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  • Mickelson gives Butch the bullet - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    our eight years together It s just that at the moment I need to hear new ideas from a different perspective said Mickelson who last victory came at the Open Championship in 2013 Mickelson linked up with Harmon in 2007 and notched up a total of 12 victories including the Masters in 2010 Mickelson s new coach is Andrew Getson a 41 year old Australian who has been an instructor at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale Arizona since 2009 The 72 year old Harmon who has coached some of golf s biggest names including Tiger Woods and currently has the likes of Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler on his books said there were no hard feelings about the split Helping him win the Open Championship in 2013 was one of the pinnacles of my career said Harmon I see nothing wrong with him seeking advice from another source We re great friends and always will be 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 host its first professional tournament under the auspices of the European Tour following the announcement that Read More View More

    Original URL path: http://www.golfnews.co.uk/news/mickelson-gives-butch-the-bullet/ (2016-02-17)
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  • MOVEMBER CAMPAIGN AIMS TO GET GOLFERS 'MOVING' - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    host their own golf days in support of Movember and to register these as an official event on Movember com The highest fundraisers and of course the best moustaches will also win a place at the golf day next April The PGA is also encouraging all of its pros to help raise awareness of this cause by showing off their best trick shots on social media using the hashtags mogolf and of course movember Movember Mondays will form part of a wider battle to tackle the growing trend of male physical inactivity According to the Movember Foundation physical inactivity is now the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality causing 3 2 million deaths globally Since 2003 the Movember Foundation has encouraged over five million men and women to join the global men s health movement and has now taken up the fight against the growing issue of inactivity aiming to invest in programmes to work out what makes men move more and target those at most risk Kyle Phillpots joint chief operating officer and director of education and career development at the PGA said The aims of Movember fit very well with golf We have a large population of males who may be at risk from the cancers that were the original focus of Movember Further to this golf is about community and friendship and playing a round of golf gives players time to talk and evidence shows that talking about issues as well as the more obvious health benefits that come from playing golf can help participants live longer happier healthier lives Find out more about the Movember Foundation visit uk movember com 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

    Original URL path: http://www.golfnews.co.uk/news/movember-campaign-aims-to-get-nation-moving/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Jordan Spieth: more balls than most - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    T which is based in Dallas shows the Texan born world No 1 wearing a cap and appearing to watch another nailed approach shot find its mark The balls were all placed on tees by a group of 25 people The artwork was taken down just a few days later by a man driving a ball collecting cart naturally 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 host its first professional tournament under the auspices of the European Tour following the announcement that Read

    Original URL path: http://www.golfnews.co.uk/news/jordan-spieth-more-balls-than-most/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Dubuisson doubles up in Turkey - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    and 17th After Van Zyl parred the 18th it left Dubuisson two shots to win the tournament and he was down for a birdie to spark emotional celebrations It was the second Turkish Open victory in three years for Dubuisson after winning the event in 2013 although those two successes have been his only European Tour titles in that time The Frenchman broke down in tears at the end after a year that has seen him fall out of the world s top 50 It s been so hard he said I ve wanted to play this year but there s been many times when I haven t been able to for personal reasons That is why I am so emotional This win has given me my confidence back I lost it a few months ago and felt like my game would never come back but this week I realised my game is still here Rory McIlroy began the final day one shot off the lead after three consecutive 67s but the world number three could only manage a final round 71 which included three bogeys in the last 10 holes and finished tied sixth 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

    Original URL path: http://www.golfnews.co.uk/news/dubuisson-doubles-up-in-turkey/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Gleneagles to host 2019 Solheim Cup - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    matches said I am excited that the Solheim Cup will be returning to Scotland home of Europe s first win Gleneagles is certainly one of the great venues in golf and will provide a wonderful experience for all I m sure that the members of the 2019 Solheim Cup teams will be up to meeting the challenges of this exceptional golf course Eight times Solheim Cup player Catriona Matthew who will be 50 years old in 2019 is being tipped as a likely European captain 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

