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Still Learning, still improving: Dean Robertson Profile
Dean Robertson is impressive as both a golfer and man, as Martin Vousden discovers
It is thanks to Dean Robertson that Ian Doyle, best known as snooker star Stephen Hendry's manager, got into golf.
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David Malcolm
An open Open - 9 June 2003
All very unlikely - 4 June 2003
Get a move on - 30 June 2003
Horses for Courses - 24 June 2003
Olympian Furyk - 16 June 2003
Scottish Golf Features
Ecco shoes: A classic design from Denmark - 2 June 2003
Nike clubs on test we rate a driver, wedge and putter - 19 June 2003
Top Tips
Wider means longer - 26 June 2003
Reach for the sky - 2 June 2003

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David Malcolm
Those 16th hole Masters celebrations from Tiger and his caddie do both them, and golf, a disservice
Elspeth Burnside
Scottish women and girls are thriving, both amateur and professional, but they still need our wholehearted support

// 12 // APRIL 2005 //
If you want to know what it's like inside the gallery ropes of a Ryder Cup, here it is
Book review

// 7 // APRIL 2005 //
Carnoustie is supposed to be a tough course so we wanted to see if its reputation is justified
Carnoustie

// 24 // MARCH 2005 //
We test the Nike Xtreme Lite carry bag, which certainly lives up to its name, and find good and bad
Nike Xtreme Lite bag

// 16 // MARCH 2005 //
How you can teach yourself complex movement in golf quickly and easily with no technical knowledge
Learning by doing

// 6 // MARCH 2005 //
Anywhere in the UK the Torrance and Devlin courses at St Andrews Bay would be lauded for excellence
Under-rated gems

// 22 // FEBRUARY 2005 //
How to successfully coach your children at golf and improve their desire to learn in school
Teaching kids

// 17 // FEBRUARY 2005 //
Scottish club manufacturer goes online to offer even better value-for-money to golfers
John Letters now making its clubs directly available

// 8 // FEBRUARY 2005 //
It is important to learn how to manage your practice so that it's not only fun, but effective
Getting the most from your practice

// 2 // FEBRUARY 2005 //
Book three nights' accommodation, tickets and travel for The Open 2005 at St Andrews, Scotland
ScottishGolf and TAC Travel have teamed up to offer the opportunity for you to book either three star or four star accommodation, tickets and travel to and from The Open 2005

// 31 // JANUARY 2005 //
We test two of the latest hybrid clubs - the newest Callaway Heavenwood and the Masters T210
Hybrids on test


Top Tip
Great play is not only about hitting the shots, you also need to know when to defend and when to attack
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