An award winning environmentally friendly Scottish golf course has employed an unusual team of greenkeepers to mow the grass this winter – 40 black sheep.
A host of golf clubs have closed down, or entered administration, in recent weeks, or are in the process of closing down, despite the economic recovery.
Nine in ten members of British golf clubs have said they will renew their subscription in 2014, according to a major new survey.
An adventure golf course was destroyed in the 2013 UK tidal surge.
A multi-million pound world class golf course is set to be built in Liverpool – just a stone’s throw from Royal Liverpool Golf Club, host of the 2014 Open.
The former manager of a men-only golf club that allegedly pressed her to put adult magazines in the locker room is suing the venue for sacking her.
Pitlochry Golf Club in Scotland is embarking on a series of Scottish government funded investments that are set to be complete in time for the Ryder Cup.
Clacton-on-Sea Golf Club in Essex has designed and built a golf course specifically for a nearby care home.
Loch Lomond Golf Club, which posted huge losses and entered administration during the recession, has cut its debt by a staggering £95 million.
A settlement has finally been reached in the case of the golfer who lost his eye on the golf course and sued both the golfer and the club for hundreds of thousands of pounds.
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