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Willie Park Jnr – The Great Courses

Willie Park Jnr – The Great Courses Willie Park Jr. (4 February 1864 – 22 May 1925) was a Scottish professional golfer. He won The Open Championship twice. Park was also a successful golf equipment maker and golf writer. In his later years, Park built a significant career as one of the world’s best golf course architects, with a worldwide […]

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Belton Woods Director of Golf Alex Davies

Belton Wood’s New Man Boasts ‘Big-Game’ Experience

Belton Wood’s New Man Boasts ‘Big-Game’ Experience Golf groups looking to book a day out at Belton Woods in the future can do so safe in the knowledge that the resort’s new director of golf boasts extensive knowledge of the organisation of golf events and competitions. Advanced PGA professional Alex Davies, 34, joins the Lincolnshire […]

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Hartlepool’s Dyke House Academy, winner of the English Schools Team Championship

Why coaching lessons are going down a Storm at Hartlepool’s Dyke House

THREE Durham teenagers who have been coached by European Tour winner Graeme Storm helped Hartlepool’s Dyke House Academy win the English Schools’ Team Championship. Fourteen-year-old Jack Burton scored 40 Stableford points while 17-year-old Louis Westmoreland registered just one less to give the County Durham school a three-shot victory with 79 points over the Bracken course […]

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Steven Tiley, Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge winner on the European Challenge Tour

Tiley takes top spot right to the wire to claim maiden win at Le Vaudreuil Challenge

KENT’S Steve Tiley claimed his first win on the European Challenge Tour with a wire-to-wire victory at Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge. The Englishman, playing his 11th season on the Challenge Tour, finished runner-up to last year’s wire-to-wire champion Richard McEvoy. But 12 months later the former Georgia State University golfer went one better – recording […]

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James Braid – The Great Courses

James Braid – The Great Courses Golf North and Golf South websites are delighted to be promoting the finest selection of James Braid designed golf courses from around the world. James Braid (6 February 1870 – 27 November 1950) was a Scottish professional golfer and a member of the Great Triumvirate of the sport alongside Harry Vardonand John Henry Taylor. He won The Open Championship five […]

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