achievements.
Love driving White Ferns import
Bernadine Bezuidenhout chose cricket over a shot at the LPGA Tour: “Life is too short to do something just for the sake of money,”
NZ’s multi-million dollar drawcard
Mark Jennings looks at how potentially lucrative the NZ Women’s Golf Open could be for the country - especially with the help of Lydia Ko.
TMQB: sport is a complete bastard
Lydia Ko’s double bogey, triple bogey finish at the NZ Women’s Golf Open shows golf is clearly a right bastard of game.