Global Golf Post Releases First-Ever Great Britain and Ireland Amateur Preview
Global Golf Post – the world’s first digital and only golf news publication – has introduced its first annual Great Britain and Ireland amateur preview in today’s March 19 issue.
The 18-page section includes content provided by award-winning journalists Lewine Mair, John Hopkins, Colin Callander, and Ireland’s Dermot Gilleece ahead of the 2012 season.
It takes a look at the amateur game in each home nation and also provides a glimpse of what to expect at this year’s Curtis Cup, to be played in June at Nairn.
The SGU are heavily featured, with Lewine detailing a number of events in the 2012 season, including next month’s Paul Lawrie Foundation Scottish Boys Championship at Murcar Links.
The Scottish players to look out for, at all levels of the amateur game in 2012, are also profiled.
"Coverage of the amateur game is one of our hallmarks at The Post, and so we are pleased to deliver this special issue to golfers throughout the British Isles. Our goal is to become the amateur game’s best friend, around the world," commented The Post’s founder and publisher Jim Nugent.
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