Archive for February, 2010

10 of the best Golf App games for iPad, iPhone and Android: Part One

In the first part of a two-part article, we take a look at 10 of the best golf app games for iPad, iPhone and Android devices that are sure to get your appetite sharpened up for some virtual golfing action.

Whether they are realistic simulations of the game, or just a bit of obscure golfing fun, this breakdown of the 10 best golf app games will help all readers of Gorilla Golf find something they can play while they are restricted to heading out onto the course.

In Part two, we’ll examine the top five golf games for iPad, iPhone and Android enabled devices, but in the first part we’ll take a look at the games that are good, but just don’t quite have what it takes to reach the top five elite…

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Visit the Mizuno Performance Centre and win a top print of Luke Donald

Golf will return to the Olympics in 2016 but there is no doubt that seeing the current games in action in London is inspiring many people to head to the city to watch the games.

If you are one of them, then why not visit the Mizuno Performance Centre while you are there, and if you do and take three friends with you, you are in with a chance of winning a top print of Luke Donald, painted by renowned Japanese artist Hidekichi Shigemoto.


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Just carrying the golf bags: The important role of the golf pro's caddy

Manchester City and Argentinean International footballer Carlos Tevez caused consternation at the Royal and Ancient when he was invited to caddy in the final round of the British Open for compatriot Andres Romero.

Was the footballer just carrying the bags, or did he have a more significant job to do?


In this article, we take a look at the important role of the pro’s caddy and the skills required to be one of the very best.

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