Tom Doak’s reversible golf course is featured on Adventures in Golf with Erik Anders Lang

The idea of a reversible golf course, one that could be played in one direction or the other, is not new. In fact The Old Course at St Andrews was at one point regularly played in reverse.

The “right-handed” version of The Old Course is the one we’re all familiar with, but a “left-handed” version was played every other week in the late 19th century that began by teeing off to the 17th green and finishing by playing from the 2nd tee to the 18th green.

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Tyrell Hatton interrupted by his fiancée going to the toilet

Tyrell Hatton was about to play a golf shot during the Italian Open when he was interrupted by the noise of a toilet door.

Funny stuff here and the reactions from the commentators capture the moment beautifully.

Amazingly Hatton, who has one of the biggest tempers on tour seems to control himself pretty well even before realising who had rudely interrupted his swing.

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Amateur golfer hits one of the luckiest ever golf shots

Check out this crazy golf shot from last week’s Alfred Dunhill Links Challenge.

The Alfred Dunhill Links Challenge sees amateur golfers (often celebrities and VIPs including tournament sponsors) teeing it up alongside the pros.

Playing the par-3 13th hole at Kingsbarns Golf Links, the executive chairman of Dimension Data was paired with South Africa’s Branden Grace and hit this whacky golf shot.

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Australian Hickory Shaft Championship video featured on FoxSports

A nice video feature here on The Golf Show with Warren Smith joining the field for the 24th Australian Hickory Shaft Championship at Royal Melbourne Golf Club held last September.

While it took a while for this video to be featured on FoxSports, it’s great to see the joy that can be had using old hickory shaft golf clubs around one of Australia’s greatest golf courses.

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