Nick Faldo speaks of Golf in Scotland, the British Open and More

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What is the quality of today's players in Europe compared to the past? That is difficult. Because we had a great time, of course, when it was a real foundation of the European Tour – the famous five: Seve [Ballesteros] myself, Sandy [Lyle] Woosie [Ian Woosnam] and [Bernhard] Langer. And then we are accompanied by […]

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If you fail at first, the British Open is still possible.

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For the Scottish Open there are places for the three highest finishers who are not already in the British Open, a little comfort for the not winning the tournament [Read more about the site of this year’s Scottish Open, the Renaissance Club] In 2017 Callum Shinkwin, an English golfer, led the tournament to the 72nd […]

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Aussie youth prepared for tilt in the US

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A strong West Australian contingent will support Australia's hope for next week's American boy championship in Ohio. Five and a half – Australians will participate in the main event on the World Youth Calendar, led by AJGA No.2 ranked Karl Vilips. Vilips, based in Florida, is accompanied by fellow West Australian Josh Greer and another […]

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Your chance to watch Olympic heroes

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Minjee Lee responds to the green and golden wave of golf at the Olympic Games. Live ticket sales for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are now online. After the huge demand in last month's global vote, many Australians have been able to reserve their tickets for next year's sports spectacle. The Australian Olympic team partner […]

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