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15 years ago Linda Segerstam was told she should never play golf again. Persistent back injuries were a huge problem
PGA Professional – Final Thought April 2019 – Doug Poole – CEO UK Golf Federation
Gleneagles in Perthshire, Scotland has recently celebrated the 100th birthday of its iconic King’s and Queen’s Courses, with a little help from local John Deere dealer Sandy Armit of Double A.
Skin cancer is a global epidemic and the most serious form is melanoma, which is doubling every ten to 15 years.
The Golf Foundation has revealed the remarkable results of a research project measuring the impact of a new coaching programme for 11-16 year olds. In 10 weeks, every youngster taking part in the pilot projects showed a statistically significant improvement in Mental Toughness which evaluates Confidence, Commitment, Challenge and Control
Brussels, Belgium, April 4, 2019 - Macdonald Hotels & Resorts is set to unveil a fleet of state-of-the-art golf cars at venues across the UK, following a renewed four-year deal with Club Car, a world-leading manufacturer of small-wheel, zero-emissions electric vehicles, through licensed dealer Carryway, who deliver and maintain the vehicles.
There are some questions we must ask?
BST could help our aims of growing golf participation and also saving valuable resources of energy
Does 1.7 yards make a difference!!!!
GolfBIC - the Golf Business Industry Convention, to give it its full title, returned this week to its spiritual home - The Forest of Arden Golf Resort after a three-year period when it moved north to Harrogate to be part of BTME and BIGGA.
The recent article on the weekly GBN newsletter (attached to our website) highlighted that the study had concluded 'average drive length increased by 1.7 yards on the previous year!'.
The project was initiated last May to provide the most comprehensive understanding of the past, present and future impact of distance on the game of golf.
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