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rolle    0
The Sand Trap is really good website, that is why I am here. But it is so difficuilt to find good sites.

I would like to ask all you to rate the golf news and golf websites you know.
Tell for everyone what the top golf sites in your country?
Top 5 in Australia?
Top 5 in USA?
Top 5 in Europe?

Thanks Rolle

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Hogan Fan    0
Great topic Rolle!

1. The Sandtrap
2. PGAtour.com
3. Golf.com
4. the golf channel
5. Ben Hogan .com (Like looking at porn, all those beautiful Hogan clubs)

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rolle    0
I would say all golf websites are different.
In my view I rate them like this

Golf news websites

The golf Channel
golf.com ( new entry thanks to hogan fan)

Golf tours websites

european tour
canadian tour

European golf news top sites

www.golf se

allmost every country have good golf news website, strange Uk and scotland miss one good( let me know if you have it, I think they use american sites)

Fans popular golf websites

Sand trap

Golf equipment websites

all the golf companies

Forum websites

sand trap

best online shops


Golf Players websites

Tiger woods

If some one disagree or know more nice websites please write it down.
Thanks Rolle

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joekelly    55

Good Lord man.  If looking a old golf clubs excites you like porn does, heaven help you. Not to offend but please, get a grip.

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Nemicu    3

You mean there are other golf forums??

You don't say. Apparently, according to Google, "Golf" is also a brand of VW cars. No kidding. And they have the temerity to discuss them online.

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