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Golf has come a long way since the old days of flat caps and diamond jumpers. It’s now a game enjoyed by millions worldwide, where dazzling youngsters continue to redefine what’s possible on the golf course.

This season we are embarking on a major marketing campaign to engage those completely new to the sport and re-engage with those who've perhaps had to give it up.

Get into Golf is here to redefine what people think about the sport, for all the latest news features, please follow this blog where we have some pretty exciting stories to tell.

Scotland Rugby star Stuart Hogg backs Biggest Ever Drive to Get People Golfing: Tuesday 29 March

 

Glasgow Warriors and Scotland players Stuart Hogg and Henry Pyrgos take time out to talk about how they spend their time away from the rugby pitch and admits the Warriors players are every bit as competitive on the golf course as they are on a rugby field. 

“It’s a good way to relax, get some fresh air and you can get fit playing golf with all the walking around.You’ve got the enjoyment factor, the fact that you’re actually doing something active and you’ve got the social side as well.”

Also read what broadcaster Eilidh Barbour has to say about her favourite hobby and why she loves it so much! 

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Golf is Ideal Child's Play for Father and Daughter Team: Wednesday 6 April

Daily Record sports editor, Austin Barret, explains how he and his 10-year-old daughter, Ava, now spend quality time together on the golf course after she was bitten by the golfing bug.

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Fashion For the Fairway: How to look good on the golf course: Thursday 7 April

With many more women now taking to the fairways, the days of the traditional flat caps and jumpers are being replaced with an altogether more stylish look. Now some of the female pro golfers are also helping to change the image of the game. From frumpy to funky! Inject some style into your game with these #GetIntoGolf fashion tips.

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'Golf helped me get over horrific war injury': Army veteran tells his story of recovery on the green: Sunday 10 April

When David Sneddon first picked up a golf club, he discovered much more than just an enjoyable hobby.
David’s world was turned upside down when a Taliban sniper’s bullet shattered his right knee during a routine patrol in Afghanistan in 2010.
The game provided the former soldier with a new lease of life and opened the door to a whole new career.

When David Sneddon first picked up a golf club, he discovered much more than just an enjoyable hobby. David’s world was turned upside down when a Taliban sniper’s bullet shattered his right knee during a routine patrol in Afghanistan in 2010. The game provided the former soldier with a new lease of life and opened the door to a whole new career.

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