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Jazz Up Your Golf Holiday In St. Moritz This Summer

Jazz Up Your Golf Holiday In St. Moritz This Summer The Kulm Hotel St. Moritz (www.kulm.com) is offering golfers who love music a perfect holiday combination this summer with a range of stay and play packages that coincide with the annual Festival da Jazz (www.festivaldajazz.ch), which takes place in St. Moritz from July 4 to […]

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Johansen is the daddy when it comes to Costa del Sol Matchplay 9 at Valle Romano

EIRIK Tage Johansen claimed his maiden European Challenge Tour victory 18 years after making his debut by defeating Frenchman Ugo Coussaud 2&1 in the final of the Andalucía – Costa del Sol Matchplay 9. The Norwegian hit a stunning approach shot from 227 yards to eight feet on the par five eighth hole at Valle […]

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Wentworth’s Dimmock sets sights on Solheim Cup place after breakthrough LET win

SURREY’S Annabel Dimmock has set her sights on making Europe’s Solheim Cup team after breaking into the winner’s circle at the Jabra Ladies Open last month. Dimmock, a member at Wentworth, came through a final-round tussle with Pauline Roussin Bouchard to complete her maiden victory at the Evian Resort Golf Club and moved up to […]

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Sandelin takes route 66 at sun-kissed Trevose in first Farmfoods Legends Links

SWEDEN’S Jarmo Sandelin fired an opening round of 66 to take a one stroke lead after the first round of the inaugural Farmfoods European Legends Links Championship hosted by Ian Woosnam. The former Ryder Cup player, who is still searching for his maiden title on the Staysure Tour, carded an eagle and three birdies in […]

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Back-to-back bid by Baker at Trevose would be first on Staysure Tour since 2015

PETER Baker is looking to become the first player since 2015 to claim back-to-back Staysure Tour titles during the same season at North Cornwall’s testing Trevose track this weekend. Baker is one of the favourites for the inaugural Farmfoods European Legends Links Championship, hosted by Ian Woosnam, which gets under way at Trevose Golf & […]

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James Sugrue faces Koen Kouwenaar from the Netherlands for a place in the semi-finals. Picture by GETTY IMAGES

Irish hopes rest on Sugrue and Mullarney who reach quarter-finals in Amateur

RONAN Mullarney and James Sugrue maintained hopes of home success in the 124th Amateur Championship after sealing places in Friday’s quarter-finals at Portmarnock, in Ireland. Spurred on by large numbers of spectators on the renowned links near Dublin, Mullarney and Sugrue claimed two victories apiece on the fourth day of the championship as they seek […]

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Top-ranked Micheluzzi on course at Portmarnock in Amateur Championship bid

DAVID Micheluzzi stayed on course for success at The 124th Amateur Championship by winning his all-Australian contest to advance to the last 32 at Portmarnock in Ireland. The top-ranked player in the field, sitting at seventh on the World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR), came through a tight tie with compatriot and good friend Kyle Michel. […]

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Syme seeking strokeplay success at Valle Romano to make matchplay knockout

CONNOR Syme is hoping to draw on previous matchplay experience as he aims for his second victory of the season at the Andalucía Costa del Sol Match Play 9, which starts today (Thursday) at Valle Romano Golf. The Scot triumphed at the season-opening Turkish Airlines Challenge and six events into his European Challenge Tour campaign, […]

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Garcia hoping a return to European soil will spark an upturn in form for BMW

SERGIO Garcia hopes that a return to Europe will help rekindle his early-season form as he prepares to tee it up at the BMW International Open, at Golfclub München Eichenried. The Spaniard made an encouraging start to the 2019 European Tour season, with four top six finishes, including a tied third result at the Omega […]

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Nine qualified for first Scottish Open for disabled with one invite to come

NINE players from eight countries have qualified for the EDGA Scottish Open, the new 36-hole tournament for Golfers with Disability. The ground-breaking event will run alongside the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club in North Berwick, next month. Nine players from the World Rankings for Golfers with Disability (WR4GD) have qualified from […]

