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The PGA Tour stars move down the California coast for this week's Genesis Invitational. Tiger Woods will be there to host - though he won't be playing - and there is a cracking field in place at Riviera, including World No 1 Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka.NCG's Steve Carroll and golf form expert Barry Plummer discuss run the rule ov…
 
How many times have you been in a club fitting and you're not quite getting the performance out of the golf ball that you'd like? Well, it's a very simple fix.So for this episode of the All the Gear podcast, Hannah Holden spoke to Mike Fox, director of golf ball and accessories at TaylorMade, to learn about everything we're getting right - and wron…
 
The PGA Tour moves back to the Cali coast for the always popular Pebble Beach Pro-Am - or Pebble Beach No-Am as it will be known this year after the Tour decided that, due to the Covid pandemic, the celebrity competition won't be taking place. NCG's Steve Carroll and golf form expert Barry Plummer discuss run the rule over the field and this week t…
 
Some of golf's biggest names, including its two most recent major champions in World No 1 Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau, are joining their European Tour peers for the third Saudi International this week, while the PGA Tour event is a fans' favourite in the Waste Management Phoenix Open.So who are NCG's Steve Carroll and golf form expert Barr…
 
A major champion, more than a dozen tour titles, and a three-time Ryder Cup winner - and those are just the highlights. To borrow the cliché, there isn’t much Graeme McDowell hasn’t done in golf.Now 41, the popular Northern Irishman sat down with me for this episode of the Slam podcast from NCG to discuss growing up in the game, his college career,…
 
In this week's Dialled In, Steve Carroll and golf form expert Barry Plummer lay out their best bets for the Dubai Desert Classic and Farmers' Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.Is course form all important in this latest stop on the Middle East swing and how much can we take from a pit-stop in California before the stars return for the US Open in June?…
 
English clubs are again in the throes of a national lockdown and golf courses are closed. When will they open again? Who knows. And that uncertainty has once more left clubs grabbling with furloughs, finances, and fixtures.How are they navigating this latest shutdown? What have they learned from the experiences of March and November and how do they…
 
In this week's Dialled In, a new betting and preview podcast from NationalClubGolfer.com, Steve Carroll and golf form expert Barry Plummer team up for a detailed look at the opening event of the 2021 European Tour season, the star-studded Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.Who do you think is going to get off to a great start? Will Rory and JT shine, or i…
 
It has been a tumultuous first year in charge of England Golf for chief executive Jeremy Tomlinson.Within weeks of officially taking over the reins at Woodhall Spa last January, the coronavirus pandemic swamped the nation and the governing body have been dealing with its effects ever since.Add in the introduction of the World Handicap System, one o…
 
It’s one of the most well-known streets in golf – a thoroughfare always thronged with spectators at the climax to an Open Championship at St Andrews.It’s hosts Tom Morris’ shop and the famous golf clubs that wind their way down the side of the Old Course’s 18th hole.Walking down The Links, as the road is known, is a pilgrimage for millions of golfe…
 
It's probably the most talked about new course since Kingsbarns first thrust onto the scene in a blaze of publicity 20 years ago. Dumbarnie Links is the newest addition to an already crowded Fife corridor and the Clive Clark design has been getting rave reviews since it opened at the end of May.While the coronavirus pandemic stalled international t…
 
Can you believe it's been 30 years since Galvin Green launched their first product? Our equipment expert Hannah Holden hasn't even been alive that long!To mark the anniversary Hannah spoke to Galvin Green CEO Nicholai Stein to find out exactly what's changed over those 30 years, where their products can go in the future, what should be your go to p…
 
How will Lockdown 2.0 really affect golf clubs? What’s in store on the other side and what does the future look like for the industry?They’re questions being considered at clubs across England as the sport tries to navigate its way through an enforced closure for the second time this year.Independent golf consultant Phil Grice is in an perfect plac…
 
When Knebworth Golf Club's general manager Mark Bierton saw a puff of smoke coming from an electrical meter, he had two choices: call the fire brigade, or open the door to check it.He chose the former, and with it potentially dozens of lives, including his own - not to mention the clubhouse itself.He tells NCG the story of that fateful day and how …
 
It's finally here. After what has seemed like several years of build up, the World Handicap System has arrived and we can take to the course and play under the new global order.It's the biggest shake up in amateur golf in decades and if there are still elements that you're confused about then we are hear to help.If you haven’t already, click on to …
 
Seven days to D-Day – the dawn of the biggest shake up in amateur golf in decades. The World Handicap System arrives on November 2 and if there are still elements that leave you utterly befuddled, never fear we are here to help.If you haven’t already, click on to our dedicated WHS page at nationalclubgolfer.com where you can find detailed explanati…
 
With holes carved out of a quarry – and a course that really is the epitome of golf at its most natural – Cleeve Hill rides high in ranking lists and is beloved by the sport’s purists.And yet, at present, that won’t be enough to save it. The Gloucestershire course, laid out by Old Tom Morris, is set to close on March 31 next year.Those taking the d…
 
The World Handicap System arrives on November 2 and if there are still elements that leave you utterly befuddled, never fear we are here to help.If you haven’t already, head over to NationalClubGolfer.com and click on to our dedicated WHS page where you can find detailed explanations of everything from how your handicap might move under the new sys…
 
Golf clubs should prepare for a challenging renewals period next year with players weighing up what to do with less disposable income as the coronavirus pandemic continues to bite.Speaking on the NCG Podcast, Alastair Sinclair, chief executive of Play More Golf, said there was "no doubt" the traditional January and April months when clubs asked mem…
 
