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What makes a good player become a great player?

It’s that age-old question. What makes a good player great?
I have pondered this question a few times recently.
One was following the win of a 16-year-old in my local club’s senior championship. It was the third time a 16-year-old had won the club’s main championship and it’s hard not to ask yourself: How far will this lad go?

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Scheduling a NZ Open is easier said than done

Over the past few weeks I have been delighted with the reaction from golf fans regarding the news that Lydia Ko will return to New Zealand to play in February.

After another fantastic year of success for golf’s golden girl, Lydia will be the headline act at the stunning Clearwater Golf Club in Christchurch where she will defend her ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open title.

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Let’s speed it up in 2016

As we all know, the time it takes to play a round of golf is cited as one of the main reasons the game is suffering from declining membership and participation.  

The most common solution is to suggest a move to nine (or even six) hole golf.  That does have its place -– for example twilight tournaments –- but most golf club members would state a preference for the traditional 18 holes, whilst at the same time complaining about how long it takes to play at their own club.

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