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1d ago
World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler cemented his stature as the game’s current dominant golfer with a second victory at the Masters Tournament in three years. It was also his ninth career PGA TOUR victory and third title in four starts. His four-stroke win over Ludvig Åberg comes just weeks before the arrival of his first child with his wife, Meredith. This is his blog from Augusta National. By Scottie Scheffler It’s hard to put into words how special this win is. It’s been a long week, a grind of a week as the golf course was so challenging, and to be wearing this green jacket again and getting ..read more
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TOP OF THE TOPS
GolfPlus Monthly
by Golf Plus Monthly
2w ago
By Randy O. Williams As one of the more versatile means of expressing oneself out on the golf course (and off the course as well), shirts continue to “stretch” the fashion boundaries. What we’d like to do with this story is provide our readers with insights about Tops with excerpts from my recent interview with an industry expert and the son of a golf legend. Established in 2020, Super Mex Golf is a legacy apparel brand by one of the greatest golfers to have ever played the game, the man known as “Super Mex,” (for his Hispanic heritage), Lee Trevino. His World Golf Hall of Fame career includ ..read more
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Nakajima wins Hero Indian Open with record winning score, India’s Ahlawat tied second
GolfPlus Monthly
by Golf Plus Monthly
3w ago
Keita Nakajima was never really threatened at the USD 2.25 mliion Hero Indian Open as he won by four shots and set a record for a winning total by aggregating 17-under, three better than the winning score of 2023 achieved by Germany’s Marcel Siem, who was injured and couldn’t defend his title this year. Nakajima’s win was never in doubt, it was only about the margin of victory. At one stage, Nakajima was nine clear of the field, but finally finished four ahead to take his maiden DP World Tour title at the DLF Golf and Country Club. After touching 21-under after eight holes on the final day ..read more
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Asian legends tip Matsuyama to enjoy golden run
GolfPlus Monthly
by Golf Plus Monthly
1M ago
By Chuah Choo Chiang If Hideki Matsuyama beats the strongest field in golf and becomes the first Japanese winner at THE PLAYERS Championship this week, those who blazed the trail for Asian golf before him will be the least surprised. Matsuyama, who is now the winningest Asian golfer on the PGA TOUR with nine victories, makes his ninth start at THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass on Thursday with his sights set firmly on the coveted swinging golfer trophy which comes with winning the TOUR’s flagship US$25 million showpiece. THE PLAYERS celebrates its 50th anniversary this week. T ..read more
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MAKE MORE OF YOUR TIME ON THE RANGE
GolfPlus Monthly
by Golf Plus Monthly
1M ago
Don’t waste time bashing balls into a field… a Toptracer Range will transform your practice What does your average visit to the driving range look like? If it’s anything like ours, you’ll head there with all the right intentions, but end up hitting your favourite club your favourite yardage 30 times… and a load of drives into a field. It’s monotonous, boring and it doesn’t help your game. But imagine how much fun – and useful – a range session would be if you could play a virtual course like St Andrews. Or access numbers like spin rates and carry distance. Or even benchmark your stats with ..read more
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Making history and inspiring a nation provide reasons that golf is in a good spot
GolfPlus Monthly
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1M ago
By Chuah Choo Chiang- The writer is senior director, marketing and communications – APAC for the PGA TOUR and is based in Malaysia. Two feats, which took place five days and some 15,000km apart, delivered timely reminders as to why golf continues to appeal to the masses where accomplishments sprinkled with touches of inspiration and historical proportions proved that the true essence of our sport is alive and well. In Los Angeles where the game’s leading stars had gathered a fortnight ago for the Genesis Invitational, a tournament hosted by Tiger Woods, Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama broke a p ..read more
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HERO INDIAN OPEN RETURNS WITH A BIGGER PRIZE PURSE 
GolfPlus Monthly
by Golf Plus Monthly
1M ago
The Hero Indian Open – the country’s National Open and flagship golf tournament – is returning to usher in a new era in Indian golf with an enhanced prize purse and several first-time incentives. The 2024 edition of the Hero Indian Open will be held between March 28-31, 2024 at the DLF Golf & Country Club, Gurugram. Dr. Pawan Munjal, Executive Chairman, Hero MotoCorp, said, “For more than two decades, the Hero Indian Open has served as the cornerstone of Indian golf, embodying our nation’s golfing spirit with distinction. It brings me immense satisfaction to have played a guiding role ..read more
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Vani Kapoor thrilled for debut at Hana Financial Group Singapore Women’s Open
GolfPlus Monthly
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1M ago
Indian golfer Vani Kapoor is relishing her maiden KLPGA Tour start at the Hana Financial Group Singapore Women’s Open from March 7-10 and looks forward to measuring herself against a top-class field of competitors. The 30-year-old Kapoor stands as the sole Indian flagbearer at the Tanah Merah Country Club and is committed to showcasing the prowess of Indian women’s golf, bolstered by a strong local circuit. Having predominantly played on the Ladies European Tour, Kapoor is excited about the opportunity to compete alongside major winner Patty Tavatanakit of Thailand and top KLPGA stars such ..read more
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CHANDIGARH GREENS TO GLOBAL GLORY :YUVRAJ SANDHU’S AUDACIOUS SWING
GolfPlus Monthly
by Golf Plus Monthly
2M ago
Sunbeams paint Chandigarh gold, shimmering off the map plastered on Yuvraj Singh Sandhu’s wall. At 26, ambition gleams in his eyes like polished clubs. Six countries, fi ve tours, countless miles – it is a journey etched with grit, not gold. Earning hard-fought status on the Asian Tour and Challenge Tour, lifelong friendships forged in foreign bunkers – these are Yuvraj’s precious trophies. Yuvraj has savored victory’s nectar and the roar of crowds nine times in four seasons of his professional golf career. In the process, the rigorous practice regime, extensive travel, and high degree of co ..read more
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Diksha Dagar seventh, Vani 16th at Kenya Ladies Open
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2M ago
Diksha Dagar gave herself a fine start with 2-under 71 at the 2024 Magical Kenya Ladies Open at Vipingo Ridge. Dagar led a group of four Indians playing in Kenya this week. Diksha was tied seventh, while  Vani Kapoor (72) was Tied-16 despite a closing double bogey. Pranavi Urs, who dropped a lot of shots at the end with three bogeys in the last five holes, scored even par 73. Pranavi was Tied-32nd. Indian amateur, Avani Prashanth (80) was way down and will struggle to make the cut. Three players Eleanor Givens, Cara Gorlei and Lauren Walsh all produced rounds of 69 (-4) to sit at the ..read more
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