10 golf books you need to read

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A good golfing read is like nothing else. Regardless of your experience or level of interest in the game, some truly brilliant golf books are out there to scratch your itch. In this article, we’ve put together something for everyone—from the more technical and mental elements of the game to the captivating storytellers and tours… Read more »

What are the perks of winning the Masters?

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The article below was written by Steve Carroll of National Club Golfer. Yes, you get a Green Jacket, but there are a whole host of other benefits that come with winning the year’s first major. We outline some of them. Winning a major championship is incredible enough, but when it’s the Masters there are so… Read more »

10 reasons to keep playing golf in winter

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All of us should probably play more golf in winter. It’s far too easy to over-eat and under-exercise during the winter months, but you’ll certainly reap the benefits if you make yourself play more. We say this year after year, but it rarely happens—however, be sure to make this winter your busiest golfing one yet…. Read more »

How to get out of bunkers every time

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The article below was written by Jack Backhouse of National Club Golfer. Getting out of bunkers should be fairly straight forward, but so many golfers struggle with it. Bunkers are the marmite of golf. Some players love them and have no issue at all getting the ball out and near the flag, and others play… Read more »