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What makes a good Golf Club

What makes a good Golf Club

What makes a good Golf Club is a short Golf blog post highlighting what members and visitors want from a good Golf Club. Golfers want lots of different things in membership or at a facility. There are also many different styles of golf club that you can join. Public courses, resorts or private clubs are…
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Relief from Penalty Areas

Relief from Penalty Areas

Relief from Penalty Areas is a short Golf blog post attempting to answer the basics of dropping from Penalty Areas. What are Penalty Areas? According to The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, Penalty Areas are parts of the course that are defined by Red or Yellow marker posts. See Rule number 17.…
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Golf is a real Science

Golf is a real Science

Golf is a real Science is a short golf blog post that attempts to clear up any open questions you may have regarding the golf equipment jargon. Companies will tend to baffle you with science, often abbreviating long words or creating a new language. So, here goes! This is my attempt at making things a…
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What makes a good driving range?

What makes a good driving range?

What makes a good driving range? is a short golf blog post outlining the must-haves of a driving range. I have recently sent questionnaires out to several golfers both amateur and professional. These questionnaires simply asked, What makes a good driving range? Years ago the idea behind a driving range was far superior to just…
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Golfs most famous Bunkers

Golfs’ most famous Bunkers

Golfs’ most famous Bunkers is a short Golf blog listing the best, worst & hardest bunkers in Golf. Before I start, let me explain What a Bunker is. According to the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews who write the rules, Bunkers are: specially prepared areas intended to test the player’s ability to…
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My Top Golf Coaches

My Top Golf Coaches

My Top Golf Coaches is a short golf blog post that lists my top 12 Golf coaches in the world. If I was having technical or mental issues (which is all the time) and I had enough money and time to spend, then I would invest in a top Golf Coach. The following list is…
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Golfers and Wine

Golfers & Wine

Golfers & Wine is a short golf blog post that lists some famous Golfers who also have their own wines. I always thought that golfers only like whiskies but how wrong can one be. It is in wine where the best players in the world are indulging themselves. I have compiled a list below of…
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What is The PuttBANDIT

What is The PuttBANDIT?

What is The PuttBANDIT? is a short Golf blog post describing the new kid on the block… PuttBANDIT. Most golfers find putting difficult. Yet 90% of all players refuse to practice their putting. They feel that it is a waste of time. In other words, every golfer needs as much help, out on the course,…
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Gourmet Golf in Scotland

Gourmet Golf in Scotland

Gourmet Golf in Scotland is a short golf blog describing some of the best Golf & Food combinations in Scotland. Now, I know that everyone has different taste buds and that everyone has a different budget, but this is my guide. I have spent many happy years researching this topic and putting this blog post…
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Old Tom Morris' Anniversary

Old Tom Morris’ Anniversary

Old Tom Morris’ Anniversary is a short blog post that celebrates the life of a great man. 2021 celebrates the 200th anniversary of Thomas Mitchell Morris aka. Old Tom Morris. The early years He was born in St Andrews, Scotland, the son of a weaver. Thomas started Golf at the age of 10 and started…
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