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With the Ryder Cup fresh in the memory, historian James Hansen delves into the the complex design history of Celtic Manor's Twenty Ten course and concludes that, although the US may have lost the Cup, it played a key role in bringing the course itself to fruition. Hansen interviewed construction foreman Bob Harrington, who ran the build of Celtic Manor's original Wentwood Hills course, as well as working on Twenty Ten, to get the lowdown.

This issue also includes our first site visit to Donald Trump's in-construction Scottish course, as part of a Spotlight on the Aberdeenshire area, a visit to the newly-opened Prairie Club in Nebraska and a review of Kyle Phillips's exciting new Yas Links in Abu Dhabi which, we reckon, has the potential to transform the way golf is seen in the Middle East.
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October 2010 With the Ryder Cup fresh in the memory, historian James Hansen delves into the the complex design history of Celtic Manor's Twenty Ten course and concludes that, although the US may have lost the Cup, it played a key role in bringing the course itself to fruition. Hansen interviewed construction foreman Bob Harrington, who ran the build of Celtic Manor's original Wentwood Hills course, as well as working on Twenty Ten, to get the lowdown. This issue also includes our first site visit to Donald Trump's in-construction Scottish course, as part of a Spotlight on the Aberdeenshire area, a visit to the newly-opened Prairie Club in Nebraska and a review of Kyle Phillips's exciting new Yas Links in Abu Dhabi which, we reckon, has the potential to transform the way golf is seen in the Middle East.


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With the Ryder Cup fresh in the memory, historian James Hansen delves into the the complex design history of Celtic Manor's Twenty Ten course and concludes that, although the US may have lost the Cup, it played a key role in bringing the course itself to fruition. Hansen interviewed construction foreman Bob Harrington, who ran the build of Celtic Manor's original Wentwood Hills course, as well as working on Twenty Ten, to get the lowdown.

This issue also includes our first site visit to Donald Trump's in-construction Scottish course, as part of a Spotlight on the Aberdeenshire area, a visit to the newly-opened Prairie Club in Nebraska and a review of Kyle Phillips's exciting new Yas Links in Abu Dhabi which, we reckon, has the potential to transform the way golf is seen in the Middle East.
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