2009

  • North East Corporate Masters

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Wednesday, 3 June 2009

    De Vere Slaley Hall is hosting the North East Corporate Masters on Tuesday 15th September 2009, for senior executives doing business in the North East. Knight of the North To play at De Vere Slaley Hall is to walk in the footsteps of some of the world’s best golfers. The Dave Thomas-designed Hunting Course has regularly hosted the European and European...

  • Scottish Corporate Cup

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Tuesday, 2 June 2009

    The Carrick is hosting the Scottish Corporate Cup on Wednesday 9th September 2009, for senior executives doing business in Scotland. History Having opened in 2007, De Vere’s latest gem, The Carrick on Loch Lomond has quickly established itself as one of the UK’s premier golf courses. Set in a breathtaking location on the banks of Loch Lomond surrounded by the...

  • Centre of Excellence opens at Celtic Manor under Arnie's watchful eye

    Written by TG staff writer on Monday, 1 June 2009

    The Celtic Manor Resort Golf Academy has opened a new state-of-the-art all-weather practice facility – in the presence of golfing legend Arnold Palmer. The new short-game facility, now Wales' National Centre of Excellence, was unveiled earlier this month during Palmer’s visit to the upcoming Ryder Cup venue. The practice area features three Huxley All-Weather Golf Greens and three large Huxley All-Weather Practice Tees enabling...

  • Engineering Corporate Masters

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Monday, 1 June 2009

    Marriott Forest of Arden is hosting the Engineering Corporate Masters on Wednesday 1st July 2009, for senior executives and their guests in the engineering industry. History The Championship course at Marriott Forest of Arden is one of England’s top inland championship golf courses.  The Arden course is situated amidst the trout lakes of Lord Aylesford’s 10,000acre estate at Packington Park. ...

  • Financial Services Corporate Masters

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Sunday, 31 May 2009

    Walton Heath’s Old Course is hosting the Financial Services Corporate Masters on Monday 22nd June 2009, for IFA’s intermediaries and senior executives in the financial industry. History With a history taking in such luminaries as James Braid, Winston Churchill, Edward VIII and Jack Nicklaus, Walton Heath has a story to tell.  The two courses intertwine through some of the most...

  • English Corporate Cup

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Saturday, 30 May 2009

    Stoke Park is hosting the English Corporate Cup on Monday 15th June 2009, for senior executives and their guests doing business in England. A touch of gold The Stoke Park Club is located at Stoke Poges, a charismatic town situated on the fringe of the Chiltern Hundreds.  Designed by Harry Colt and officially opened in 1908, Stoke Park is undeniably...

  • Construction Corporate Masters

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Friday, 29 May 2009

    Stoke Park is hosting the Construction Corporate Masters on Wednesday 10th June 2009, for senior executives and their guests in the construction industry. A touch of gold The Stoke Park Club is located at Stoke Poges, a charismatic town situated on the fringe of the Chiltern Hundreds.  Designed by Harry Colt and officially opened in 1908, Stoke Park is undeniably...

  • Callaway to the rescue at TG Golf Shop

    Written by TG Features Writer on Friday, 29 May 2009

    It's never been easier to buy the best golf gear at the cheapest prices than with TG Golf Shop. This week on TG Golf Shop many of you have been turning to Callaway for rescue clubs and hybrids and PowaKaddy have been cleaning up in the trolleys section. Rescue clubs 1. Callaway FT Rescue 2. Callaway X Hybrid 3. Cobra Baffler TWS Wedges 1. Titleist Vokey...

  • Holes-in-one help on Handicap Tracker

    Written by TG Features Writer on Friday, 29 May 2009

    It doesn't get any better than a hole-in-one and four lucky TG readers on Handicap Tracker have achieved that great feat recently. Chris Powell (eight handicap), Timothy French (23 handicap), Steven Thomson (28 handicap) and Neville Pope (19 handicap) all found the bottom of the cup with a single blow. As well as providing unrivalled ecstasy and emptying their pockets at the 19th,...

