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The Open at Royal St George’s

December 9, 2012

Since 1894 fourteen golfers have raised The Claret Jug at Royal St George’s. J.H Taylor won the first championship outside of Scotland. ┬áIt is also a site that has seen both Harry Vardon and Walter Hagen win twice – Harry in a 36 hole play-off back in 1911. Then the rare sight of the opponent, […]

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Out of bounds

May 29, 2012
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Out out bounds We search after balls in gardens, workplaces and in public places. Theoretically, how crooked can you hit. We try out and are crasy off – and finish off with a birdie – how right can it be. Out of bounds – ball and owner. In many cases the ball is ok but […]

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3 Iron

May 17, 2012
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In hard wind, against a distant aim, with its low ball flight iron 3 is the perfect weapon for links. It is a weapon of precision, in the right hands… It was Seve Ballesteros first club. as a 10 year old he spent his days with the club down at the beach. There he learned […]

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Ulex Europaeus

April 11, 2012
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Gorse… They are in full bloom between Mars and June, with their charasteristic scent. Gorse is found in 20 different species, it is all in the legume family. Common gorse is what we are dealing with. It is not only there to hide pushed iron 2s, it is also extremely flamable. They might however be […]

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