Any game of golf requires planning and concentration. For you to win a game, it’s critical that you understand how the environment impacts play. Now that Autumn is upon us, wind can present you with some unique challenges. After all, golf is usually played in wide-open spaces where there is little protection from the elements. But wind isn’t solely a barrier to play. When you play golf in the wind, you can make wind your friend.
Autumn is very nearly here, there’s no stopping it. Before you know it the leaves on the trees will start changing from green to golden and we will be seeing more and more Christmas gifts in the shops. And while many may feel that the change in weather stops you from hitting the fairways and enjoying your golf, we want to look at why as an avid golfer who wants to get the best value for money without compromising your game, why purchasing a PlayMoreGolf membership anytime of the year is still a great option. We look at ten reasons why you should look at starting your membership this autumn.
August 13th is International Lefthanders Day! A day according to their website is the chance to tell your friend and family how proud you are of being a lefty!
With the AIG Women’s Open starting this Thursday we are once again putting our golf knowledge to the test to give you our top 5 predictions for the Open. We are hoping to pick the winner for the first time (our predictions haven’t always hit the mark) but we did do pretty well with our predictions for the Amundi Evian Championships, with all 5 predictions making the cut and three of the 5 picks featuring in the top 10. Nelly Korda and Jin-Young Ko both finishing T8 and Charley Hull finishing T3.
Starting today we have the Women’s Amundi Evian Championship, and we are looking at our top 5 contenders for the event. Now saying that, when looking at our previous predictions for the KPMG Women’s PGA Championships last month you will see how far off we were. Two of our top 5 didn’t make the cut and only one, Jennifer Kupcho who finished T16 placed in the top 40. Now saying that we think with the predictions below we are onto a winner, with our top 5 contenders being:
The 150th Open will be starting next week at St Andrews, where they will be hosting the event for the 30th time. For many spectators to the sport, watching competitive play at St Andrews can be fascinating due to the potential of shooting a low score, but there is also the real threat of a painful score, impacted by some challenging holes but also the impact of mother nature.
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