It’s a long way from New Zealand’s Muriwai Links to Machrihanish on Scotland’s Mull of Kintyre however when asked to join a group of Muriwai golfers it became a question of do I revisit Machrihanish? Or say, “No thanks, “Been there done that!”
“We are considering a trip to New Zealand Jan 3rd 2016 for approximately 6 weeks. We are avid golfers and love travelling, would appreciate any coaching on where we can find accommodations (condo apartment cottage) and good golf.
“Guts and putts – they still get it done,” writes James Corrigan who headlines his article,
“Diminutive Zach Johnson's Open win is a triumph for golf and its short hitters.”
The long and short of it
By Aaron Lim
The Labour Party’s message to the Chinese people is clear. We are not racist. We just don’t want people with Chinese sounding names voting for Labour.
“Tiger Woods has said he was “shocked” by the condition of the Old Course at St Andrews as he arrived in Scotland to prepare for the 144th Open Championship.” So reads the opening remarks in The Scotsman.
I can't help but express my strong disappointment in Climate Change Minister Tim Groser's declaration that New Zealand will take a highly 'conditional' position of advocating for an 11 percent cut in total carbon emissions based on 1990 levels at the Paris Climate Change talks in December
In 1970, after the election in Chile of Salvador Allende, the first Marxist to be democratically elected to the leadership of any Western nation, then US president Richard Nixon wrote an infamous note which outlined the US's plans to eliminate what it saw as a new Cu
“Either Steve Williams is just helping out a friend in need, or maybe he isn't so committed to retirement after all.”
‘No one in the field at Chambers Bay made more birdies than the Scot’s 18. Not Jordan Spieth. Not Dustin Johnson. Not Rory McIlroy,’ writes John Huggan who’s reporting on the recent U.S. Open and Scotsman Jimmy Gunn’s performance.
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