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SkyCaddie SX500 Storms Top Ten At Staysure Senior Italian Open

SkyCaddie SX500 Storms Top Ten At Staysure Senior Italian Open The SkyCaddie SX500’s explosive start to life as the new DMD of choice for elite golfers passed another milestone this weekend, with five of the top ten finishers in the Senior Italian Open using the SX500 in the latest Staysure Tour event. The SX500 helped […]

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Migliozzi matches Kitayama as second Q-School graduate to win twice in 2019 season

GUIDO Migliozzi claimed his second European Tour win of the season with a four-shot victory over Darius van Driel in the final of the Belgian Knockout. The Italian only came through the European Tour Qualifying School in November and now has two victories in just 20 events after his triumph at the Magical Kenya Open […]

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Schmidt pips Schwartzel and Lyle to become youngest Brabazon winner at just 16

SIXTEEN-year-old Ben Schmidt became the youngest-ever winner of the Brabazon Trophy – winning by five shots at Leeds’ Alwoodley Golf Club, on Sunday – 70 years after it was first won by a 17-year-old. Schmidt pips major winners Sandy Lyle and Charl Schwartzel, who were respectively 17 and 18 when they won the English Men’s […]

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Wiesberger looking to be a Belgian Knockout as he aims for back-to-back wins

BERND Wiesberger continued his incredible comeback to advance to the quarter-finals of the Belgian Knockout at Rinkven International Golf Club. After an opening 76 in Antwerp, the Austrian carded a 64 on day two to sneak into the medal match play stages and won three matches on Saturday as he looks for a second consecutive […]

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Schmidt stands on verge of joining Brabazon’s teenage winners club as Hall cards 63

YORKSHIRE’S Ben Schmidt withstood a record-setting charge from Harry Hall today to hold on to a one-shot lead in the Brabazon Trophy at Alwoodley Golf Club. Hall, from West Cornwall, swept up the leaderboard with an eight-under 63, which set a new course record and took him to 10-under in the English Men’s Open Amateur […]

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Paisley checks out well in Belgian Knockout after finding form again

CHRIS Paisley came home in 30 to sign for a second consecutive 65 and secure top seeding heading into the weekend at the Belgian Knockout. The Englishman moved to 12-under to finish one shot clear of Section B winner Anton Karlsson, with the top 32 from Sections A and B advancing to the knockout stages […]

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Schmidt and Strickland top Brabazon leaderboad at English Amateur Strokeplay

YORKSHIRE teenager Ben Schmidt led the international field in the Brabazon Trophy by three after shooting a record-equalling 64 at Alwoodley Golf Club, in Leeds, on Friday. The 16-year-old, from Rotherham Golf Club – where Masters winner Danny Willett played as a junior – was nine-under after 36 holes of the English Men’s Open Amateur […]

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Clemons clocks up Carris Trophy spot after South East Juniors win at Burhill

HANBURY Manor’s Dominic Clemons claimed a spot in the Carris Trophy after winning the South East Group Junior Championship at Burhill. Last year’s Hertfordshire Boys Champion, who is also a past Scottish U14 Champion, shot rounds of 72 and 70 on Burhill’s New Course to finish on two-under par to win by two. He overcame […]

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Strickland strikes Brabazon blow as he eyes Gary Evans’ English Strokeplay record

SUSSEX’S Charlie Strickland shot a bogey-free 66 to take a two-shot lead after the first round of the Brabazon Trophy at Leeds’ Alwoodley Golf Club. The 20-year-old from Ham Manor was five-under par in tough conditions of wind and drizzle, holding tight to his score with good par saves on the final two holes. His […]

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Karlsson quick out of the blocks for Belgian Knockout at Rinkven International GC

ANTON Karlsson produced a stunning round of 63 on day one to put himself in pole position to claim the top seeding at the Belgian Knockout. The top 32 from each side of the draw after 36 holes at Rinkven International Golf Club will make it through to the knockout stages and Karlsson’s eight-under total […]

