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Golfer's Dictionary

Hickory

A type of wood that used to form the shaft of the golf club before more recently materials such as steel and graphite are used. Those who remember these wooden shafts will tell you there is nothing like the sound of hickory shattering as a club is bent over one's knee and that graphite just doesn't produce the same satisfaction.

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Course of the Day

Thorne Golf Club

Although still to celebrate its silver anniversary, the course at Thorne Golf Club has matured fabulously over the years. Designed by Richard Highfield, the course may not be the longest in the region - it measures only 5366 yards over eighteen holes - b...

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