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Where2Golf spotlight

Courses:

PGA National – Five great courses at this renowned Florida resort; home to the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic (Feb 23-26) and the infamous “Bear Trap”.
Muirfield – will the Honourable Society of Edinburgh Golfers vote in favour of admitting women members in their ballot re-run in the New Year?

Tournaments:
Pebble Beach Pro-Am: (Feb 9-12): iconic California venue hosts the 80th playing of this famous event, first won by Sam Snead in 1937.
Chubb Classic: (Feb 17-19): a successful defence by Champions Tour phenomenon Bernhard Langer would give him four wins in this event in seven years.

Who's Who: 
Lee-Anne Pace – South African Lee-Anne Pace recorded her third straight win in her national Open Championship.
Justin Thomas – two in a row for Thomas in Hawaii as he became the youngest ever player to record a round of 59 on the PGA Tour.


  
 
 
    Lake Karrinyup CC, Perth (Aus)
    ISPS HANDA World Super 6 
  2017 defending champion  Louis Oosthuizen 


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