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  1. Ryder Cup D-Day for McGinley
    Paul McGinley will finalise Europe's Ryder Cup team with the addition of his three captain's picks on Tuesday.
  2. Monty retains title in style
    Colin Montgomerie led from start to finish to successfully defend his Travis Perkins Masters title on the European Senior Tour with a dominant ten shot victory at Woburn.
  3. Portland playoff win for Ernst
    American Austin Ernst sank a short par putt on the 18th hole to defeat Kim In-Kyung in a playoff to capture the LPGA Tour's Portland Classic.
  4. McIlroy makes big move
    World No 1 Rory McIlroy was in sublime touch as he stormed up the third-round leaderboard at the Deutsche Bank Championship with a flawless seven-under 64 on Sunday.
  5. Emphatic victory for Monty
    Colin Montgomerie continued his superb form on the European Senior Tour as he strolled to a 10-shot victory in the Travis Perkins Masters at Woburn Golf Club.
  6. Trish makes Tour history
    Trish Johnson made history on Sunday by becoming the oldest winner on the Ladies European Tour thanks to a two-stroke victory in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
  7. McGinley: No Gallacher guarantees
    Paul McGinley says there is no guarantee Stephen Gallacher will be one of his Ryder Cup picks, despite the Scot agonisingly missing out on an automatic spot.
  8. Otto wins in Italy
    Hennie Otto closed out a two-shot victory at the Italian Open with a bogey-free final round of 68.
  9. Gallacher falls just short
    Stephen Gallacher fell just short in his bid to automatically qualify for the Ryder Cup as he finished third at the Italian Open.
  10. Palmer and Day share lead
    American Ryan Palmer and Jason Day of Australia share the lead after the second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship.
  11. Johnson doubles Scottish lead
    Trish Johnson extended her lead to six shots after two rounds of the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open at Archerfield Links.
  12. Otto stays two clear
    South African Hennie Otto retained the lead at the Italian Open with a third round 71 on Saturday.
  13. Poulter boosts Cup hopes
    Ian Poulter showed signs of a return to form just in time to reassure Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley that his European talisman will be still worthy of a wildcard pick for Gleneagles.
  14. Bradley gets form in the Bank
    Keegan Bradley boosted his Ryder Cup prospects as he carded an opening round of 65 at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
  15. Johnson clear in Scotland
    England’s Trish Johnson continued her successful relationship with the Fidra Course at Archerfield Links as she stormed to a first-round six-under-par 66 in tough and blustery conditions in the Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open.

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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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