Tag: Justin Rose

Masters 2017 – Roses in a game of thorns

After an epic battle played out under idyllic blue skies on one of sport’s grandest stages, Sergio Garcia and Justin Rose have re-written the cliché book and proved that nice guys can win. Watching them on Sunday without knowing the context of the three… Continue Reading “Masters 2017 – Roses in a game of thorns”

The Big 2014 Review – Part I

2014 has been yet another year packed full of sport. There was the Winter Olympics, men’s football and women’s rugby World Cups, the Ryder Cup and the Commonwealth Games alongside a whole host of other events. The public have witnessed surprises, fairytales, disappointments and… Continue Reading “The Big 2014 Review – Part I”

2013 – my review of a wonderful year of sport

Whilst 2012 was dominated by the Olympic Games, British sport didn’t enjoy much success outside of those few weeks of madness in late summer and early autumn. 2013, however, provided us with many more reasons to celebrate. The year included long-awaited victories, new records,… Continue Reading “2013 – my review of a wonderful year of sport”

Team GB – the greatest ever?

Two royal weddings, a Diamond Jubilee and now the birth of Will and Kate’s child – if that isn’t enough to stir up any feelings of patriotism then I don’t know what is. But is our sport making us feel quite the same way… Continue Reading “Team GB – the greatest ever?”

Masters-ful

The 2013 Masters tournament was controversial and thrilling, producing some magical moments and others that certain individuals may want to forget. It came down to a play off between 32 year-old Adam Scott against the Argentine Angel Cabrera. On paper they shouldn’t have even… Continue Reading “Masters-ful”