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Where2Golf spotlight

Courses:

Plantation course, Kapalua – iconic Maui golf club, host of the PGA Tour’s 2017 opening event – the Tournament of Champions.
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:
South African Open: (Jan 12-15): the third oldest men’s national open championship (after The Open and US Open) is hosted for the fourth straight time at Glendower GC.
South African Women’s Open: (Jan 26-28): Lee-Anne Pace goes for her third straight win in her national open championship at San Lameer.

Who's Who: 
Lydia Ko – world No.1 woman golfer for the whole of 2016. What will 2017 bring New Zealand’s golfing superstar?
Lee Westwood – with over 40 professional wins under his belt, can “Westy” make it a breakthrough year and win a major championship title?


  
 

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