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An invaluable guide to all the news on golf and its stars from across the world
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The prestigious 2017 World Golf Awards™ Gala Ceremony will take place at La Manga Club, Spain on 23rd - 26th November.

http://worldgolfawards.com

La Manga Club is an exclusive holiday, sports and leisure resort located in a privileged setting bordered by natural parks and unspoilt beaches, offering luxury, leisure and sport with wonderful weather all year round.

Covering an area of 1400 acres (560 Ha.), the resort offers exclusive accommodation, first-class professional sports facilities and fine dining, ideal for those seeking exceptional tranquillity, security and privacy, coupled with superlative service.

Ever since it opened in 1972, La Manga Club has attracted holidaymakers and sports teams its outstanding facilities, all designed to the highest international standards. These include:

a five-star hotel
a four-star apartment-hotel
three golf courses
a 28-court tennis centre
eight FIFA-standard football pitches
2,000m2 Wellness Centre

http://lamangaclub.com/en
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The Open 2017: Paul McGinley sends 'punk' message to golf organisers

McGinley is a four-time winner on the European Tour and also won three Ryder Cups as a player with Team Europe, as well as the 2014 edition as a team captain.
The Ryder Cup is traditionally the rowdier, more exciting version of the game whereas the majors and tour events are more restrained.

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K-golf: South Korea's female golfing phenomenon

Newly-crowned golfing champion Park Sung-hyun has become the latest name in a stellar series of female winners from South Korea.
This week, Park, 23, won the US Women's Open by two shots to claim her first LPGA title. Eight other Korean women also made it to the tour's top 10.
"It's almost like I'm floating on a cloud in the sky," said Park, whose nickname Dak Gong translates to "shut up and attack".
South Korean women have dominated the fiercely-competitive game, claiming victory at the US Women's Open seven times in the past decade. So what makes them so successful?

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Edgewood Tahoe’s Stunning New Lodge is Not Just for Golf Lovers http://bit.ly/2eFycSy
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Round 1 Open grades: Top 10 turned it around

The first round of the 146th Open opened with dark gray skies, a howling wind and driving rain. Thirty minutes later the skies lightened, the rain cleared and the wind dropped with every passing hour (without ever quite going away.)Who best took advantage of conditions (which don't look to be improving for Friday)? And who left himself under threat of a missed cut? It's time for Open grades.

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The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth leads, Ian Poulter & Rory McIlroy in contention

World number three Jordan Spieth shot a one-under-par 69 in testing conditions to take a two-shot lead after two rounds of The Open at Royal Birkdale.
The American, who finished on six under, had to contend with heavy rain, which caused a brief suspension, while gusting wind affected all the players.
Matt Kuchar (71), overnight leader with Spieth and Brooks Koepka, is second.
England's Ian Poulter (70) and US Open champion Koepka (72) are three under, with Rory McIlroy (68) on one under.

Read more: http://bbc.in/2uJ6dbe
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Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort launches golf academy http://bit.ly/2eDz9e1
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The Open 2017: Rory McIlroy on his first round recovery and his caddie pep talk

Birkdale after recovering from a disastrous start to finish one over par and six shots off the lead.
The four-time major winner was five over par after six holes, but had four birdies on the back nine to card a 71.
He revealed caddie JP Fitzgerald lifted him on the sixth tee, saying: "You're Rory McIlroy, what are you doing?"
Meanwhile, co-leader Jordan Spieth rated his display as "nine out of 10".

Read more: http://bbc.in/2gPEzUc
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The Open 2017: Jordan Spieth, Brooks Koepka & Matt Kuchar tied for lead

Double major winner Jordan Spieth leads The Open in a three-way tie with US Open champion Brooks Koepka and Matt Kuchar after benign conditions lit up Royal Birkdale.
The three Americans are on five under par, a shot clear of England's Paul Casey and former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel, with a resurgent Ian Poulter a further shot back.
Rory McIlroy, champion in 2014, endured a horrific start to his title charge, falling to five over after six holes, before a remarkable salvage effort brought four birdies on the back nine.
Two-time champion Ernie Els and world number two Hideki Matsuyama are among 14 men just three shots off the lead after a good day for scoring on the Southport links.

Read more: http://bbc.in/2tmhDxz

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Six luxury treehouses planned for guests in the grounds of grand North East hotel http://bit.ly/2tm6NaB
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