The Sports Journalist regularly reports from over 50 football matches throughout each season for Sky Sports, ITV and Setanta Ireland TV.
He has interviewed some of the biggest names in domestic and European football, plus other sports, and continues to do this.
Whilst working for various golf newspapers, magazines and publications, TSJ plays, photographs and reviews a selection of the best golf courses - both in the UK and overseas.
With an increasing emphasis on the next generation of golf champions, he also takes quality action photos, and makes these available to download.
In his home county of Northamptonshire, he provide a comprehensive golf news service each week.
The Sports Journalist covered a variety of league and cup matches for Sky Sports in the 2016/17 season.
TSJ watched matches in all the top four divisions in England, in addition to reporting on games in the FA Cup and League Cup, for the likes of Sky Sports and ITV.
Royal Cinque Ports, Kent
It’s a classic old links course, within a stone’s throw (literally) of the Kent seaside. Pot bunkers, undulating fairways, thick rough and sloping greens – it has everything you would expect.
Fortunately on the day we played, it didn’t have the strong winds! If you were taken there blindfolded, your first guess would almost certainly be Scotland.
In many respects, it’s like the old course at St. Andrews since it’s generally very flat and quite often you are stood on the tee thinking ‘where do I need to hit it?
But that’s links golf after all, isn’t it?! Perhaps the only negative is that there aren’t too many individual holes that will stick in the memory, or at least not from the tee box.
You can understand why it hasn’t hosted the Open Championship for 90 years, since the infrastructure isn’t quite there for any major tournament. In summary, it's a throw back to the good old days.
This is a perfect example of links golf… and it’s not in Scotland!