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Garcia to play for free

Garcia to play for free

Nov 26th, 2019

Sergio García will play in next year’s Saudi International despite trying to trash a number of their greens when playing the event in February of this year. The Spaniard was disqualified after his extraordinary behaviour but it seems that there was a further sanction from tour who have insisted he plays at the event in 2020 without an appearance fee. call that a sanction? We are not impressed.

Srixon introduces the new soft feel golf ball

Srixon introduces the new soft feel golf ball

Aug 15th, 2018

SRIXON®  has announced the launch of the new Soft Feel golf ball. Available in Soft White™, Tour Yellow™ as well as a Soft Feel Lady model in Soft White™ and Passion Pink™. The new Soft Feels are available now.  

I will never feel great again

I will never feel great again

Feb 9th, 2017

Tiger Woods has admitted that  he will "never feel great again" as his body deals with the knee and back operations that have afflicted him over recent years.

Coffee In Golf

Coffee In Golf

Aug 29th, 2015

Forget a half time livener, according to research, coffee will get your handicap down...

Gleneagles announces celebratory 4-ball green fee

Gleneagles announces celebratory 4-ball green fee

Feb 26th, 2019

Gleneagles, the world-famous Scottish hotel and sporting estate, is giving all golfers the chance to celebrate its hosting of The Solheim Cup, September 9-15, with the launch of a special four-ball green fee that runs until the end of April, 2019.

Palmares feels the need for speed

Palmares feels the need for speed

Jan 16th, 2019

Palmares Beach & Golf Resort, in the Algarve, is hitting the accelerator in the war against slow golf as 2019 gets off to a turbo-charged start.

Crown Golf drops club hire fees

Crown Golf drops club hire fees

Aug 4th, 2016

The UK’s largest golf club operator, Crown Golf, has dropped club hire fees at its venues in a bid to attract as many newcomers as possible to the sport, and also to attract lapsed players back to golf.

New balls please!

New balls please!

Sep 27th, 2019

It’s probably fair to say that amongst top golfers, elite or amateur, that the Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x ball is the market leader.  Titleist also offer a range of more budget friendly options for the lesser mortal and are now replacing the DT TruSoft, their budget distance ball, with the TruFeel which, they claim, is engineered to deliver longer distance and excellent control.

Play Solheim Cup Course

Play Solheim Cup Course

Sep 24th, 2019

We were all on the edge of our seats when Suzann Pettersen holed that six foot putt to win the Solheim Cup. Now Gleneagles are bringing back their offer to allow us ordinary folk to play that course, or one of the other two, for the princely sum of £201.90. Better hurry as we assume it may go up to £202.00 come January!  

Which is the immovable object

Which is the immovable object

Jul 5th, 2019

Despite no mortal being able to move it on their own the answer is the boulder. As Tiger Woods found out to his benefit at the 1999 Phoenix Open when a friendly rules official suggested it was a loose impediment.

New putters from Bettinardi Golf

New putters from Bettinardi Golf

Jan 19th, 2017

Bettinardi Golf, the specialist milled putter manufacturer based in Chicago, has released its 2017 range in the UK, including striking new putters and head covers in its Studio Stock and Queen B series.