"Andy, The magazine looks great - you've done a good job. Concise and to the point... Regards, Mel"

Mel Sole has 30 years experience teaching golf and is co-founder of Ritson-Sole Golf Schools, USA



Preview of Next Issue

The PGA Tour stays in Florida for the The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass. This is one of the richest purses in golf with the winner picking up $1.17 million. Defending champion Davis Love III has been looking like he is due for a win this season but although there have been multiple winners (including Love 1992 & 2003) they have never been in consecutive years since the tournament started in 1974. Sawgrass is renowned as one of the toughest courses on the schedule and The Players Championship always attracts a top-flight field so this is definitely one to look forwad to.

The European Tour returns to Europe for the Madeira Island Open and with most of the big names off to Sawgrass it looks like a wide open contest.

The LPGA Tour holds the first of its majors this week. The Kraft Nabisco Challenge will be held at Mission Hills Country Club, Rancho Mirage, California and became one of the Ladies Major Tournaments back in 1983. Last Year, Annika Sorenstam was edged out by one stroke by Patricia Meunier-Lebouc but with a 100% win record (2 for 2) this year who is to say this won't be the first step on her way to achieving her goal of winning all the majors in one season.

The Champions Tour does not have an event scheduled for this week.





Copyright 2004 Golfing-Weekly.com - All Rights Reserved