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Turkey has announced its intention to bid to host the 2022 Ryder Cup and while I think it may be a little early in that country's golfing development, I like the idea of moving the event around.
Players don't get too many opportunities to represent their country in golf so I'm sure the guys teeing off in the World Cup will be determined to do their nation proud.
Henrik Stenson may be playing with a dodgy wrist but he is still my favourite to win the Race to Dubai.
Tiger Woods is supremely talented so I'm pretty sure he will win another Major but I'm not sure he will overhaul Jack Nicklaus' record of 18.
Ian Poulter turns up every week trying to shoot a low score but it just hasn't really happened for him this year.
Rory McIlroy says he has learnt a lot from this season and I am glad to hear it.
The European Tour is heading to Australia this week, the home of one of the most iconic golfers of all time.
It was obviously disappointing that many of the big names stayed away from the Seve Trophy, but those who did turn up did a great job.
The Ryder Cup is just under a year away and the Seve Trophy and Presidents Cup are nice little precursors.
We had a decent end to the Italian Open in Turin but surprisingly none of the guys you thought would make a run did.
Tiger Woods, Henrik Stenson, Adam Scott, Zach Johnson and Matt Kuchar know if they win the Tour Championship they will be quids in.
I have never seen a prettier golf course than Crans-sur-Sierre, which held last week's Omega European Masters.
I will be covering the Walker Cup for Sky Sports this weekend and it is an event I always like to keep an eye on, to see which young amateurs stand out.
What we saw at Glengeales last week is that anything can happen over the last five holes.
The FedEx Cup play-offs begin this week and I think people are finally beginning to understand them.
Europe have lost eight of the 12 Solheim Cups and never won the event in America - and I am not confident they will be able to arrest that statistic this week.
The US PGA Championship is the fourth Major of the year and probably sits behind the Masters, the US Open and the Open Championship in prestige, too.
Keegan Bradley has been a bit lacklustre this season.