Should the practice of drawing lines on your golf ball be banned?

Some golfers are wondering if drawing a line on your golf ball should be banned. But why? And why now?

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Golfers have been drawing a line on the golf ball for alignment on the putting green for a long time.

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Golf Australia Magazine’s 2021 list of Australia’s top 100 public golf courses

Cape Wickham and Barnbougle Dunes top this list of Australia’s top public access golf courses.

We love a golf list and we particularly love this biannual list published by Golf Australia Magazine of Australia’s best public access golf courses.

It means that anyone can read this list knowing full well they can go and play every golf course on it.

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Women’s Golf Day founder Elisa Gaudet wins ISC International Sports Award

Since its inception in 2016, Women’s Golf Day now spans 900 locations in nearly 60 countries and its founder has just been recognised with an ISC International Sports Award.

Press Release

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., 11 December 2020 Women’s Golf Day (WGD) is proud to announce that Founder Elisa Gaudet has been honoured with Individual Sports Professional – Community Award 2020 of the ISC International Sports Awards 2020 in London, England.

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