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Eoin Cass

Eoin Cass
Business Graduate. I was a golfer once upon a time. These days I spend more time carrying bags than chasing birdies. I recently won the Lotto, I just do this for fun!

Game Golf – Changing How We Play The Game

Eoin Cass takes a look at Game Golf, an innovative new product from Irish entrepreneur John McGuire. Golf has become a game of numbers, from the number you sign for on your scorecard at your local course, to the millions of dollars the pros contend for on tour. Where numbers and percentages are concerned, there is no grey area. Professional …

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Golf: New Year, New Me

Eoin Cass discusses the recent changes in golf’s brief off-season 2014 has arrived and the turn of the year has brought many changes. Facebook was abuzz with the predictable “new year, new me” statuses. The notion of change for the better is a romantic one and oftentimes a fresh outlook can be the catalyst for success. The holiday season passed …

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Brian Casey – Chasing Birdies

The first time I met Brian Casey was at the Munster Strokeplay Championship in Cork Golf Club in 2012 where he tore the field to shreds with closing rounds of 64-66 on the final day. Casey is a birdie machine and has always had the knack for going low. His resounding ten stroke victory made a lasting first impression. His …

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Lydia Ko – Remember The Name

Eoin Cass profiles Lydia Ko, an exciting young talent that is setting women’s golf alight.  Lydia Ko is one of the most impressive young talents in the game today. Affectionately known as “Lyds”, at just 16 years old she has already made her mark on the world of women’s golf. Born in Seoul, South Korea, Ko moved to New Zealand …

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Custom Fitting By ForeGolf – How It Should Be Done

Eoin Cass continues his special on custom fitting in golf, with an insight into ForeGolf. I first met Derek Murray, owner of ForeGolf (FG), earlier this year on the range at the Irish Open. As we watched some of the world’s finest golfers go through their routines, I found myself intrigued by his extensive knowledge of the custom fitting and …

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Golf: The Pitfalls of Custom-Fitting Part 1

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Eoin Cass talks about custom-fitting in golf and the associated pitfalls that a lot of golfers experience with custom clubs. Golf is a game of variables and uncontrollable factors. Control is essential to succeed in golf. You, as an individual, constantly battle for control on the golf course; of your technique and your mind. One element which we can all …

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Henrik Stenson – the rise and fall – and rise again

Mercurial – the only word worthy of describing Henrik Stenson’s golf in 2013. Known as a streaky golfer, 2013 has been an incredible year for the Swedish jokester. Famous among his peers for his jovial character and locker room pranks, he is now etched into the history books after finishing off one of the most incredible golfing seasons of the …

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European Tour Qualifying School: ‘King Kev’ grabs a Golden Ticket

This week the venue for Final Stage of European Tour Qualifying School was PGA Catalunya Resort, Girona, Spain. Final Stage is played over two courses, the Tour Course (par 70) and the Stadium Course (par 72). Included in the 156 man field were former European Tour winners, veterans who have struggled with form and lost their playing rights on Tour, …

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