CAMP INSPIRES YOUNG INDIAN GIRLS

CAMP INSPIRES YOUNG INDIAN GIRLS

As the LET professionals compete for the trophy at the Hero Indian Women’s Open, girls from across India have gathered together at the DLF Golf and Country Club for an Achievers’ Camp that aims to inspire the next generation of female golfers. As was the case in its inaugural year last year, the 2018...

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Driver: Lynx Parallax Shaft: Fujikura Speeder Evolution 757 3-wood: Lynx Black Cat Hybrid: Lynx Parallax Hybrid (17 degrees) Irons: Lynx Tour Blade (2), Lynx Parallax Forged (4-9) Wedges: Lynx Tour (50, 56, 60 degrees) We’re investigating the Odyssey putter and SuperStroke grip.

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Scott Dunlap and Fran Quinn shot 5-under 67 on Friday to share the first-round lead in the PGA Tour Champions' playoff-opening Dominion Energy Charity Classic.

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Reed in China for first event since Ryder Cup

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It’s always interesting when a brand brings a product to market which is pretty much the same as what a tour player uses. We saw it last year with the TaylorMade P730 irons which had been designed specifically for Dustin Johnson. And now Cobra have introduced a set of irons which were designed...

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Next week we will likely discover that the British Masters won’t be part of the European Tour calendar in 2019. So, after the seeming success four years Ian Poulter, Luke Donald, Lee Westwood and Justin Rose hosting and title sponsor Sky Sports throwing all sorts of initiatives at the event it...

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19 hours ago, National Club Golfer

Dan Whittaker golf tips: The elevated tee shot

In the latest episode of his instruction series, elite coach and YouTube star Dan Whittaker met with NCG at Trump International Golf Links to take us through what to do when faced with an elevated tee shot. Dan explains: Most amateurs I see when faced with an elevated tee shot have the ball not far enough...

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20 hours ago, GolfWRX

Gleneagles Voted European Golf Resort Of The Year 2019

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21 hours ago, National Club Golfer

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Defending champion Sergio Garcia shot a 3-under-par 68 on a weather-affected opening day at the Valderrama Masters in Spain on Thursday.

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21 hours ago, ESPN Golf

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Shane Lowry has some brand new Cleveland RTX-4 wedges in the bag to help him get even more control and spin. The Irishman is is one of the best wedge players in the world and has a knack of getting up and down from anywhere. We caught up with the three-time European Tour winner to get some of his short-game...

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21 hours ago, National Club Golfer

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22 hours ago, Golf Monthly

Wolf breaks out of the pack

Austrian Christine Wolf held a five-stroke clubhouse lead after firing a second successive 68 in the Hero Women’s Indian Open on the Gary Player Course at DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurugaram on Friday morning. On eight-under-par, she could enjoy lunch with a five stroke lead over the first round...

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22 hours ago, Ladies European Tour, LPGA

Struggling to get motivated in winter? You need ‘implementation intentions’

You have set the goal to improve your golf, or you have decided to get fit. You may even have decided it was time you reduced your food intake. Great, the goal has been set so let’s see if it actually happens. You book that first lesson and come away from a great session determined to finally get down...

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22 hours ago, National Club Golfer

Wolf takes control

Wolf takes control

Austrian Christine Wolf held a five-stroke clubhouse lead after firing a second successive 68 in the Hero Women’s Indian Open on the Gary Player Course at DLF Golf and Country Club in Gurugaram on Friday morning. On eight-under-par, she is five clear of Tonje Daffinrud, Olivia Cowan after six holes...

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1 day ago, Ladies European Tour, LPGA

Tonje Daffinrud Shoots 66 to Lead in India

Tonje Daffinrud from Norway shot an impressive 6-under par 66 to lead the field by four shot after the first round of the Hero Women’s Indian Open in Gurugram.  Read More ...

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1 day ago, Women & Golf Magazine, LPGA

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