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2014 has been a fascinating year in golf. In the pro game, it’s been a great season for European fans. After breaking off his engagement to tennis star Caroline Wozniaki, a reinvigorated Rory McIlroy won both the Open Championship and USPGA, establishing his position as World Number 1. Martin Kaymer of Germany claimed his second Major at The US Open and Europe won the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles with something to spare. A bewildered U.S. side was left to scratch heads and play a destructive blame game.

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2011 saw a landmark court case for golfing accidents when a player was awarded almost £400,000 in damages after being stuck by a wayward golf ball on a course in West Lothian and losing his sight in one eye.

The presiding judge found both the club and the player who struck the ball liable for the damages, despite the player having shouted “Fore!” It was a wake-up call for golfers and clear proof of the requirement for golfers to be in possession of adequate insurance when they head onto the golf course.

Doesn’t my household insurance cover me?

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Engineered to help mis-hits perform more like pure strikes.

TaylorMade have introduced the new RSi iron family featuring face slot technology, the next great innovation from the company that has pioneered the performance of the modern distance iron.

Two years ago, TaylorMade introduced “Speed Pockets” (a small slot in the sole of the iron to improve shots struck low on the face of the iron).

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A Guide to Three-ball Formats

In Medal golf and other individual competition, players generally tee off in three-balls. But when it comes to the Sunday roll-up or a “bounce game” among friends, three is never viewed as the magic number. But this doesn’t have to be the case.

Here we give some of the best options for you to enjoy a competitive game when playing in a three-ball.

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Unfortunately, the nights have drawn in. The days of a cheeky nine holes after work are well and truly over.

Before long it’ll be temporary greens and mats on the fairway.

But is winter really a bad time to be a golfer?

Journalists from National Club Golfer give their likes and dislikes about winter golf.

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Editorial provided by National Club Golfer

What can we do to speed up play, and who should be tackling the issue?

It’s not easy for the modern golfer, but we all have a responsibility, says National Club Golfer editor Dan Murphy.

“I’m going to start by standing up a little for the much-maligned modern golfer, as he usually comes in for a good kicking in this debate.

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