Category: Q&A

Q&A: Martin Slumbers On The R&A Women in Golf Charter View More
Martin Slumbers (left) receives the Claret Jug from 2015 champion Zach Johnson ahead of the 2016 Open Championship. (REUTERS/Paul Childs Picture Supplied by Action Images)

Q&A: Martin Slumbers On The R&A Women in Golf Charter

Martin Slumbers, the chief executive of the R&A, spoke with The Post’s Lewine Mair on the day he announced the R&A’s first Women in Golf Charter, an initiative which aims to inspire “an industry-wide commitment to developing a more inclusive culture with golf around the world, and to enable more women and…

Trivia Tuesday: Tallest Player to Win PGA Tour Event View More
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Trivia Tuesday: Tallest Player to Win PGA Tour Event

In the world of golf, being tall hasn’t necessarily translated to success. Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson were all 5-foot-10 or shorter. The best in today’s golfing elite — Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Rickie Fowler, Rory McIlroy and others — are not particularly tall either. But who is…

Mike Kerr, Asian Tour CEO

Lewine Mair recently visited with Mike Kerr, the Asian Tour’s CEO, and the result was a wide-ranging interview focusing, among other things, on how quickly Asian golfers are closing the talent gap. They also discuss an expected closing of the prize money gap that will eventually force the world’s best to play more in and around Asia simply because of the size of the purses.

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Johann Rupert Q&A

South African Johann Rupert, 61, is the executive chairman and CEO of Richemont, the luxury goods group, and the man who started the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on the European Tour, which combines his enthusiasm for links golf, and his approval of amateur golfers. Said to be the second-richest man…