The TSG Newsblog

Thomas Bjorn made Honorary Captain of The Shire…

March 21st, 2017
Thomas Bjorn - The Shire

Thomas Bjorn accepts invitation to be Honorary Captain at Seve Ballesteros course – The Shire… Denmark’s most successful golfer, Thomas Bjorn’s stellar career has included 15 wins and 94 top ten finishes to date on the European Tour. Twice runner-up in The Open Championship, and a three-time Ryder Cup player – always on the winning… Read More

The Business Golfer…

March 15th, 2017
The Business Golfer

The Business Golfer –  What Can you Learn From Your Scorecard? Golf and Business has long been good bed fellows but what can you learn about business from playing golf… Golf is more than a good metaphor for life or a mirror for a person’s character away from the golf course, it’s a fantastic ‘game’ for learning… Read More

The Open Championship 2020 returns to Kent…

February 22nd, 2017
The Open Championship 2020

Its official, The Open Championship 2020 will be played at Royal St George’s Golf Club… In the build-up to the 149th staging of The Open Championship 2020, the golfing world will turn its attention on Royal St George’s – also known simply as Sandwich – as well as the many other fine golf courses in… Read More

The Majors Part2 – The US Masters…

February 8th, 2017

In the second in our series of articles on golf’s Major events, this time we turn our attention to the second oldest event in the golfing diary – The US Masters! Every year we get excited about the upcoming golfing calendar with some enthusiasm. Each year there are different players in contention and no one… Read More

Is technology good for golf?

February 7th, 2017
Is technology good for golf?

Golf is among the most popular sports in the world with an estimated 390 million fans worldwide, according to Sporteology… So it comes as no surprise that companies are looking to the digital landscape to release new innovative golf-themed apps, games and training tools to sell to such a vast market. And these products aren’t… Read More

Els joins forces with The Golf Trust…

January 20th, 2017
The Golf Trust

The Golf Trust today announces a new partnership with The Els for Autism Foundation, including a programme of activity to offer UK individuals on the autism spectrum the opportunity to use golf as a life skills and physical development tool. The Els for Autism Foundation – The background… Established in 2009 by PGA TOUR golfer… Read More

The Majors – Part1 The OPEN…

January 3rd, 2017
the majors golf trophies

Every year we look forward to the start of the new golfing season, which is traditionally marked by the first of the Majors, with tee shot being hit at The US Masters…..and 2017 will be no exception! This event is quickly followed by the remaining ‘Grand Slam’ events including: The US Masters (Augusta National) April The… Read More

G/Fore launch new designer golf bag….

December 15th, 2016
G/Fore Golf Bag

We love it when new golf products are launched into the market – so we were very interested to learn more when we heard about the new G/Fore golf bag! The new ‘Transporter’ G/Fore golf bag features weatherproof matte leather, tonal onyx black logos and quilted patent leather front pockets making it the ultimate luxury stand… Read More

Discrimination in Golf – Game takes huge step back….

December 12th, 2016
Discrimination in Golf

We know golf is always some years behind the rest of the world in its moral outlook maybe it should have been no surprise, when I recently experienced a TRULY AWFUL SHOW OF IGNORANCE by my local council toward Paul Houghton – Disabled golfer. Having got to know some disabled golfers pretty well over the… Read More

Used Golf Balls – yes or no?

December 7th, 2016

If you’ve played golf long enough, you’ve probably had that “Tin Cup” moment? It might not have come on a par 5 but on a par 3 but you basically find yourself pumping most of your ball supply into the greenside water, as you stubbornly try to reach the green over a hazard. But what’s… Read More