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Taste Buds Tingling As Guinness & Oyster Networking Extravaganza Returns To Burhill

Taste Buds Tingling As Guinness & Oyster Networking Extravaganza Returns To Burhill Burhill Golf Club is gearing up to host the London leg of the Golf, Guinness & Oyster Gathering 2019 when the world series heads to the UK in June this year. A premium yet fun golf event with an emphasis on networking, the […]

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St Mellion International Resort

St Mellion International Resort Play the Nicklaus Signature Course at St Mellion International Resort, and you’ll remember every hole afterwards. How many golf courses can say that? Designed by Jack Nicklaus personally, it is one of England’s truly essential tests of golf, and a classic Tour venue. You’ll be walking in the footsteps of the […]

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Yorkshire’s internationals prepared for battle at Alwoodley to keep Brabazon

AN international field has assembled for the Brabazon Trophy, one of the most prestigious championships in the world of men’s amateur golf, which starts today at Leeds’ Alwoodley Golf Club. Players from over a dozen countries will bid to become the English Men’s Open Amateur Strokeplay Champion with four rounds being played before Sunday’s climax. […]

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Otaegui looking to prove a knockout in Belgium again

ADRIAN Otaegui is looking to take inspiration from 12 months ago as he defends the title this week at the Belgian Knockout. The Spaniard overcame Benjamin Hebert in the final last season at Rinkven International Golf Club, advancing from 36 holes of strokeplay and then battling through the knockout rounds in nine-hole medal matchplay. The […]

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Oulton Hall coach James Devine was criticised on social media for allowing kids to play in hoodies and tracksuit bottoms

Devine in ‘dressing down’ for ditching dress code but TV’s Henni says ‘way to go!’

OULTON Hall’s junior golf coach has hit out at golf club officials who are “stuck in the 19th century” after being criticised on social media for allowing his students to play in tracksuit bottoms and hoodies. Thomas Devine, director of Oulton Hall’s FUEL golf (FUture ELite) programme, proudly posted a picture on Twitter of some […]

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Tewkesbury Park’s New-style Golf Breaks Dare To Be Different

Tewkesbury Park’s New-style Golf Breaks Dare To Be Different In a world where golf hotel rooms can be so similar that it’s possible to forget where you are, you can rely on the new-look Tewkesbury Park to do things differently. To attract golfers to stay in its 93 recently-refurbished rooms, which range from merely luxurious […]

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Come And Join The Waterlooville Pro-Am Party!

Come And Join The Waterlooville Pro-Am Party! Major celebration for the Waterlooville Pro-Am’s 40th with a spectacular day’s golf and top notch entertainment Thanks to its new sponsor, Facilities Management Southern, one of the longest running Pro-Ams in The PGA in England (South)’s schedule will become a massive 40th anniversary celebration, when it is staged […]

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McGowan makes a decent impression with wire-to-wire victory at Czech Challenge

SURREY’S McGowan returned to the winner’s circle for the first time in four years as he clinched a wire-to-wire victory at the D+D REAL Czech Challenge. The Englishman’s last win came on the Sunshine Tour in 2015 and following rounds of 66-66-66-68 for an 18-under par total he secured a four-stroke triumph and his third […]

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Dimmock claims first LET win and qualifies for Evian Championship in July

SURREY’S Annabel Dimmock held off French amateur Pauline Roussin-Bouchard to win her first Ladies European Tour title by one shot in the Jabra Ladies Open, as both players qualified for the Evian Championship. “It’s such a relief. I’ve wanted to do this for so long and I’m so relieved I’ve finally won,” said Dimmock, who […]

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Challengers fought the Law but Bronte won to claim her first LPGA title at Kingsmill

STOCKPORT’S Bronte Law completed her dream LPGA Tour win after a frustrating final round at the Pure Silk Championship, at Williamsburg’s Kingsmill’s Resort. Having missed fairways off the tee and having to scrambe for pars as a host of challengers sensed a chance to catch the overnight leader, a 15-foot birdie putt on the 16th […]

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