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Golfstream, the leading manufacturer of all-British, precision-built electric golf trolleys, has become sole sponsors of the Kent Golf Veterans League.

Golfstream will provide a range of substantial prizes for the KGVL’s two annual championships – the Singles Championship to be held this year at Sundridge Park Golf Club on Wednesday 17th September and the Group Winners Championship, at West Kent…

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Ineffective play when he is healthy and skipping lots of tournaments between them is leading to Tiger Woods nearing a dip out of the top 10 in the official World Golf Rankings.

Woods fell to 10th in this week’s poll, dropping a spot as RBC Canadian Open runner-up Jim Furyk clambered from 10th to 8th.

Woods was ranked No. 1 at…

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Trolley brand Big Max has added the new Terra 5+ to its bag range.

The Terra 5+ combines Big Max quality, contemporary design and all the practicality you would expect from one of Europe’s biggest brands.

With a 14 way divider top and stacks of space in its 10 pockets the Terra 5+ helps a golfer to organise all their gear…

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In our opinion, Cobra are making some of the best-looking clubs in the market right now – which you probably need to do when Rickie Flower and Ian Poulter are your main Tour representatives.

The BioCell we tested is in the new all black livery and it looks fantastic. The crown is really nice: the Cobra logo serves as a…

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The victory slipped away in the final hole for Jim Furyk at the Canadian Open on Sunday, but his impressive finish left him the chance for bigger fish to fry.

Furyk rose nine spots in the latest FedExCup standings from 14th to fifth, having now finished in the top 10 of seven tournaments this year.

Furyk has 1,680 FedExCup points, 10…

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The big check with his name on it translated into more than just a cool €166,600 in his bank account (after taxes and his agent’s cut, of course) for David Horsey on Sunday in Moscow.

It also meant a move into the current group of players eligible for the Race to Dubai year end tournament.

His winnings at the Russian Open…

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The only man with a legitimate chance to catch Jim Furyk headed into the final round of the Canadian Open did just that on Sunday at the Royal Montreal.

South Africa’s Tim Clark shot a 5-under 65 and won the tournament with a 6-foot par putt on No. 18 to win the tournament by a single stroke.

It’s the first win…

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After all those birdies he piled up over four rounds to take the lead at the Russian Open, all David Horsey really needed was a par to win it.

Horsey parred the first hole of a sudden-death playoff against Ireland’s Damien McGrane, who bogeyed it, to give the 29-year-old Englishman his first European Tour title in more than three years.


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The way he plays north of the border, you’d never guess Jim Furyk is no Canadian, but a guy born in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

The 44-year-old American who last won on the PGA Tour in 2010 fired a 5-under 65 to drop to 15-under for the tournament, taking a three-stroke lead into Sunday’s final round.

Only two players are within five…

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David Horsey’s penthouse at the top of the M2M Russian Open leader board just got a new resident on Saturday.

Scotland’s Peter Whiteford shot a 66 for the second time in three days to surge into a tie for first at 13-under with one day left at the Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club in Moscow.

Whiteford was white-hot on the front…

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