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You cant come to St. Andrews, Scotland; the home of golf and not play a round or two. I’ve never played before so signed up for a lesson with the lovely David at St Andrews Links Trust Golf…

Tour professional Zane Scotland explains his new chipping technique at Emirates Golf Club, and offers you a simple explanation on how to get more spin and co…

http://bit.ly/spg-moments – SPG Moments: Starwood Preferred Guest (Starwood’s loyalty programme) recently hosted a 3 day golf clinic with 30 fellow SPG membe…

Ladies Professional Golf Scotland Interview with Gavin Hastings, playing with Janice Moodie. French Flair Sees Caudal Grab First-Round Lead in Scotland. Ladies European Tour Professional Womens Golf. Frenchwoman Anne-Lise Caudal grabbed a two stroke lead after a sunny but chilly first round at the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open at Archerfield Links in East Lothian on Thursday. The 27 year old from St Jean de Luz played through a biting afternoon breeze to post an excellent five under par 67 and claim her lead over Australian Sarah Kemp and Hannah Jun, the American who finished second at the venue last year. Scots Carly Booth and Lynn Kenny, who lost their full playing rights at LET Qualifying School in January, were a stroke further back on two under par with six other players. Alongside Booth and Kenny, the chasing pack included Italian Diana Luna, Rebecca Codd of Ireland, South African Lee-Anne Pace, England’s Melissa Reid and rookie Tara Davies from North Wales. Aberdeen Asset Management ambassador Booth, who claimed her maiden victory as a professional at the Dinard Ladies Open on the LET Access Series a fortnight ago, was all smiles, while Kenny was even more delighted as she is taking a forced sabbatical this year. Most experienced of those in the hunt is unquestionably Solheim Cup player Catriona Matthew, the 2011 event champion, who is looking to add a ninth career title to an already impressive golfing CV. Local player Matthew, who played in the