Ganton Golf Club 14th Hole

Ganton Golf Club

Ganton Golf Club Ganton Golf Club 14th Hole Ganton, ranked in the top 30 of Europe’s Championship courses, has hosted many national and international tournaments and is a perfect place to play golf. Nestling in the Vale of Pickering, east of York and a few miles from the coastal resort of Scarborough, a day at […]

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Notts Golf Club – Hollinwell

Notts Golf Club – Hollinwell Golfers who find their way to Notts Golf Club at Hollinwell know they have arrived at a very special place from the moment they turn the final bend on the long driveway to the Club and see a magnificent view of the course and imposing clubhouse ahead of them. Set in […]

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Salisbury & South Wilts Golf Club

Laid out in the rolling Wiltshire countryside close to the medieval City of Salisbury with views of the magnificent Cathedral spire , our two down land courses offer great golf and magnificent views for miles around. The challenging but fair 18 hole Cathedral Course has been in play since 1991, carefully combining holes from the […]

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Guido Migliozzi goes bogey- free to lead by one from Hjøggard in Oman Open

GUIDO Migliozzi fired a flawless round of 66 to rediscover his form and take the first round lead at the 2020 Oman Open. The Italian has two European Tour wins from his stunning rookie year on the Race to Dubai last season. But Migliozzi missed his first three cuts of the 2020 campaign and arrived […]

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Gemma Dryburgh and Michele Thomson lead New South Wales Open on LET

ABEREEN’S Gemma Dryburgh and Michele Thomson share a one-shot lead after a pair of five-under-par 67s in the first round of the Women’s New South Wales Open. Thomson set the mark with six birdies – including five on the front nine – before finishing with a bogey on the short 18th hole at Dubbo Golf […]

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Two-time Major winner Martin Kaymer makes his debut at the 2020 Oman Open at Al Mouj Golf

Kaymer: Why caddy Craig Connelly is key to unlocking first win in six seasons

MARTIN Kaymer is hoping to continue his strong start to the 2020 Race to Dubai as he makes his debut at the Oman Open this week. The German has finished in the top 20 in his three events so far as he looks to change his consistency of the last two seasons into the sort […]

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David Hague wins first pro title in fourth start at Royal Golf Club Bahrain Open

ALL the days of self-doubting are over for Yorkshire’s David Hague as he put together a brilliant back nine to secure his maiden professional win at the Royal Golf Club Bahrain Open – in only his fourth start in the paid ranks. The 24-year-old, from Malton and Norton Golf Club, who rose to No. 76 […]

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Meghan MacLaren aiming for LET hat-trick in New South Wales Open at Dubbo

MEGHAN MacLaren is looking to join some exclusive company in the Women’s NSW Open at Dubbo Golf Club. In her lifetime, only three players have won the same Ladies European Tour event three times in a row.   Karrie Webb did it at the ANZ Ladies Masters. Annika Sorenstam did it in the Swedish Open […]

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Al Sharif flies flag for Saudi golf in challenge for Royal Golf Club Bahrain Open title

IT was a proud moment for Saudi Arabian golf and host venue Royal Golf Club when amateur Saud Al Sharif mastered tough playing conditions to shoot the lowest round of the day on the MENA Tour’s fourth event of the 2020 season. Al Sharif surged into a tie for second place, just one behind leader […]

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Joost Luiten, winner of the Oman Open in 2018, is looking forward to returning to Greg Norman’s Almouj Golf course

Joost Luiten looks for more good form in Oman Open as Muscat stirs memory of win

JOOST Luiten is hoping to draw on the good memories of his victory at Al Mouj Golf two years ago, when he returns to one of his favourite courses on the calendar for the 2020 Oman Open. The Dutchman got the better of Chris Wood in a final day battle to win the inaugural edition […]

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Open will return to Royal Troon in 2023 – 100 years after Havers denied Hagen

THE 152nd Open will be played at Royal Troon in 2023 – seven years since Henrik Stenson produced a remarkable final round 63 to claim his first Major, and win the Claret Jug. The occasion will mark the 100th anniversary of when The Open was first played at Royal Troon in 1923. Then Arthur Havers, […]

