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Where2Golf spotlights


Courses:
Danzante Bay: this spectacular new Rees Jones design, located near the historic city of Loreto in Mexico, sits alongside the Villa del Palmar Resort.
The Kinloch Club: Lake Taupo, in the centre of New Zealand’s North Island, provides the setting for one of the country’s top-rated Stay&Play golf venues.

Tournaments: 
Tournament of ChampionsJustin Thomas defends his title on Kapalua’s famed Plantation course in the PGA Tour’s 2018 opener (Jan 4-7).
South African Open: the European Tour kicks-off 2018 with the 107th South African Open, the world’s second oldest national championship (Jan 11-14).

Who's Who:
Tommy Horton: true gentleman of golf and record five-time winner of the European Senior Tour Order of Merit passed away in December 2017 aged 76.
Georgia Hall: 21-year-old Solheim Cup player won the 2017 Ladies European Tour Order of Merit, although a first win on the Tour has still eluded her.




  
 
  

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