James Corrigan

James Corrigan writes about golf and other sports for The Independent.

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Woods on stage at ‘Tiger Jam’, with his PR minders sure to be near

James Corrigan: Seeing through Tiger Woods' corporate keystrokes

There will be sage advice, like, “Tiger, don’t answer that Tweet on the porn queen and the waitress”

Lift for Terry: Despite a Champions’ League red card, Chelsea’s captain can resume cup-raising duties if the final is won

The Last Word: One knee-jerk reaction leads to another

Terry may be a pantomime villain but that does not mean he isn't entitled to a bit of fair play

James Corrigan: All hail the local zeroes, the heart and spirit of sport

For every Manchester United, there are many thousands of little sports clubs such as Penarth

Grin and bear it: The Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone samples the atmosphere at the Bahrain Grand Prix

The Last Word: Weekend at Bernie's is beyond bad

There is no point getting too worked up about Formula One in Bahrain – questions of morality do not apply to multi-millionaires

Bubba Watson should be grateful that his incredible Masters-winning shot last Sunday didn’t drop

James Corrigan: Bubba is a one-off, a true ace in the pack

If you hit the ball to a few inches, it's a great shot. If you hole it, it's dismissed as lucky. How does that work

Final fence: The Grand National has been a treasured fixture for the BBC's live coverage for more than half a century

The Last Word: Auntie's fall from grace is shameful

Handing over Grand National reins without so much as a fight shows the BBC's priorities are all wrong

Azinger and Woods, pictured together at the 2002 Ryder Cup

Azinger brands Woods an 'embarrassment'

Even Tiger Woods's most ardent supporters have turned against him over his club-kicking antics at last week's Masters. The former Ryder Cup captain Paul Azinger called him an "embarrassment to the game".

Lee Westwood admits his putting must improve if he is to win a major

Putting remains major obstacle for Westwood

World No 3 believes he will end England's 16-year title wait despite his terrible time on the Augusta greens

American Bubba Watson gestures after a putt on the 13th hole during the final round of the 2012 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club

Watson wins sudden-death play-off against Oosthuizen

South African's extraordinary albatross is in vain after American holds nerve at the second extra hole

Augusta Diary: Change on the cards after Donald complains

Luke Donald is anything but a recalcitrant by nature, yet he has urged the Augusta officials to take steps to ensure no player has to go through what he did on Thursday.

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