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DAVID SHACKLADY is hoping recurring injury problems do not undermine a season so rich in promise.Read
PAUL PLATT celebrated his return to Southport and Ainsdale, where he was an amateur 10 years ago, by winning the individual section of the Liverpool Alliance.Read
NICK DOUGHERTY’S swift exit from the Accenture World Match Play Championship has not damaged his Ryder Cup hopes.Read
THE old adage ‘beware the injured golfer’ rang true as Ormskirk’s David Shacklady retained his Lancs PGA Overseas Pro-am title in Portugal.Read
THE Southport-based Prestige Tour for Amateur Golfers has announced its 2008 schedule starting on April 10-11 at Turnberry, next year’s Open championship venue.Read
IF GOLF in Moscow takes on something of the British style in the coming months, it is likely to owe something to Aya Sadykova.Read
Following Ernie Els’ late decision to play, the only absentee from the world’s top 64 when the official draw was made on Sunday night was injured American Brett Wetterich.Read
After the opening three events on the EPD tour – all held in Turkey – the former England amateur international is fourth in the order of merit.Read
FLORENTYNA Parker is embarking on the biggest year of her blossoming golf career.Read
The Open at Birkdale is turning into the hottest ticket in town.Read
AIMEE COX, one of Lancashire’s most talented young golfers, has been honoured by her local golfing association.Read
HESKETH Golf Club’s Craig Jones grabbed a hole-in-one on the second hole on Friday, January 11 using a nine-iron by hitting the ball 168-yards.Read
HAVING turned 50 last January, Mark O’Meara has played most of his golf on the senior Champions Tour in America this year.Read
LANCASHIRE teenager James Robinson has received an England call-up, a reward for a dazzling run of successes which this season brought him to the edge of the final in the English Amateur Championship.Read
WHEN a disconsolate Nick Dougherty trudged away from Royal Liverpool after missing the halfway cut in the 2006 Open, it marked one of the lowest points in his golfing career.Read
IAN FINNIS (Formby Hall) returned a seven-birdie round for a 41-point total to win the individual section of the Liverpool Alliance at Warrington, three points clear of Jason O’Brien of Widnes.Read
LEE SLATTERY marked his return to European Tour action by coming close to forcing a play- off to decide the Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa.Read
BEN PARKER continued his golfing education by again playing all four rounds in only his second Challenge Tour event.Read
OPEN organisers have pledged to carry on giving youngsters the chance to watch the world’s greatest players for free.Read
The gamble paid immediate dividends when the Royal Birkdale-attached player was the leading Englishman at the Abierto del Litoral Personal 2007.Read
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