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Sep 21st, 2020

HONMA launches its new TR21 range

Leading Japanese golf brand HONMA has extended its premium performance TR (Tour Release) line of clubs with the introduction of TR21 irons, fairway woods and hybrids to complement the existing TR20 driver and irons. More details on the existing TR20, XP-1 and BERES product lines can be found at .

Sep 21st, 2020

Glenmuir Launches 'Your Pro Shop Needs You' Campaign

Glenmuir and Sunderland of Scotland, the Scottish golf clothing brands, have launched a “Your Pro Shop Needs You” campaign to encourage consumers to #ShopSmall by supporting their local golf pro shops.

Sep 19th, 2020

Green and Clanton share top spot in Portland

Defending Cambia Portland Classic winner Hannah Green continued her strong play at Columbia Edgewater Country Club, shooting a 6-under 66 on Friday to join Cydney Clanton atop the leaderboard after the first round. Five players are tied for third on five-under, including 2020 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions winner Gaby Lopez and England’s Mel Reid.

Sep 19th, 2020

Engstrom out front at at Golf Du Medoc

Sweden’s Julia Engstrom had a day to remember at the 2020 Lacoste Ladies Open De France, carding a hole-in-one en route to a second round 64 (-7) to top the leaderboard heading into tomorrow’s final round. Capitalising on the ace, Engstrom continued to go flag hunting at Golf Medoc’ Chateaux Course, immediately following up with a tap-in birdie at the 9th hole.

Sep 17th, 2020

Arccos Caddie Link given nod by USGA

Arccos – the pioneer of big data and artificial intelligence for golf – today announced its Arccos Caddie Link ultralight wearable is now permitted under the Rules of Golf, according to United States Golf Association (USGA) decision #2020-0305.

Sep 16th, 2020

The good old days of club manufacture

Before technology took over and the driver became the monstrous feat of engineering and design that it is these days the persimmon wood ruled the tees and fairways. Other imposters tried to supplant the material of the golfing gods but failed. It would eventually take over ten years for the 'johnny come lately' metal woods to take the place of persimmon on the PGA and European tours.

Sep 16th, 2020

Chevalier eyeing up Lacoste Ladies Open De France

Former LET ‘Rookie of the Year’ Camille Chevalier returns to her homeland this week ahead of the latest tournament on the LET schedule – The 2020 Lacoste Ladies Open De France at Golf Du Medoc. Also representing Lacoste as an athlete ambassador, Chevalier has even more reason to perform this week for the long-time LET sponsor. 

Sep 15th, 2020

Watch out, it’s the golf rules police

With its books, videos and training materials, EXPERT GOLF shows again and again that the rules of golf are not that difficult to understand and can even be fun to learn. The “Golf Rules Quick Tips” video series, in particular, teaches selected rules in a light-hearted way. . Informative and entertaining content guaranteed.

Sep 15th, 2020

The Club that won four majors

When Jack Nicklaus picked up his sixth Green Jacket and record eighteenth major win at Augusta in 1986 he had a MacGregor Tommy Armour 945W Driver in his bag. The persimmon driver was the same weapon that helped him to victory at the 1978 British Open, 1980 US Open and 1980 PGA Championship.