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  • BIG MAX Z360 TROLLEY - Golf News | Snow Gear
    be taken into tight spots and places that most other trolleys would find hard to negotiate The front wheel can also be locked in place when added stability is needed on uneven ground Measuring just 49cm x 38cm x 55cm when folded down the Z360 push trolley is small enough to fit in most car boots along with a full golf bag while other features include an organiser panel hand

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  • Lane finds road to riches at nailcote hall - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    force a play off and Lane s final round of 55 was enough to take the prestigious title and the 25 000 first prize The course was fantastic said Lane Paul didn t make it easy especially towards the end but I was confident that I could hold on It was a wonderful tournament and I d love to come back to defend my title next year Ladies European Tour star Charley Hull also made an early charge in the final round with four birdies in her first five holes but was unable to maintain her form to become the championship s first female winner and eventually finished tied ninth alongside Wentworth s Tom Reid Gary Wolstenholme equalled the course record earlier in the final day with a bogey free round of 46 to finish in joint third with Andrew Sherborne and Andrew Marshall Those five were the only players under par after two days testament to the challenge presented by the course Host and two time Major winner Tony Jacklin was on hand to present the prizes While Lane took the professional s prize the Norma C Herd Silver Salver for leading amateur was taken home by 13 year old Jack Drury with a score of eight over par Carl Mason who is the highest career money winner on the European Senior Tour scooped the 5 000 Super Senior prize for the third year running finishing on level par Mason is always a strong competitor at the championship and won in 1999 The leading team prize was also won by Lane and his playing partner David Nelson who combined to score of 14 under par The popular tournament once again attracted huge crowds who lined the course to watch the professionals and stars from the world of sport and

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  • LEEDS CASTLE: SMALL BUT PERFECTLY FORMED - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    privileged to work at such a wonderful place and hope to continue for as long as they ll have me Purves who still competes in tournaments on the PGA South Region and Kent PGA circuits enjoys giving lessons to golfers of all standards in this most inspiring of settings Golf lessons are available for groups or individuals with prices starting from 22 50 for a 30 minute private lesson to 60 for a nine hole playing lesson while a series of four half hour lessons costs just 40 The course itself has changed little over the years although former Ryder Cup player Neil Coles was brought in to make some revisions to the layout in the late 1980s The re routed course now has a new 6th hole along the moat s edge and a teasing par three 8th hole plus the 9th hole has been extended to a par four At just 13 for nine holes during the week and 16 at weekends it s an extremely affordable and entertaining round of golf and being just 2 843 yards long gives golfers plenty of time for a pleasant stroll inside the castle once they ve negotiated their way around the course Visiting golfers can simply turn up and play on the day or pre book up to six days in advance But even better value Is offered through an annual season ticket which represents great value at just 295 for an adult five day ticket and 395 for a full seven day ticket To make it even more affordable payment can be spread across the year For those who play less frequently the club s new One Under Card allows you to buy seven rounds for the price of six Also available in midweek and seven day formats prices

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  • Featured - Page 9 of 14 - Golf News | The UK's Most Read Ski Magazine
    was only fitting that a playoff would bring an Read More Davies misses Hall of Fame induction due to flight delay 15 July 2015 Dame Laura Davies has been inducted into golf s Hall of Fame but a four hour flight delay in Philadelphia forced her to Read More MCILROY CONFIRMS OPEN WITHDRAWAL 8 July 2015 Rory McIlroy has ruled himself out of the Open Championship two days after he announced that he had ruptured a ligament in Read More SELFIE STICKS BANNED FROM OPEN 8 July 2015 The Royal and Ancient Golf Club has banned spectators from using selfie sticks during the 144th Open Championship at St Andrews The devices were banned Read More AITCHISON GEARS UP FOR US WOMEN S OPEN 7 July 2015 Bedfordshire s Holly Aitchison will make her debut on American soil this week 9 12 July when she tees off alongside the world s best female Read More McIlroy doubtful for Open after football injury 6 July 2015 Rory McIlroy is a major doubt for The Open at St Andrews after injuring himself playing football The world No 1 revealed that a Read More MORRISON EARNS OPEN SPOT 6 July 2015 Surrey s James Morrison has qualified for the 144TH Open at St Andrews after finishing second in the Alstom Open de France in Paris Read More Allen claims European Masters at Buckinghamshire 6 July 2015 American Beth Allen shot a final round of 67 to come from five shots behind the overnight leader Caroline Masson and claim Read More 7 8 9 10 11 Read Online Looking for back issues Subscribe FREE to the UK s most read Golf Newspaper latest golf news best travel deals latest competitions Join us now Featured News Interviews Bennett tees up golf academy at Manston 16 February