Howard Schickler spent decades cultivating some of the earliest photographs of golf's champions. As the USGA acquired a collection spanning more than 1,000 images, he talks us through his life's work.Discover the full story of how Schickler put together his collection, the highlights, and why he devoted his life to it, in the NCG Podcast.…
 
Remember that old Remington advert where the gentleman says he liked their razor blades so much he bought the company?Well now it's happened in golf.Businessman Ryan Howsam has become the first person to own a controlling stake in a major golf tour. What was formerly the European Seniors Tour and, since 2017, the Staysure Tour is now the Legends To…
 
It’s a venue that’s synonymous with big tournaments – and now the Belfry is back once again in the European Tour spotlight.Four times a Ryder Cup host, and a regular tour stop throughout its four-decade history, the Warwickshire resort has stepped in to hold the concluding event on the quickly organised UK swing – the inaugural UK Championship.But …
 
What a time to buy a golf club. The team who own Prince’s branched out and acquired Chart Hills late last year – the club best known for being Sir Nick Faldo’s first European design and infamous for its bunkers – and unveiled some big plans.Then coronavirus struck and threw the entire industry into shutdown for almost two months.But they have press…
 
The World Handicap System and one of the biggest changes to the way we play the game in decades comes into force on November 2.The dreaded .1 will disappear forever and our handicaps will apply the world over, whether we’re playing at our home club, the Old Course, or that bucket list layout in Florida.But if you still don’t know your course rating…
 
It’s been one of the most anticipated new golf courses for many years – an instant bucket list visit in a corner of Scotland that’s already choc-full of them.The transformation of largely flat pasture into a dunescaped golfing paradise has had players purring since Dumbarnie Links opened its doors.But the beautiful course on the coast in Fife has a…
 
It was an unexpected, but heartening, consequence of the coronavirus catastrophe. As nations took the tentative steps of opening up after lockdown, and people grasped for any semblance of normality, golf was able to step into the breech – the perfect sport for social distancing.First in England, and then across the rest of the UK as each country re…
 
It’s been a long wait, hasn’t it? But professional golf at the highest level is finally about to kick start in Europe and it’s a course in the North East of England that will be the star.The British Masters will beam out across the continent, showcasing the charms of Close House in a tournament hosted by the club’s attached tour professional Lee We…
 
Quiz question: Who was the first left-hander to play in the Ryder Cup? Nope, it was Peter Dawson in 1977.Indeed Peter is the only left-handed player to represent GB&I or Europe in the Ryder Cup and, in this podcast, gives us a fascinating insight into being a tour pro in the 1970s – which many people consider the golden age of tour golf and, given …
 
Lockdown probably couldn't have come at a worse time for Tom Matthews. After just six events of his sophomore season at Eastern Florida State College, a spell that brought a victory and a quintet of top five finishes, the Oswestry golfer had bagged an autumn spot at Appalachian State and the big time of NCAA division I golf.The coronavirus crisis h…
 
The subject of women's participation in golf reared its ugly head again recently.In this episode of the NCG Podcast, Hannah Holden joins Alex Perry to not only discuss the backlash against Mel Reid for speaking out, but break down each argument against her point and explain why, particularly in this game, you're damned if you do and damned if you d…
 
For many of us, it was the golden age of European golf, a time when the likes of Bernhard Langer, Jose Maria Olazabal and Sandy Lyle stalked the fairways in search of major championships.We grew up watching those mighty talents in the 1980s and 1990s and many are still plying their trade today on the Staysure Tour.Tony Rushmer and Mike Morley are i…
 
When will we be able to play golf again and will it be different after the lockdown ends?Host Alex Perry is joined by club golf experts Steve Carroll and Tom Irwin to discuss what golf will look like once we are allowed to play again and how clubs across the UK can take advantage.由National Club Golfer
 
There is every possibility the suspension of all tournament golf during the coronavirus pandemic could mean an autumn of European Tour events in the UK.That was the message from the Tour's chief executive Keith Pelley, who said in an email to players that "the financial reality is that our UK events, in addition to our Rolex Series tournaments, are…
 
If you haven't seen, the 149th Open will now be played in 2021 while the other three golf majors – the Masters, US Open, and PGA Championship – have new dates later in the year.In this episode of the NCG Podcast, Alex Perry and Steve Carroll try to decipher the decisions made at the very top of the game and ask if there is any possibility of us see…
 
There are few people more steeped in golf than John Roger Jones – his list of achievements is both long and illustrious.Three times a Welsh strokeplay champion and twice winner of the matchplay, JR – as he is affectionately known – clocked up 85 caps for his country before becoming both a Wales and Walker Cup selector.Elected to the R&A’s champions…
 
Romain Langasque beat Bryson DeChambeau 4&3 in the 2016 Georgia Cup – a matchplay showdown between the Amateur and US Amateur champions held at the Golf Club of Georgia, a couple of hours from Augusta National, the week before the Masters.Langasque and DeChambeau would go on to be the only amateurs to make the cut and both turned professional the d…
 
Jamie Donaldson joins Alex Perry and Mark Townsend on the podcast for a fun and fascinating insight into his Ryder Cup experienceIn the second of three special edition Ryder Cup podcasts, Jamie Donaldson chats to NCG about his experience at Gleneagles in 2014 about why he wanted to partner Lee Westwood, Paul McGinley’s captaincy, and what Billy Fos…
 
Chris Wood joins Alex Perry and Mark Townsend on the podcast to bare his soul in a fascinating insight into his Ryder Cup experienceIn the first of three special edition Ryder Cup podcasts, Chris Wood chats to NCG about his experience at Hazeltine in 2016 under the stewardship of Darren Clarke.Chris Wood joins Alex Perry and Mark Townsend on the po…
 
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