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Milford’s Golf Course Makeover Is Set For September

Milford’s Golf Course Makeover Is Set For September The transformation of Milford Golf Club near Guildford is almost complete, with a September 1st launch date for its re-designed golf course including five new holes. The changes mean that golfers will no longer face a dangerous crossing of the busy commuter road leading to Milford train […]

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It’s Coming Home To Moor Park – The Carris Trophy

It’s Coming Home To Moor Park – The Carris Trophy Hot in the footprints of The Open the U18 boys will be showing their talents at their very own “Open” – the Carris Trophy. It is the highlight of the English Boys U18 Amateur Championships and this week it returns to its “Home” of Moor […]

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Clark Dennis? More like Clark Kent as ‘Superman’s’ 63 overpowers Olazabal

CLARK Dennis came from six shots behind to win his fifth Staysure Tour title at the WINSTONgolf Senior Open after a stunning nine-under par 63 in the final round. The American made five consecutive birdies in his last six holes to set the target at 15 under par, and with overnight leader José María Olazábal […]

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Hill climbs every mountain to lead at halfway mark in Austria’s Euram Bank Open

CALUM Hill leads the Euram Bank Open on 11-under par at the halfway stage after posting a bogey-free 64 on day two at Austria’s Golf Club Adamstal. The Scot added a six-under par round to his opening five-under 65 to overhaul first round leader Marcel Schneider, who heads into the weekend as Hill’s nearest challenger […]

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Young claims EuroPro crown at Aviemore’s Spey Valley after wire-to-wire victory

SCOTLAND’S Daniel Young has won the Eagle Orchid Scottish Masters at Macdonald Spey Valley Resort after leading all week in Aviemore. Young, who is attached to Kingsbarns Pro Academy, made light work of it at times with rounds of 65, 67 and 69 to finish on 12-under par. The total was good enough to clinch […]

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Golf Foundation spreading Get into Golf message during Open’s return to Portrush

THE Golf Foundation is spending this week at Royal Portrush helping to spread the Get into Golf message during the 148th Open Championship. The Claret Jug’s return to Northern Ireland for the first time in 68 years has seen the Golf Foundation working alongside hosts The R&A to get more youngsters playing golf. The Spectator […]

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Record attendance set at Royal Portrush and 2020 Open tickets selling fast

A RECORD-breaking crowd of 237,750 is attending The 148th Open at Royal Portrush, setting an attendance record for a championship staged outside St Andrews. This year’s attendance surpasses the crowd of 235,000 that attended Royal Birkdale in 2017 and the 237,000 mark set at St Andrews in 2015 making it the second largest championship ever. […]

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Top 30 confirmed for AIG Women’s British Open for Solheim Cup race climax

THE 2019 AIG Women’s British Open is set to welcome a star-studded field to Woburn next month, with every player from the current top 30 in the Rolex Women’s World Rankings confirmed. The AIG Women’s British Open was founded by the LGU in 1976 and this year will held on Woburn’s magnificent Marquess’ course from […]

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Why coaching lessons are going down a Storm at Hartlepool’s Dyke House

THREE Durham teenagers who have been coached by European Tour winner Graeme Storm helped Hartlepool’s Dyke House Academy win the English Schools’ Team Championship. Fourteen-year-old Jack Burton scored 40 Stableford points while 17-year-old Louis Westmoreland registered just one less to give the County Durham school a three-shot victory with 79 points over the Bracken course […]

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Home advantage counts for Royal Portrush members in R&A 9 Hole Challenge Final

FORTY-TWO club golfers enjoyed a memorable experience of playing Royal Portrush on the eve of The 148th Open when they competed in the final of The R&A 9 Hole Challenge over the weekend. The final was contested over the first two and last seven holes of the famous Dunluce links before this week’s Open begins. […]

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England miss out on Euro’s glory as Sweden condemn them to third silver in a row

ENGLAND narrowly missed out on the chance to win the European Men’s Team Championship for a record 12th time when they lost to hosts Sweden in the final of this year’s championship at Llunghusen GC. Tom Sloman, Alex Fitzpatrick and Ben Jones all claimed top-10 finishes as England finished second behind Ireland in the 36-hole […]

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Tiley takes top spot right to the wire to claim maiden win at Le Vaudreuil Challenge

KENT’S Steve Tiley claimed his first win on the European Challenge Tour with a wire-to-wire victory at Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge. The Englishman, playing his 11th season on the Challenge Tour, finished runner-up to last year’s wire-to-wire champion Richard McEvoy. But 12 months later the former Georgia State University golfer went one better – recording […]

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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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Wiesberger Beefs up his career earnings with first Rolex win at Scottish Open

BERND Wiesberger secured his first Rolex Series title after defeating France’s Benjamin Hebert in a thrilling play-off at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open. The Austrian, who was runner-up at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open just seven days ago, was not to be denied for a second consecutive week as he triumphed over Hebert […]

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Goodall breaks LET Access record with a 61 on route to second win in Spanish event

CHESHIRE’S Rachael Goodall followed up her record breaking score in LET Access Series history by winning the Ribiera Sacra Partimonio de la Humanidad International Ladies Open – her second career win. She claimed a two-shot victory over Italy’s Lucrezia Colombotto Rozzo, playing with her in the last group as the final pair both posted two-under […]

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Tiley’s three-shot lead at Le Vaudreuil as he goes in search of maiden victory

KENT’S Steven Tiley will take a three-shot lead into the final round of Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge as he goes in search of his first European Challenge Tour title. The Englishman, who is playing in his 11th season on the Challenge Tour, leads after 54-holes for the first time. The Royal Cinque Ports player is […]

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Wiesberger gets 10-out-of-10 for sharing Scottish Open lead with Slattery after a 61

BERND Wiesberger carded the lowest round of his European Tour career to share the halfway lead of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club. The Austrian, whose previous low round was 63, made 11 birdies – including five in a row to end his round – to sign for a 10-under par […]

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Mansell dedicates maiden EuroPro Tour victory to seriously ill friend Charlie

RICHARD Mansell has won the Cobra Puma NXT LVL Championship by three shots with a final round 69 at MacDonald Portal Hotel, Golf and Spa. The Beau Desert golfer started the day one shot behind overnight leader Marco Penge, but the Staffordshire ace assumed the lead with a birdie at the opening hole as Penge, […]

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Tiley taking it one step at a time at top of leaderboard in Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge

KENT’S Steven Tiley leads by three shots at the halfway stage of Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge at Golf PGA France du Vaudreuil. The Englishman, who finished runner-up to last year’s wire-to-wire champion Richard McEvoy, followed up his opening round of 64 with a three-under par round of 68 to break away from the chasing pack […]

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Levet looking for his first Staysure victory at scene of finest win at PGA Catalunya

THOMAS Levet returns to the scene of his 2009 Open de España victory when the European Tour Destinations Senior Classic gets under way on the Staysure Tour at PGA Catalunya Resort today (Friday). The Frenchman captured the fifth of his six European Tour titles at the acclaimed Spanish venue, holding off Paraguay’s Fabrizio Zanotti to […]

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