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  • Kent golfers Open dreams sink at Royal Cinque Ports - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    qualifying when he carded 69 for his first round on the east coast Tiley pictured followed that up with a 71 to finish two under par for the day but it wasn t enough to see him through with the top three players all scoring five under Rounds of 73 and 71 saw former Kings Hill pro Benn Barham finish two over par while North Foreland s Max Orrin was three shots further back after going round in 71 and 76 Chart Hills hopeful Tom Sherreard ended up six over one shot better off than Deangate Ridge s Jack Colegate Matt Ford has so far enjoyed an impressive debut season on the European Tour but the 37 year old from Bearsted couldn t translate that form into a winning formula at Cinque Ports Ford shot 76 and 74 to finish a disappointing eight over par the same score as Thomas Muchmore Ashford and Matt Haines Rochester Cobham Park Further down the leaderboard were Knole Park s Andrew Butterfield 11 and Mark Collins from Chart Hills 12 Stay up to date Share this story tweet Read Online Looking for back issues Subscribe FREE to the UK s most read Golf Newspaper latest golf news best travel deals latest competitions Join us now Featured News Interviews Bennett tees up golf academy at Manston 16 February 2016 Former European Tour professional Warren Bennett has opened his first golf academy in Kent with one simple aim to maker golfers Read More Grove to spruce up for British Masters 16 February 2016 The Grove has started work on a series of improvements and renovations to its Kyle Phillips designed course in preparation for hosting the Read More Heythrop Park to host new Challenge Tour event 8 February 2016 Heythrop Park Resort in Oxfordshire is to

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  • GOOSEN SECURES OPEN PLACE AT FINAL QUALIFYING - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    on his own at six under par and will finally make his Open debut after 16 attempts starting when he was only 15 Two days after finishing runner up at the US Senior Open in California Colin Montgomerie missed out by four shots however A year ago Dunne who plans to turn professional later this year was the only amateur to survive the 36 hole Final Qualifying played this year at Hillside Royal Cinque Ports and Woburn in England and Gailes Links in Scotland but that was far from the case this time At Royal Cinque Ports in Kent England s Alister Balcombe and Ben Taylor shared top spot with professional Gary Boyd while 20 year old Liverpudlian Paul Kinnear came through at Gailes Links and American Jordan Niebrugge at Hillside Kinnear was emotional after joining professionals Mark Young and New Zealander Ryan Fox While Niebrugge tied for first place with Australian Scott Arnold and Swede Pelle Edberg at the Southport venue Balcombe a 19 year old from Bristol with a plus three handicap followed up his opening 67 with a 70 to finish on five under par at Royal Cinque Ports Surrey s Ben Taylor won his place in The Open after finishing on top of the leaderboard at Royal Cinque Ports Taylor 23 and a plus five handicapper from Walton Heath has just finished his studies at Louisiana State University and birdied three of his last seven holes for a 67 while Boyd matched Balcombe s two rounds It will be his third trip to The Open with his best finish coming in 2011 at Royal St George s where he was tied 38th Stay up to date Share this story tweet Read Online Looking for back issues Subscribe FREE to the UK s most read Golf Newspaper

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  • Hever Castle to host fun-filled Open Week in July - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    s flexible membership packages including its social and introductory memberships A fun par 3 competition is being held on Friday 17 th while a free coaching clinic will be on offer for all golfers on Sunday The social highlight will be the ABBA tribute band FOUR ABBA on Saturday 18 th while the club will also be laying on breakfast and lunchtime specials throughout the week in the stunning clubhouse For more details please visit www hever co uk openweek or call the pro shop on 01732 701008 Quote Open when booking Stay up to date Share this story tweet Read Online Looking for back issues Subscribe FREE to the UK s most read Golf Newspaper latest golf news best travel deals latest competitions Join us now Featured News Interviews Bennett tees up golf academy at Manston 16 February 2016 Former European Tour professional Warren Bennett has opened his first golf academy in Kent with one simple aim to maker golfers Read More Grove to spruce up for British Masters 16 February 2016 The Grove has started work on a series of improvements and renovations to its Kyle Phillips designed course in preparation for hosting the Read More Heythrop Park

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  • NEXT GENERATION OF GOLFERS HIT THE GREEN AT SPEY VALLEY - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    see so many children getting involved in the programme There was genuine interest and excitement from the young group which is extremly encouraging for the next generation of potential pros Scotland s junior golf development programme ClubGolf aims for every child in Scotland to have experienced golf by the age of nine and to have access to high quality coaching and facilities after that The programme is funded by the Scottish government until 2018 Jackie Davidson ClubGolf manager explained We re delighted that through our continued partnership with Macdonald Hotels Resorts local schools were able to take part in different golf skills challenges and enjoy a coaching clinic from the Challenge Tour professionals The young people who took part have all had some ClubGolf coaching at school so it is great they can come here meet the pros and see them in action which will hopefully inspire and encourage them to go down to their local club and play more golf Macdonald Hotels Resorts is a supporter of grassroots golf by aiding a selection of young golfers enabling youngsters to use its outstanding courses and facilities and working hand in hand with Ryder Cup player Stephen Gallacher who is a brand ambassador for the group As part of this relationship Macdonald Hotels Resorts supports the Stephen Gallacher Foundation which encourages and develops young golfers in the Borders and Lothian regions of Scotland The SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge is part of the European Challenge Tour and has been held at the Macdonald Spey Valley Championship Golf Course in Aviemore since 2009 The course was recently voted one of the finest in Scotland and offers a world class golfing experience in the heart of the Scottish Highlands For more information visit www MacdonaldHotels co uk golf Stay up to date Share this

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