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  1. Open can cope without Tiger
    Open Championship officials are confident that this summer's tournament will be a resounding success even if Tiger Woods is absent.
  2. Illness lays Stenson low
    Henrik Stenson hopes to put up a good show in the Volvo China Open this week despite not feeling 100%.
  3. Poulter: Ryder stars strong
    Ian Poulter feels Europe's key Ryder Cup stars are hitting form at just the right time ahead of September's clash with the United States at Gleneagles.
  4. Duval denies Tiger comments
    David Duval has angrily denied suggesting that Tiger Woods would never win another Masters crown.
  5. R&A chief Dawson to retire
    Peter Dawson will step down as chief executive of the R&A and secretary of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews in September next year.
  6. Pinehurst ready for Opens
    The United States Golf Association are delighted with the set-up of Pinehurst No 2 for the US Open double-header in June.
  7. Dream debut for Jimenez
    Miguel Angel Jimenez powered to victory on his Champions Tour debut after recording a two-shot win in the Greater Gwinnett Championship in Duluth.
  8. Kuchar bags Heritage title
    A dramatic birdie at the final hole gave Matt Kuchar his first victory of the season in the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Links.
  9. Westwood coasts to victory
    Lee Westwood cruised to resounding seven-shot victory at the Maybank Malaysia Open following a final round of 68 at Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club.
  10. Wie claims victory in Hawaii
    American Michelle Wie claimed her first LPGA title since 2010 with a two-shot victory in the Lotte Championship.
  11. Donald pulls two clear
    Luke Donald will take a two-shot lead into the final day of the RBC Heritage after an excellent five-under-par 66 on Saturday.
  12. Furyk joins Heritage lead
    Former champion Jim Furyk overcame a lengthy rain delay to fire a 66 to join a three-way tie for the lead following the conclusion of the second round at Hilton Head.
  13. Westwood sees lead trimmed
    Lee Westwood will take a slender one-shot lead into the final round of the Maybank Malaysian Open after seeing a commanding advantage almost wiped out by compatriot Andy Sullivan on Saturday.
  14. Stanford extends Lotte lead
    American Angela Stanford extended her lead at the top of the Lotte Championship leaderboard to four strokes after a third-round 67 took her to 13 under.
  15. Donald on song in Heritage
    K.J. Choi hit the front on day two of the RBC Heritage in South Carolina and England's Luke Donald also shot a fine second round, before torrential rain and strong winds halted play early.

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Great Golf North Devon

The Club is over 100 years old - being founded in 1895 - giving us a great golfing tradition.

You will find our North Devon golf course is located in one of the prettiest parts of North Devon, with some truly spectacular views, yet we are only 5 minutes from the centre of Great Torrington.

The golf course is a true challenge even to the most experienced and skilful players - it is a par 64, 9 hole course, with very different tee positions for the second nine giving it a markedly different character.

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