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Golf Vacations MalaysiaGolf Vacations Malaysia

Golf Vacations Malaysia

January - March 2019

We are a luxurious lifestyle magazine, established 30 years ago in Singapore bringing quality editorial featuring exotic golf destinations, luxurious resorts, automotive, timepieces, newly-launched golf equipment as well as fashion to the affluent readers.

Land:
Malaysia
Språk:
Malay
Utgivare:
SPH Magazines Pte Ltd
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golf vacations

Publisher Louis FooManaging Editor Benny TeoWriter Jeremy TheseiraArt Director Dewi M. SinggihGraphic Designer John TanMarketing Executive Brandon LiewConsultant Alvin TanCorrespondents/ContributorsJohn Gibb, Tom Peters, Justine Moss, Ong Weisheng, Joseph Lancaster, Chris Folley, Daryl Loy, Jafri M., Andrew Marshall, Paul Marshall, Ching, Joseph Lancaster, David J. Whyte, Joel Low, Angel Gwee, Jerome Awatshi, Melanie Tham, Jeremy Ng…

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editor’s page

you know the guy who hits a driver and it backspins on the fairway? Yeah, that’s me. At least until recently. It may not sound like much.Nine yards more is hardly a stone’s throw and yet to me, it means a lot, especially when it’s running forward for a change.Any distance gained means getting a little closer to the pin and a couple of strokes saved.However, as my buddies would say, it’s also that much deeper into the hazard!Still, I’ll take whatever distance gain I can get, especially when one of THE problem clubs in my bag is the driver. I know guys who love to bomb in down the fairway (or rough, or hazard) but when in my hands, that damned number one wood is a train wreck waiting…

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contributors

JEROME AWATSHIOur longstanding fashion stylist brings an animalistic taste to adventure and travel in this latest spread on tented vacations. It’s got style, it’s got verve, and it’s got us wanting to pay a visit to Egypt or Morocco for a punt.JUSTINE MOSSLong time travel and golf correspondent Justine Moss makes a trip to Beijing for an LPGA event and came back with an astonishingly frank interview with the owners of Reignwood Pine Valley Golf Club, who in recent times, have made waves by buying over golf’s old bastion, Wentworth Golf Club. Read to find out more.MELANIE THAMWith love for food, travel and golf, Melanie finds pleasure in being able to enjoy all of these three luxuries in life with her loved ones. Being in the golf scene since her…

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best clubhouse bars

1 THE TAP ROOM, PEBBLE BEACH GOLF LINKS, CALIFORNIA, U.S.A.Although the golf course is situated by the coast, The Tap Room isn’t the most prime location for breathtaking ocean views. Yet views aside, The Tap Room is a marvel on its own with an extensive collection of golf memorabilia and serves hearty All-American fare.2 BROOKS' BAR & DECK, EDGEWOOD TAHOE GOLF COURSE, NEVADA, U.S.A.Located at the edge of Lake Tahoe, Brooks’ Bar & Deck features a beautiful deck with wood-beam ceilings and long glass window panels for stunning sunsets views amidst a warm welcoming space. A great place for sipping on craft beers or feasting on comfort food after a round of golf.3 THE JIGGER INN, ST. ANDREWS OLD COURSE, SCOTLAND, U.K.The Jigger Inn is a must visit after checking…

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the ryder cup

From September 25 - 30, 24 of the world’s top golfers from Europe and the United States convened at Le Golf National in the suburbs of Paris to compete in the greatest team competition of the sport, The Ryder Cup.On paper, Team USA sent one their strongest teams in history including 2018 Masters Champion Patrick Reed and Tiger Woods, fresh from his win at the Tour Championships.However, it was the Rolex-sponsored Team Europe that took home the 2018 Ryder Cup, winning with a 17.5 - 10.5 points over their cross Atlantic cousins.Led by Thomas Bjorn, the Europeans delivered America’s worst loss in Ryder Cup history since 2006 with five match wins on both Friday and Saturday, and winning seven matches on the Sunday singles.…

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pre-game parameters

You are going to play in a tournament. It could be amateur, it could be professional. To start with, remind yourself why you are here. What good is this tournament going to bring you? A new experience, an opportunity to learn and make progress? Pleasure to share the course with other golfers, pleasure to be surrounded by a pleasant environment?Just take the time to connect yourself with all the potential benefits you can get out of this competition. Then check your competition position.There are four possibilities:Position 1 [+/-]: corresponds to an overestimation of your capacities and to an underestimation of the course’s difficulties and of the other players’ value. It generates excessive confidence and insufficient pre-competition activation. Your combativeness and concentration are going to be under-activated, for taking things so…

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