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Great Golfing Beers

Great Golfing Beers

Great Golfing Beers is a short golf blog post that looks at some of the world’s best beers with a golfing theme. Over the years I have come across some fantastic golfing-themed beers & ales. Below are some of my favourites. My favourite Golf themed Beers of all time 17 Road Hole & 18 Tom…
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150th Open Events

150th Open Events

150th Open Events is a short golf blog post that takes a look at the most eagerly awaited golf tournament in 2022. The run up to this golf tournament has been amazing. There have been so many events in and around the city of St Andrews in the last few months. The R&A Celebration of…
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Graeme Baxter - No.1 Golf Artist

Graeme Baxter – Golf Artist

Graeme Baxter – Golf Artist is a short golf blog post that takes a look at the world’s best golf artist. He may be well known as the best golf artist in the world, but who is Graeme Baxter? A little background Born in Scotland in 1958, Graeme was brought up in Bishopbriggs in Glasgow.…
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How to repair a pitch mark

How to repair a pitch mark is a short golf blog post that explains the correct way and the wrong way to repair your damage. Pitch mark statistics A pitch mark that is repaired within 5 minutes will recover in less than 24 hours. However, if a pitch mark is unrepaired after 10 minutes it…
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How to rake a bunker

How to rake a bunker

How to rake a bunker is a short golf blog post that looks at the does and don’ts of raking the sand. Prepare yourself properly To start with, prepare yourself properly. When you are approaching the bunker, choose where your entry point is going to be. (This may not always be the lowest part of…
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Disabled Golf

Disabled Golf

Disabled Golf is a short golf blog post that takes a look at the world of golf for those golfers with disabilities. To start with, golf is a game for everyone! It doesn’t matter about your age, sexual orientation or even physical condition. Even when you are physically challenged in whatever way, golf is there…
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How to prepare for your first tournament

How to prepare for your first golf tournament

How to prepare for your first golf tournament is a short golf blog post that highlights the 6 most important things to do before the big day. Being prepared is the most important thing to remember before playing your first tournament. This game will be totally different to anything that you have experienced before.  …
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What a load of balls!

What a load of balls!

What a load of balls! is a short golf blog post that supplies you with some amazing facts and figures about golf balls. A short history of the golf ball. The original golf balls were made from various materials including Beechwood and other hardwoods. In 1452, the first written evidence of an official sale of…
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The Most Famous Women Golfers

The Most Famous Women Golfers

The Most Famous Women Golfers is a short golf blog post that takes a look at the most popular players from several countries. The following list points out the best female players from 10 different countries around the world. Remember that this list is not the top ten female golfers of all time but the…
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John Rattray and the Rules of Golf

John Rattray and the Rules of Golf

John Rattray and the Rules of Golf is a short golf blog post explaining who John Rattray was and his link to the rules of Golf. So, Who exactly was John Rattray? John Rattray, 1707-1771 He was born into the Clan Rattray in 1707 and lived in Craighall castle near Blairgowrie & Rattray. After his…
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