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Where2Golf latest updates

Courses:

Muirfield: after 273 years, the Honourable Society of Edinburgh Golfers does the honourable thing and opens its doors to women members.
Harbour Town: Hilton Head Island’s No.1 course prepares to host the Heritage Classic (RBC Heritage) for the 49th time.

Tournaments:
Masters Tournament: first major championship of the men’s season ends (as ever) in high drama, and sees its third Spanish winner i.e. Sergio Garcia.
ANA Inspiration: first major of the year, and yet another example of an armchair viewer and shameful rules interpretations trampling on the true spirit of golf.

Who's Who: 
Sergio Garcia: After 74 starts in major championships, and on the late Seve Ballesteros’s 60th birthday, Sergio wins his first major at Augusta National.
Lexi Thompson: deserving winner of a second major championship, but denied by the fiasco finish at the ANA Inspiration.



  
 
  

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