Golfshake Weekly Round Up

By: Darren Ramowski | Mon 25 Apr 2011 | Comments

With the changing weather and Easter Bank Holidays it looks like everyone is back out playing with 10000s of rounds added to Golfshake over the last few weeks and 7 Hole in Ones during April.

With another extended Bank Holiday in the UK make sure you track your scores online and you never know you may be featured in the weekly newsletter.

We recently added the Golfshake top 100 golf courses and will shortly extend to regions so make sure you review the courses you have played.

Community Round Up

Paul Morrisroe recently added another review taking him to the top for most course reviews with 69.  Paul will be invited out to play with the Golfshake team so be sure you add your reviews to help others and maybe we will feature yours or win a round with the Golfshake team.

The most prolific blogger is David Preston with 170 focused on his golf and updates for the Crown Golf Society in Leicester.

To check out the latest scores, reviews and compare your scores & stats on the virtual leaderboard then check out the Golfshake community section.

The Life and Times of a Bandit

Great forum post on Golfshake what are your thoughts ?

Golf News and Features

Great news round-up this week with Westwood back on top, plus 'The Rise and Fall of Michael Welch', the latest rules article from Barry Rhodes 'Nearst Point of Relief' and the last Gtour results.


2011 Golf Events

Golfshake Inter Society MatchplayEvents

The North vs South will be taking place in June and the pairs 2011 Matchplay Series will be starting soon but we are now looking to find societies interested in an inter society event.


BunkerFEST2 is taking place 8-9th May at De Vere Belton Woods, Grantham, Lincolnshire and where else can you take part in 2 days golf with the GONG in the Lake Challenge ? 

Visit or call 0115 989 0970

Four Nations Golf Challenge

Last call for the Four Nations Golf Challenge.

Only days remain before entries close on 30th April and Regional Qualifying for the 2011 event gets underway.

The Irish are already saying The Four Nations Cup is theirs, but this is being strongly contested by Scotland with Wales quietly confident…but are the English the ones to beat...who are you betting on or playing for?

Swing well and see you on the fairways soon.


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