  • The HSBC/Golf World Champion of Champions Qualifying Dates

    Written by Golf World on Thursday, 28 May 2009

    Are you the current Club Champion at your golf club? Then you can enter a fantastic competition which could see you win a trip to Royal Birkdale. For more details about this event and how to enter click here... Champion of Champions qualifying dates: Southport & Ainsdale: Monday 6th July The Belfry – PGA National: Tuesday 21st July Saunton – East: Wednesday 22nd...

  • TG Most Improved Golfer

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Thursday, 28 May 2009

    You could be crowned TG's Most Improved Golfer of 2009 and win an absolute stack of prizes! Plus... everyone who takes part can claim a FREE 30-minute game assessment with TG Top 12 Teacher and Sky commentator Scott Cranfield. Cut your handicap by the most shots this summer and we'll send you on a golfing holiday of a lifetime. There are...

  • Stop swinging 'over the top'!

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Thursday, 28 May 2009

    "Jules, it looks like you've worked hard on your action. It's difficult to be totally subjective without seeing your ball flight but it's a great swing. "I feel your right hand grip creeps a little 'under' or strong and your hands set back. This means you have to create a little too much roll or hand action in your backswing to...

  • Will you be golfing in Wales ahead of the Ryder Cup?

    Written by TG Features Writer on Wednesday, 27 May 2009

    With the greatest team event in golf heading to Celtic Manor in Wales next year the eyes of the golfing world will be on the principality. We want to know if you'll be heading to Wales to sample golf in the country before the world's top players arrive for the Ryder Cup in 2010. Are you planning to get ahead of the...

  • What do you think of the new Today's Golfer website?

    Written by TG Features Writer on Tuesday, 26 May 2009

    The brand-spanking new Today's Golfer website has been live for six weeks now and we want to know what you think about it. Are you happy with the incresed focus on equipment, instruction and courses? What do you like about the new site? What don't you like? And is it easy to find what you want? By taking 60 seconds to fill...

  • The New July Issue Of Today's Golfer Magazine Out Now!

    Written by TG Staff Wrtier on Tuesday, 26 May 2009

    Hit it closer than you ever have before with the help of the latest issue of Today’s Golfer magazine. If you dream of finding more fairways and peppering more pins, you need to get your hands on the new issue of TG – on sale now!...

  • In the new Golf World

    Tuesday, 26 May 2009

    The new Golf World is out now, packed with pro instruction, Tour interviews, event previews and gear insight.

  • may22 blindgolfwinner

    Written by TG staff writer on Friday, 22 May 2009

    With the Blind Golf season just two months old, current Blind Open champ and Yes! Golf stalwart Mike Mayo chalked up his first win of the season at the SBGS Greater Glasgow Classic at Wishaw GC. Lanarkshire. Mayo only narrowly missed out on the winner’s trophy in the previous week’s SBGS West Classic at Prestwick St Nicolas by just two shots. He...

  • Stand tall and be counted

    Written by Adrian Fryer on Friday, 22 May 2009

    Well Louis, for the amount of time I believe you have been playing you have developed a great swing. But two areas you need to improve are your posture and takeaway. If you tilt forward too much over the ball at set-up your weight can get too much in your toes affecting your balance and power, so set up a little...

  • Pilsner Urquell gives golfers a virtual crack at Turnberry

    Written by TG staff writer on Friday, 22 May 2009

    To celebrate and raise awareness of its status as the Official Beer of The Open Championship, Pilsner Urquell is launching its very own ‘19th Hole’ events. The free outdoor events are open to everyone and will see golfers enjoy a virtual round at this year’s Open Championship venue, Turnberry, while enjoying a free pint of Pilsner Urquell. They will also have the...

  • Hard work pays off with steady progress on Handicap Tracker

    Written by TG Features Writer on Friday, 22 May 2009

    Sadly there aren't any quick fixes when it comes to golf, but you can make massive improvements with a bit or hard work and persistence. By monitoring these steady improvements on our FREE Handicap Tracker service you'll automatically be entered into the TG Most Improved Golfer competition, with thousands of pounds of top prizes up for grabs. It's been steady improvement all the way for...

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