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Lewine Mair
Bio:

Played for England at Under 18 and Under 21 level and for English women v. France while combining amateur golf with a column in the Birmingham Planet. Went on to work on a freelance basis for The Times, supplying articles and caricatures. In 1997 became the Daily Telegraph’s Golf Correspondent (first woman to be given a specialist position in the sports pages of a national newspaper) Worked with Global Golf Post since 2010. Twice featured on the shortlist for the British Sports Writers’ awards; author of several books including The Real Monty and 100 Years of Women’s Golf.

Fun Fact: Years ago, played a couple of tournaments as a professional. I won a cheque in the first of them and it bounced. (Two events all it took to realise that playing tournaments, rearing four children and writing was not going to work.)

Handicap: I need two more cards to recapture one.

Favorite Courses: Top course played is Turnberry. Course hoped to play is Fishers Island in the U..S.

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QUICK TAKE: Fleetwood Properly At Home In Southport

Tommy Fleetwood has enjoyed a breakout year in 2017. (Photo Credit: Paul Childs, Reuters)

SOUTHPORT, ENGLAND | Tommy Fleetwood, 26, is dripping with positivity going into this week’s Open. The winner of this year’s French Open is far too unassuming to suggest that he’s about to win, but what he doesn’t mind saying is that he’s in a great place. He’s home for a…

QUICK TAKE: New Course At Turnberry Impresses

Turnberry
Eric Trump with wife Lara (right) visited Scotland to open the new King Robert The Bruce Golf Course at Trump Turnberry in Ayrshire. (Photo courtesy of Trump Turnberry Resort)

TURNBERRY, SCOTLAND | Once the new King Robert the Bruce course at Turnberry had been officially opened on Wednesday and the guests had started to disappear, Eric Trump and his wife, Lara, apparently took to the course for 15 quiet holes on their own – and never mind that Lara…

QUICK TAKE: National Opens The Apple Of Ko’s Eye

Lydia Ko hits a bunker shot earlier this season at the ANA Inspiration. (Photo Credit: Gary Vasquez, USA Today Sports)

DUNDONALD, SCOTLAND – At the moment, Lydia Ko associates Scotland with the fine ribs of beef she ate on a nightly basis whilst playing in the 2015 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Dundonald Links. However, if she were to win this year’s Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open at…

QUICK TAKE: LET Chief Seeks To Empower Players

Sharmila Nicollet won a fan vote to see who would earn a spot in the field at the ShopRite LPGA Classic. (Photo Credit: SharmilaNicollet.com)

Ivan Khodobakhsh, the CEO of the Ladies European Tour, owns to mixed feelings about the way the last place in the forthcoming ShopRite LPGA Classic was decided. Namely, by going with the player – it was India’s Sharmila Nicollet – with the most Twitter votes. (The four players in the…

NEWS: Environmental Dispute Threatens Cowen’s Golf Academy

Pete Cowen and Lee Westwood
Coach Pete Cowen with Lee Westwood at the 2011 Open Championship. (Photo Credit: Action Images / Andrew Couldridge Livepic)

Danny Willett, the 2016 Masters champion, is backing noted instructor Pete Cowen’s attempts to stop the UK’s Environment Agency from reopening a rubbish tip – or landfill – just yards away from his highly prized golf academy in Rotherham, England. “It’s so sad to hear that the waste tip might…

Quick Take: Choosing Attractive Golfers Has Precedent

Shoprite LPGA
The Shoprite LPGA Classic will award a spot in the field to one of these four women, based on a Twitter poll. (Left to right: Benavides, Nicollet, Booth, O'Neal) (Photos from players' Twitter accounts)

Keith Pelley, the European Tour’s creative chief executive, no doubt will be cheering ShopRite LPGA Classic officials for finding a novel way of awarding the last exemption spot for their upcoming tournament. This route won’t have anything to do with qualifying rounds or past performance; instead, it will be the…