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Tom’s in Plumb position topping leaderboard at 124th Amateur Championship

SOMERSET’S Thomas Plumb and Denmark’s John Axelsen shared top spot in stroke play qualifying at the 124th Amateur Championship, in Ireland. Over the renowned links of Portmarnock and The Island near Dublin, Plumb and Axelsen finished joint-top of the 64 players and ties who progressed to Wednesday’s matchplay stage, with Plumb the leading qualifier on […]

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Why Wallace is putting foot down to drive himself on in his defence of BMW title

FOUR-time European Tour winner Matt Wallace is determined to put on a good show at Golfclub München Eichenried as he prepares to defend the BMW International Open title he won 12 months ago. The Englishman, who moved to the top of the Race to Dubai rankings after the US Open at Pebble Beach, arrived in […]

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Toy’s Women’s Amateur victory at Royal County Down denies Kiwi Garvey

CORNWALL’S Emily Toy produced the best performance of her career to win the 116th Women’s Amateur Championship at Royal County Down, on Saturday. The 21-year-old from Carlyon Bay defeated Amelia Garvey by one hole in the 18-hole Final over the renowned links on the east coast of Northern Ireland. Toy, who was ranked 450th in […]

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Ireland’s Purcell hopes for Amateur Championship success at Portmarnock

IRELAND’S Conor Purcell hopes home advantage can help him overcome a stellar international field at The 124th Amateur Championship in Ireland which starts tomorrow (Monday). The 20-year-old, who reached the semi-finals of the championship at Royal Aberdeen last year, is a member at Portmarnock, situated north of Dublin, which will co-host one of the biggest […]

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Euphemie takes the hard Rhodes in Women’s Amateur KO’ing close friend Screen

EUPHEMIE Rhodes. from Somerset, edged out top qualifier and England team-mate Hannah Screen to seal a place in the last-16 of the Women’s Amateur Championship, at Royal County Down, on Thursday. The 17-year-old, from Burnham & Berrow, showed experience beyond her years to defeat Elena Moosman by two holes in the last-64 match play stage […]

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Frilford Heath and Stoke by Nayland to host European Tour Qualifying School again

The 2019 European Tour Qualifying School schedule will comprise of 13 venues – including a debut for Spain’s Club de Golf Bonmont – as players go in search of a life-changing European Tour card. The European Tour Qualifying School runs from September to November and gives players – professional and amateur – the opportunity to […]

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Screen storms to the top seed spot in British Women’s Amateur Championship

HERTFORDSHIRE’S Hannah Screen finished as the leading qualifier for the matchplay stage of the 116th Women’s Amateur Championship at Royal County Down. Following the second round of strokeplay qualifying, the joint overnight leader added a three-under-par round of 70 for a seven-under-par total of 139, on an overcast and breezy day in Northern Ireland. From […]

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Nothing Bland about older golfers says Hoey heading into Pas de Calais Open

WITH three of the top five players on the European Challenge Tour rankings aged 35 or older, Michael Hoey says he has been inspired as he prepares to tee it up in the Hauts de France – Pas de Calais Golf Open. The 40-year-old, a decorated professional who has won five times on the European […]

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SkyCaddie SX500 Helps Baker To Maiden Victory On Staysure Tour

SkyCaddie SX500 Helps Baker To Maiden Victory On Staysure Tour Englishman Peter Baker used his SkyCaddie SX500 to help secure a five-stroke victory in this weekend’s Senior Open Hauts de France by Jean Van de Velde at the Arras Golf Resort in northern France, on the Staysure Tour. Spanish golfer and fellow SkyCaddie SX500 owner […]

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Economic impact of Paris Ryder Cup put at €235m – Sheffield University research

THE 2018 Ryder Cup boosted economic activity in France by more than €235 million, according to a new report compiled by Sheffield Hallam University’s Sport Industry Research Centre . More than 270,000 people attended last September’s contest at Le Golf National to see Europe defeat the United States 17½-10½ as France hosted The Ryder Cup […]

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