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Why Majors Matter?

Posted 4 years ago
Mystery, Magic and Memories...
Mystery and Magic - Why Majors matter?

Peering behind the architectural curtain

Posted 4 years ago
What's in store for 2020?
Golf architecture in 2020 - What's in store?

Australian PGA Championship R4

Posted 4 years ago
Scott reigns again at Royal Pines
Australian PGA Championship R4 - Scott reigns again at Royal Pines

Australian PGA Championship R3

Posted 4 years ago
Scott edges ahead in search of Australian double
Australian PGA Championship R3 - Scott edges ahead

European eTour proves its global appeal

Posted 4 years ago
More than 45,000 sign-ups since it was launched
European eTour - global appeal, more than 45,000 sign-ups

Portrush Revisited: the good, the bad and the multi-ugly

Posted 4 years ago
For Lowry the Open brought memories that will never be forgotten
Portrush Revisited - the good, the bad and the multi-ugly

Australian PGA Championship R2

Posted 4 years ago
Adam Scott in the mix
Australian PGA Championship R2 - Scott in the mix

Stuart Wilson to captain Great Britain & Ireland men's teams from 2020

Posted 4 years ago
After four years serving on The R&A Boys’ Selection Committee, he succeeds Craig Watson
GB&I mens teams - Wilson to captain from 2020

Tickets for inaugural Scandinavian Mixed on sale now

Posted 4 years ago
Special Price tickets for the event hosted by Henrik & Annika
Scandinavian Mixed tickets on sale now

Australian PGA Championship R1

Posted 4 years ago
Home heroes dominate on the Gold Coast
Australian PGA Championship R1 - Home heroes dominate

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