Former Ryder Cup player Barnes dies at the age of 74

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Pipe-smoking Barnes represented Scotland in team events The flamboyant former Ryder Cup golfer Brian Barnes became 74 years old from cancer after a short illness. He was best known for beating Jack Nicklaus twice a day during the 1975 game against the United States. Barnes played for Great Britain and Ireland and then for Europe […]

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4 concepts you need to know about golf equipment

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Download our free ebook Sign up for the newsletter and receive our free 30-page eBook on course strategy! Before I started Practical Golf in 2015, I didn't know much about golf clubs and how they worked. I was naive about the subject in general and fell victim to many of the same myths that most […]

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Letter of Recommendation: Playing Golf with Strangers

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What happens if you go to a public golf course all by yourself – at least in a city close to golfers such as New York or Los Angeles, where I grew up – is someone who name on a waiting list and connect after a while to a group of strangers with whom you […]

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Solheim Cup 2019: Stacy Lewis withdraws from the American team

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Ally McDonald joins as the first substitute and becomes one of the six rookies in the US team Solheim Cup Date: September 13-15 Location: Gleneagles, Scotland Coverage: Full live text commentary on the BBC Sport website and app followed by a one-hour show long highlights on BBC Two or BBC Four every day that will […]

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PODCAST: Jamie Arnold, Rules & Brian Twite

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To get started this week, we run the & # 39; pub test & # 39; on the latest Matt Kuchar drama, where guru Simon Magdulski offers a much more balanced opinion than our hosts Andy Maher, Mark Hayes and Mike Clayton. There is nothing we like better than guests who speak openly about dramatic […]

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Golf Homes: Which Will Buy $ 1 Million

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OUTDOOR SPACE: A long driveway dominates the front of the building. The rear has a heated swimming pool and hot tub and a covered terrace with a dining area and built-in barbecue. The landscape on the front and back is strewn with small cacti and native flora such as purple, pink and red lantana flowers. […]

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Golf homes with sea views are popular in Australia

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The view from the wide balcony of 48 Jamieson Court in Cape Schanck, Australia, overlooks the vibrant greens of the National Golf Club, as well as the deep blue vastness of Bass Strait, which separates mainland Australia from Tasmania. The four-bedroom house near Melbourne, which is expected to sell between 1.65 million and 1.85 million […]

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A chat with a golf course builder

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Jim Fazio knows golf courses: how they are built and what they take to a suburb, a village or even an old city. Since 1961 it has been the family business Fazio. Together with his uncle George and brother Tom, they have built 250 to 300 golf courses and their designs are staples of the […]

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