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Rosebud Country Club will host first Q-School stage outside Europe in Australia

THE European Tour Qualifying School will make its first appearance outside of Europe when Rosebud Country Club hosts a first stage event in Australia, for 2020. European Tour hopefuls will tee it up on the outskirts of Melbourne from September 1-4. The move marks the first time in the European Tour Qualifying School’s 45-year history […]

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Girrbach and Kramer hit the comeback trail at Royal Golf Club Bahrain Open

SWITZERLAND’S Joel Girrbach, playing his first competitive round in three months on the MENA Tour after losing his European Tour card, shot a six-under par 66 to lead the Royal Golf Club Bahrain Open. The 26-year-old Swiss pro was even-par for his round after successive bogeys on the seventh and eighth holes. But Girrbach covered […]

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Harry Colt – The Great Courses

Harry Colt – The Great Courses Henry Shapland “Harry” Colt (4 August 1869 – 21 November 1951) was a golf course architect born in Highgate, England. He worked predominantly with Charles Alison, John Morrison, and Alister MacKenzie, in 1928 forming Colt, Alison & Morrison Ltd. He participated in the design of over 300 golf courses (115 on his own) in North America, South America, Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa. Colt’s […]

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2020 WGC-Mexico Championship winner Patrick Read

Nothing ruffles Patrick Reed who claims second WGC title down Mexico way

PATRICK Reed drowned out the ongoing criticisms over his bunkergate in the Bahamas to land his second World Golf Championships title in a thrilling finish in Mexico City. Just when it looked as though Bryson DeChambeau, who has certainly public criticisms over his pace of play, was about to race to a first WGC title […]

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Knebworth’s Jamie Rutherford spent two weeks working with his coach back home after finishing runner-up to David Langley in the Journey to Jordan No. 1

Ellis eyes first professional win at Bahrain’s Royal Golf Club in MENA Tour return

A CONFIDENT Harry Ellis returns to the MENA Tour seeking his first career win as a professional at the Royal Golf Club Bahrain Open, which starts Monday. The 24-year-old, from Southampton, played five events in the 2019 season and was inside the top-12 in all of them. Those consistent displays over the past few months […]

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The 17th green at Canterbury GC (Credit Andy Hiseman)

Canterbury Golf Club Launches Second Club Membership

Canterbury Golf Club Launches Second Club Membership Following its success with the ground-breaking Associate Membership, the progressive Canterbury Golf Club in Kent (www.canterburygolfclub.co.uk) has launched another innovative form of golf club membership. For just £360 a year, the new Second Club Membership will provide similar playing rights to the club’s full membership. To be eligible […]

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Rory McIlroy’s pursuit of WGC Grand Slam gets off to perfect start in Mexico City

RORY McIlroy soared into a two-stroke first round lead at the WGC-Mexico Championship in his bid to complete the WGC Grand Slam. The World No. 1 continued a stunning run of recent form with a six-under par 65, at Chapultepec Golf Club, in Mexico City. The Northern Irishman has won every other World Golf Championships […]

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Gemma Dryburgh within one of leader Lauren Stephenson in Australian Ladies Classic

AMERICAN Lauren Stephenson carded a six-under 66 to lead after the first round of the Geoff King Motors Australian Ladies Classic, at Bonville Golf Resort – a shot better than Scotland’s Gemma Dryburgh. The latter was joined by Finland’s Noora Komulainen, Australian Breanna Gill and Korean trio Min A Woon, Ayean Cho and Hye Ji […]

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James Braid – The Great Courses

James Braid – The Great Courses Golf North and Golf South websites are delighted to be promoting the finest selection of James Braid designed golf courses from around the world. James Braid (6 February 1870 – 27 November 1950) was a Scottish professional golfer and a member of the Great Triumvirate of the sport alongside Harry Vardonand John Henry Taylor. He won The Open Championship five times. He also was a renowned golf […]

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