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Petition to Keep Golf Open launched by club owners to help in coronavirus fight

GOLFERS are being urged to sign a petition to ensure the Government allows courses to stay open. The UK Golf Federation has launched a petition urging the Government to ‘Keep Golf Open’ during the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. Some two million people play golf every week – and while many golf clubs’ weekday regulars are senior […]

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Sprowston Manor Launches Several ‘Get into Golf’ Initiatives for Females

    Sprowston Manor Launches Several ‘Get into Golf’ Initiatives for Females   Sprowston Manor, a Marriott Hotel and Country Club, has announced it is to work alongside England Golf to launch a number of new ‘Get into Golf’ initiatives, focussing solely on women and girls. With help from Lauren Spray, the Women and Girl’s […]

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WIN A GOLFBUDDY BB5 WORTH £199

WIN A GOLFBUDDY BB5 WORTH £199 Here’s a fantastic chance to lay your hands on the amazing new GolfBuddy BB5 – the world’s first golf GPS band. Worth £199, the BB5 is packed with outstanding technology from award-winning GolfBuddy, the only GPS company that provides on-foot course mapping AND no annual fees or subscriptions. BB5 […]

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Carnoustie Primed for Prestigious Amateur Championship

  Carnoustie Primed for Prestigious Amateur Championship   For six days in June, 288 of the world’s best amateur golfers will descend upon Carnoustie for the 120th playing of the Amateur Championship. It will be the fifth time that Carnoustie has staged the prestigious R&A run event, with qualifying also taking place at neighbouring Panmure. […]

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Leading female players and royalty among the first to join R&A

Leading female players and royalty among the first to join The Royal and Ancient GC of St Andrews   Princess Anne and Dame Laura Davies are two of the first females to become members of the R&A after the club overturned its 260 year ‘no ladies’ policy. Princess Anne and Dame Laura Davies were given honorary […]

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