A New Golden Age For English Golf


With six Englishmen aged 30 or under in the world top 60, the future looks rosy. But why so many at once? Fergus Bisset investigates… A New Golden Age For English Golf? 
Twenty years ago there were just four English players in the top 100 on the Official World Golf Ranking.
That number has grown steadily to a point where there are now 13 Englishmen inside the world’s top 100. Some of these 13 – players like Justin Rose, Lee Westwood, Paul Casey and Luke Donald – are long- established at the top of…

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