Christmas gifts for golf lovers are always tricky to get right, but a good book on the sport is something all golfers would be glad to receive. Here we take a look at 10 of the best golf books ever published:
Mizuno, now an official partner of The Golfers Club would like to invite you to one of their Demo Days being held this month.
Adidas Golf’s gripmore techology is an innovation in cleat design that combines the performance benefits of spiked and spikeless footwear.
The evolution of golf cleats has seen little change in innovation over the course of the last century.
The Adidas Golf team set out to change the state of the footwear game, embarking on a mission to reshape the industry to create a groundbreaking category of shoe for all golfers.
The result: Adicross gripmore and pure 360 gripmore sport.
In holing out for a birdie to win the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, Henrik Stenson struck the final shot of the 2014 European Tour season. And what a season it’s been: 49 tournaments in 26 different countries with well over €100,000,000 of prize money handed out. Rory McIlroy has won two Majors and firmly established himself as World Number 1, Martin Kaymer claimed a second Major title and Europe won the Ryder Cup again – their eighth victory in the last 10 instalments of the competition. Here below is a whistle-stop run through of the 2014 European Tour, take a deep breath!
Scott Cransfield PGA Golf Professional has provided a simple video to show how you can play your best in the rain!
Tickets for The 2015 Open Championship at St Andrews have now gone on sale but once again the issue of ticket prices has reared its head.
Early tickets can be purchased for £70 – a £5 increase from last year or from May 31 tickets will be £80.
The £70 is a £10 increase on the ticket price from the event at St Andrews in 2010.
Are the prices too high? Or is it good value for money for a day out at the biggest event in the golfing calendar?