Welcome to the shiny new Golf365 site, the latest offering from the Planet Sport network.
Golf365 has been around since 2002, but has had a revamp to bring it into the hand-held world we live in.
There are some decent golf sites around – but nothing as all-encompassing as our new site, which will be a heady mix of Sky Sports video clips, features and betting guidance from the likes of Matt Cooper and Dave Tindall, course and hotel reviews, equipment updates, live scores and all the latest news from the US, European and LPGA Tours.
We’ll have lots of free stuff for you to win in our competitions area, and are teeing off with an amazing four-night stay at a boutique hotel in north Tenerife which has a course designed by Seve Ballesteros attached to it.
All the big tournaments and majors will be covered in depth – but nearly 4million adults play golf regularly, so we’ll also keep a close eye on the 5,800 courses in continental Europe (2.7million in Great Britain) and provide updates on any news or improvements to them.
We also want to engage and entertain you, so head to ‘The 19th Hole’ for some quizzes and quirky content, then like us on Facebook, follow @Golf365dotcom on Twitter and email us at email@example.com.
We hope this will be the first of many visits to the new Golf365 site, and are delighted to have you on board.
The Golf365 team.
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