5 Hip Exercises For Golfers

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Most of us probably spend a fair bit of time seated – perhaps even more so over the last couple of years, when lockdowns have meant lots of Zoom calls and hours upon hours in front of computers. While being seated is not bad for us, it can mean we lose range of motion in… Read more »

How does Mickelson keep himself in shape at 50?

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The article below was written by Rachael Tibbs of National Club Golfer Phil Mickelson’s magical major win at 50 proves age is no obstacle. If you’ve been inspired, Rachael Tibbs has some advice on how to get fit like the six-time major champion. Phil Mickelson became the oldest golfer to ever win a major championship. There… Read more »

Should Paper Scorecards Be A Thing Of The Past?

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Has your club gone back exclusively to using paper golf scorecards? Have you slotted right back into the routine, or do you pine for your phone and a digital signature? For many of us, the coronavirus pandemic ushered a digital revolution at our clubs. Whether it was booking tee times online, entering our scores through… Read more »

What can we expect from the 2019 Open?

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After working with Donald Steel for 15 years, Tom Mackenzie and Martin Ebert set up their own design company in 2005 and they now advise on seven of the 10 courses on the Open rota. They have been providing architectural advice to Royal Portrush on both the Dunluce and Valley courses since 2001 when they worked with… Read more »