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October
The PGA Tour heads to Asia and the CIMB Classic
By: Ross Starkey

Whilst the European Tour has embraced the Far East with its golf tournaments for a number of years, the PGA Tour has been slow to follow. In 2010 the CIMB Classic became the first sanctioned PGA Tour event in SE Asia. This year it also becomes the first regular Tour event to have ranking FedExCup points and becomes the biggest golfing event ever to be held in Malaysia.

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14
October
Its all about the kids at Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
By: Ross Starkey

There is something ironic that the one event on the PGA Tour that is dedicated to improving the lives of children is played amidst the excesses of the worlds biggest adult playground. Sin city hosts this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open where Ryan Moore defends his title.

 

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09
October
Why Apple's iOS 7 update is great news for golfers
By: Ross Starkey

I remember taking a trip to the practise ground with my dad once. Armed with a video camera we set about recording his golf swing from different angles. In the days before mobile phones, DVDs or even PCs, it was perhaps the first, and last, time he ever embraced technology.  Golfers today are spoilt for choice with online media and apps available for self recording and analysing their swings. And things just got even better with Apple's iOS 7 software update.

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08
October
The new PGA Tour season starts at the Frys.com Open
By: Ross Starkey

No sooner does one PGA Tour season finish, a brand new one arrives. With a change to the PGA scheduling, the Fall Series now becomes the start of the 2014 season and a chance for web.com graduates to set out their stall, instead of a fight for Tour cards for those at the lower end of the money list.

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02
October
Reading a putt is not an art form
By: Ross Starkey

When it comes to putting and trying to read a green, there can be a lot to consider. We are bombarded with so much information from magazines and websites, we can easily be misled into thinking that reading a green, establishing the line and holing putts is something of an art.

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30
September
The Seve Trophy is a celebration of emerging European talent
By: Ross Starkey

When Seve Ballesteros gave us the Seve Trophy in 2000, I don't think he quite envisioned how under-subscribed it would be for the leading European players. This year's edition highlights this issue with the top six GB & Ireland qualifiers and top two Continental Europeans all making alternative arrangements. Yet this can ultimately be a great opportunity for European golf.

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