Time to set the wheels in motion again!

After a long and very much needed break it is about time to get back on track again. Two weeks over Christmas is probably the only quiet time in the golf world today. The European Tour is providing playing opportunities just about every week of the year and even the week before Christmas saw a really strong field in the South African Open. The US PGA Tour is not that different even though the top players now seem to take a bit more of a relaxed approach to the fall season as the Fed Ex Cup and the Tour Championship pretty much conclude things in September. Most of them are back on the battle field this week though with the traditional season opener in Hawaii.

Top Amateur golf is not that different as a group of our players have already left for Australia and the first early events of the year, probably in slightly better weather than what we currently see in this part of the world. The juniors are already out in South Africa for a week of strong competition that will no doubt give them a good benchmark of where their games stand at the moment.

Domestically this coming week is a very busy one. The EGU Coaching Conference entitled “Give us back our game” is in the pipeline, scheduled for Thursday and Friday. An extensive speakers’ list promises for an exciting couple of days. For more information click here.

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