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19th Hole Q&A: With a packed schedule ahead, a flourishing course business and a new range of wine to promote, Sir Nick Faldo is busier than he's ever been….   

Sheffield Steel

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Coach Mike Walker explains what you can learn from 21-year-old superstar in waiting, Matt Fitzpatrick

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Fading at 40

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The world's most talented and tormented golfer turns 40 on December 30 – and there's nothing to suggest the New Year will see a turnaround in his fading career, writes Robert Green 

Meet the Boss

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The new man at the helm of the European Tour has wasted no time in making an impression. John Huggan talks to Keith Pelley  

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