    Original URL path: http://www.golfnews.co.uk/news/gleneagles-to-host-2019-solheim-cup/ (2016-02-17)
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  • R&A announces changes to Rules of Golf - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    for a hole than actually taken when the incorrect score is a result of failing to include penalty strokes that the player did not know were incurred before returning the scorecard Instead the player incurs the penalty under the Rule that was breached and must add an additional penalty of two strokes for the scorecard error In all other cases in which a player returns a score for any hole lower than actually taken the penalty will continue to be disqualification Several golfers in high level amateur and professional events have been recently plagued by Rule 6 6d when notified of a penalty after having signed his or her scorecard Now rather than automatic disqualification a two stroke penalty will be given if a player fails to sign for the correct score on a hole where a penalty was assessed without the player s knowledge This rule change would have come into play at the 2013 Masters when Tiger Woods took a drop on the 15th hole and later signed for a score lower than his actual score not realising a penalty had been assessed At the time the USGA disagreed with Augusta s handling of the ruling however this rule change would have also resulted in a two stroke penalty for Woods rather than disqualification 3 Modification of Penalty for a Single Impermissible Use of Artificial Devices or Equipment Rule 14 3 The penalty for a player s first breach during the round of Rule 14 3 Artificial Devices Unusual Equipment and Abnormal Use of Equipment has been reduced from disqualification to loss of hole in match play or two strokes in stroke play The penalty for any subsequent breach of Rule 14 3 will continue to be disqualification This rule lightens the penalty for use of gadgets like rangefinders or other distance measuring devices particularly on first offence D A Points was disqualified in 2014 for breaching Rule 14 3 the addendum would have given him a two stroke penalty instead of a DQ 4 Prohibition on Anchoring the Club While Making a Stroke Rule 14 1b As announced in May 2013 new Rule 14 1b Anchoring the Club prohibits anchoring the club during the stroke either directly or by use of an anchor point The penalty is loss of hole in match play or two strokes in stroke play The R A also announced slight changes to the Rules of Amateur Status The changes involve charitable prize money expenses and amateur status reinstatement Prize Money to Charity New Rule 3 1b enables an amateur to participate in an event where prize money or its equivalent is donated to a recognised charity provided the approval of the governing body is first obtained in advance by the organiser Golf Related Expenses New Rule 4 3 clarifies that an amateur may receive reasonable expenses not exceeding actual expenses incurred for non competition golf related activities Reinstatement to Amateur Status The recommended guidelines on periods awaiting reinstatement are amended to provide

    Original URL path: http://www.golfnews.co.uk/news/ra-announces-changes-to-rules-of-golf/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Wentworth members face huge fees hike - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    fees comes in the wake of an announcement that the Chinese owned Reignwood Group which bought Wentworth from Richard caring in September last year is planning to invest over 20 million in renovating the club s three 18 hole courses West East and Edinburgh as well as improving the off course facilities The new fee structure would make Wentworth the most expensive golf club in the UK The club s management informed members of the new fees at a special meeting held at the club on October 20 One member James Wyatt said there was some confusion over whether the 100 000 payment would be a debenture a loan without interest or simply a one off payment to the owners Speaking to the BBC Mr Wyatt said Money needs to be put into the club and the money needs to come from somewhere but we ve now found out that the money is coming from members pockets Long time member Sir Michael Parkinson described the new membership fees as a cull while BBC golf commentator Peter Alliss who is also a member said the debenture plan was an extraordinary step given that there are very few people who have 100 000 to piddle away on their pleasures 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

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  • Rose hangs on in Hong Kong - Golf News | Ski Magazine
    37 which featured wild drives on the 11th 13th and 14th the latter leading to a double bogey six when his recovery attempt from the trees hit more timber Rose had birdied the 10th and 13th and after seeing his birdie attempt on the 14th lip out and leaving another on the 15th an inch short holed from 12 feet on the 16th to claim a decisive two shot lead with two holes to play The 35 year old could afford to three putt the 18th for only his third bogey of the week mocking his timid par attempt by performing a chicken impression Lucas played incredible golf said Rose It was the first time I had the chance to play with him I was thoroughly impressed not just his game but his temperament When you separate yourself from the field like we did it s probably a tough one for him to lose But he didn t lose it just both of us played incredibly well and separated from the field I m very happy to get the job done I had a chance to win in Napa last week so I wanted to hang onto this one There was more drama further down the leaderboard with players battling to make it into the top 110 in the Race to Dubai and maintain their playing privileges for next season Kent s Matt Ford finished tied 7th to retain his card for next season Matt Ford who began the week at 117th secured his card with a tie for seventh but Ben Evans who was one place behind Ford at 118 th and finished one shot behind him fell agonisingly short at 111th Prom Meesawat who came into the week 110th in the Race to Dubai moved up to 108th

    Original URL path: http://www.golfnews.co.uk/news/rose-hangs-on-in-hong-kong/ (2016-02-17)
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