Manor from heaven

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Celtic Manor will forever be famous for staging the Ryder Cup but it is easy to forget that it has two other high-quality championship courses to complement the Twenty Ten which challenged the world’sbest players. The Roman Road and The Montgomerie courses are outstanding, spectacular and picturesque courses in their own right and offer a… Read more »

Take cover this season

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Golf is costly enough without having to pay to replace lost or damaged clubs or forking out for a personal injury claim. Summer is fast approaching, and it sometimes feels like we don’t have a care in the world. By the time May comes around many of us have forked out for new equipment, clothing… Read more »

Masters Preview

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Editorial provided by National Club Golfer The wait is almost over. The first Major of the year is just around the corner. If you can’t get excited about the Masters, golf is not the sport for you. Sometimes the Masters is so good, 72 holes just aren’t enough. We want more. So as the 78th… Read more »

TaylorMade JetSpeed

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Three years ago, TaylorMade stunned the golfing world by bringing white-headed woods to market. It has since become normal to see all manner of colourful drivers – but with the JetSpeed range, TaylorMade have already moved on. With a matt-black finish and a subtle blue colour scheme, the contrast could hardly be more marked between… Read more »

Intuitive Golf By Scott Cranfield

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After 29 years coaching experience from complete beginners to Ryder Cup Players; training over 200 PGA coaches personally, and hosting over 100 seminars, PGA Master Professional Scott Cranfield has written Intuitive Golf a collection of thoughts on how he coaches the golf swing with his unique style of linking mind and body. Intuitive Golf has… Read more »