Archive | 2014

U-16 Boys Division Champion Surabaya’s Tirto Tamardi

The 7th Faldo Series Indonesian Championship

On the 19th – 21st of January, Damai Indah’s BSD Course played host to a field of 55 of Indonesia’s most talented junior golfers. Established in 1996, 40 Faldo Series tournaments now take place in 30 countries worldwide with more than 7,000 golfers participating each year. Past winners include the likes of: Rory McIllroy and [...]

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Posted in 2014, February 2014, Golf Insight, News0 Comments

LPGA Professional Muffin Spencer-Devlin at the 1989 Womens Open Championship

Curious Tales From The Golf Course 2

From: The Golf Nut’s Book of Amazing Feats & Records by Bruce Nash, Allan Zullo with George White   Most Severe Penalty Assessed for Being Addicted to Golf Beheading Mary Queen of Scots, 1587 Because of her consuming passion for golf, Mary, Queen of Scots, singlehandedly raised the game’s popularity to new heights. Yet, ironically, [...]

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Posted in 2014, February 2014, Tales0 Comments

Cow on golf course

Curious Tales from the Golf Course 1

From: “the Golf Nut’s Book of Amazing Feats & Records by Bruce Nash, Allan Zullo with George White. Most Countries Played in One Day by a Golfer 5 countries Simon Clough and Boris Janjic, 1992 Golfers Simon Clough and Boris Janjic played one round of golf in five different countries – in one day! On [...]

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Posted in 2014, January 2014, Tales0 Comments

18th Hole - Royal Thimpu Golf Club

Golfing in the Kingdom of Bhutan

Landlocked between China and India in the Himalayan mountain range, Bhutan is one of the most geographically, politically and technologically isolated countries in the world. With just three nine hole golf courses, it is very much an emerging golfing nation.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Courses, Golfing Abroad, January 20141 Comment

The Grip

Over the next few issues of Golf Indonesia, I will be covering what I believe are the five most basic principles for the golf swing. These principles apply to almost every area of the game, from the full swing, chipping, pitching, bunker play and more. In my first edition, I will show you how to [...]

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Posted in 2014, January 2014, Tips & Tricks0 Comments

Lahinch Golf Club

Golf Course Styles

One of the wonderful aspects of golf is that wherever you play in the world, no two courses are alike and variety is astounding. The three main styles of courses are links, parkland and heathland.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Insight, January 2014, News0 Comments

Free Minds Sunglasses

Introducing Free Minds Sunglasses

Golf Indonesia gets up close and personal with the chief designer and engineer: Mr. Giuseppe Andretto. Q: Giuseppe, a brief introduction, where is your hometown in Italy? A: Our company: Free Minds (FREEM) is located in Treviso, North Eastern Italy, close to Venice. This area of Italy is notorious through history for the production and [...]

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Posted in 2014, Gear, January 2014, Lifestyle0 Comments

Padivalley Clubhouse view from hole 9 - photo by Dennis G. Kloeth

Padivalley Golf Club: Makasar’s Magnet to Golfers

Golfers that live and work in Indonesia may consider themselves a lucky bunch. With more than 150 golf courses nationwide, all who embrace the King of sports will have no difficulties in choosing a fabulous course for their next game.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses, January 20140 Comments

Tiger Woods

Tiger Fever

The year is 1997 and Tiger Mania is in full swing. And nowhere more so than Thailand. He had only turned professional the year before but it seemed he had already been around for years. He had of course. Companies like Nike and Titleist don’t go round throwing money at some guy who just walked [...]

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Posted in 2014, Golf Insight, January 2014, News0 Comments

The OWGR

The OWGR (Part 2): how it distorts reality

OWGR (OFFICIAL WORLD GOLF RANKING): THE US PGA AND EUROPEAN TOURS ARE EQUALLY STRONG If there would be no difference in strength, the European Tour would have disappeared altogether, because every European pro would have queued up for membership of the US Tour. Most of them don’t even try, because they know full well how [...]

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Posted in 2014, Golf Insight, January 2014, News0 Comments

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