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New collection from Walrus Apparel

Walrus is not a new name in the golfing world, having been associated with Craig Stadler many years ago. Fast forward to 2017 and Walrus Apparel has l

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Golf insurance focuses on juniors

Children are always more prone to accidents than adults and none more so than on a golf course – but parents can now have peace of mind with the arriv

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Get into Golf partner with Nottingham council

Free Get into golf opportunities are on offer at three Nottingham parks throughout the summer. Everyone is welcome to attend drop-in sessions at Wo

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Ellis fights back to win Amateur Championship

Harry Ellis battled back from four holes down with five to play to win the 36-hole final of The 122nd Amateur Championship at Royal St George’s. The 2

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PING launches SS18 men’s performance apparel

PING has unveiled details of its new 2018 Spring/Summer men’s apparel range. Enhancing the brand’s commitment to helping golfers look and play their b

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Golf Genius sign exclusive deal with Marriott

Golf Genius, leading global provider of cloud based golf event software, has agreed a deal with Marriott Golf UK to become the exclusive golf event ma

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New high-tech videos from PowaKaddy

PowaKaddy has unveiled an exciting line of high-tech videos that offer a deeper insight into the cutting-edge technology on offer with its new Freeway

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Foster retains senior crown

Hertfordshire’s Jackie Foster played superb sub-par golf to successfully defend her title as English senior women’s stroke play champion. She shot

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Golf Foundation unveil ‘The Journey’

National charity the Golf Foundation has released a short film to encourage more young people who have never thought about playing golf to give the sp

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Amateur Championship to enjoy greater exposure

Highlights of The 122nd Amateur Championship will be broadcast on Sky Sports 4 this week. The Championship runs until 24 June at Royal St George’s

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New members and strengthening old relationships

Philip Morley, independent executive chair of the BGIA, gives GOLF RETAILING readers the latest on what the organisation has been doing to grow and su

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10 minutes with: David Hunter, Shot Scope

The CEO of the performance tracking company talks about the challenges of leading a start-up business, why sinking a ten foot putt is his best ever sh

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It’s golf – but not as we know it

GOLF RETAILING takes a look at the next generation of products transforming the golf industry.  The putting machine which also acts as a coach (pic

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The Ryder Cup and Paris, perfect for a golfing tour

In 2018 France will host the Ryder Cup for the first time at Le Golf National, near Paris. Glyn Pritchard travelled to the course courtesy of Your Gol

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Golf clubs, driving ranges and high street stores; who delivers the best fitting experience?

Working exclusively with GOLF RETAILING, 59club – Europe’s leading customer service analysts and training provider – have gone undercover to determine

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The Sky’s the limit

With members and customers increasingly expecting some form of technology to be used by their pro, Andy Brown talked to James Holmes, UK and European

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New challenges

Grant Wright, owner of World of Golf in Croydon and CEO of New Malden Golf Centre, argues that golf clubs need to work harder than ever before to attr

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The most important stick in the bag

Custom fitting for irons and drivers has become commonplace now in the industry, but what about custom fitting for arguably the most important club in

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App design guide: seven top tips

Jenni Biggs, app project director of golf2win.co.uk takes a close look at how all golf clubs can ensure their app really works for them. Golf apps

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Technical Advances?

Technology has altered the way all golf pros teach – mostly for the better – but some caution is required, writes Sue Shapcott. Over the past 20 ye

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