darrenram

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  1. Here you go http://www.golfshake.com/golf/view/13681/
  2. You can now register here http://www.golfshake.com/golf/view/13683/
  3. Church Stretton ?
  4. More info coming ASAP First dat Monday 10th April Big date to hold Sun/Mon 10/11th Sept plus 8/5 16/6 7/7 14/8 More info coming very very soon!
  5. Date to hold Sun/Mon 10/11th Sept
  6. Chris, I'm on it. Should be sorted tomorrow. Just a few other things I'm also finalising
  7. Did you manage to upload ? All issues were sorted from the weekend and normal service was back this week.
  8. At the Belfry the 1 night 2 rounds for £95 seems to be for the PGA and Derby but says 'reduced' so suspect very date specific when the Sunday stays are £119. The 2 night and 3 rounds includes £229 includes the Brab hence the big price jump. The similar 1 night 2 rounds 'reduced' including the Brab is £174. So basically playing the brab is costing £79 Golfshake obviously partner with Golfbreaks.com but they offer a 1 night 1 round on the Brabazon for £149 but lots of very similar offer: http://www.golfbreaks.com/the-belfry/
  9. I've a date and venue provisionally booked. Just finalising the booking procedure. Final info ASAP. Monday at the latest.
  10. Hold the date 10th/11 Sept 2017. More info to follow.
  11. Hi Simon, we had issues over the weekend in the evening sporadically on the website causing the site to run very very slow. Whilst the app continued to function fine we did do some maintenance which did cause the app to temp be unable to upload. Everything was fully sorted late Sunday. Have you tried since ? drop an email to help at golfshake dot com and I can provide additional info to get the app uploading again.
  12. Thanks for all the responses. Just about to start compiling date from the 4.5k responses !
  13. Quick follow up. I didn't actually find this and am still looking for it
  14. Full info here - http://www.golfshake.com/news/view/10846/RA_and_USGA_Modernise_Rules_with_Historic_Changes.html but to summarise: Highlights of the proposed Rule changes include: Elimination or reduction of “ball moved” penalties: There will be no penalty for accidentally moving a ball on the putting green or in searching for a ball; and a player is not responsible for causing a ball to move unless it is “virtually certain” that he or she did so. Relaxed putting green rules: There will be no penalty if a ball played from the putting green hits an unattended flagstick in the hole; players may putt without having the flagstick attended or removed. Players may repair spike marks and other damage made by shoes, animal damage and other damage on the putting green and there is no penalty for merely touching the line of putt. Relaxed rules for “penalty areas” (currently called “water hazards”): Red and yellow-marked penalty areas may cover areas of desert, jungle, lava rock, etc., in addition to areas of water; expanded use of red penalty areas where lateral relief is allowed; and there will be no penalty for moving loose impediments or touching the ground or water in a penalty area. Relaxed bunker rules: There will be no penalty for moving loose impediments in a bunker or for generally touching the sand with a hand or club. A limited set of restrictions (such as not grounding the club right next to the ball) is kept to preserve the challenge of playing from the sand; however, an extra relief option is added for an unplayable ball in a bunker, allowing the ball to be played from outside the bunker with a two-stroke penalty. Relying on player integrity: A player’s “reasonable judgment” when estimating or measuring a spot, point, line, area or distance will be upheld, even if video evidence later shows it to be wrong; and elimination of announcement procedures when lifting a ball to identify it or to see if it is damaged. Pace-of-play support: Reduced time for searching for a lost ball (from five minutes to three); affirmative encouragement of “ready golf” in stroke play; recommending that players take no more than 40 seconds to play a stroke and other changes intended to help with pace of play. Simplified way of taking relief: A new procedure for taking relief by dropping a ball in and playing it from a specific relief area; relaxed procedures for dropping a ball, allowing the ball to be dropped from just above the ground or any growing thing or other object on the ground.
  15. +1 for Conwy