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Square Mile magazine announces 2018 golf award winners

1.57pm 11th December 2018 - Media

Square Mile magazine, the luxury lifestyle publication distributed to those working in the financial services in the City of London, has announced the winners of its 2018 Golf Awards.

The awards celebrate the players, courses, destinations and equipment that have made the biggest waves in the golfing world in 2018. This year’s winners include players Justin Rose and Brooks Koepka, courses Adare Manor (pictured) and Bernadus, and resorts Gleneagles and PGA Catalunya.

Deputy Editor Ben Winstanley said: “The financial services industry has always had a special link to golf – with the fairways often providing a more enticing meeting place than the boardroom. Our fourth annual golf awards have grown to represent the many facets of this excellent sport.”

Owing to the continued interest in golf by its City readership, Square Mile will also host its inaugural Readers’ Golf Day next spring, which will bring together readers and some of the best brands from the world of golf.

Square Mile Golf Awards 2018 – Winners

UK Player of the Year – Justin Rose
World Player of the Year – Brooks Koepka
Best New Course, British Isles – Adare Manor, County Limerick, Ireland
Best New Course, Europe – Bernadus, North Brabant, The Netherlands
Best New Course, International – Mammoth Dunes, Wisconsin, USA
Best Resort, British Isles – Gleneagles, Perthshire, Scotland
Best Resort, Europe – PGA Catalunya, Girona, Spain
Best Course Renovation – Himalayas Nine, Prince’s Golf Club, Kent
Up-and-coming destination, Europe – Madeira, Portugal
Up-and-coming destination, International – Jordan, Middle East
Best Tour Operator –
Best Gadget – Arccos Caddie 2.0
Best Clothing – Galvin Green
Best Golf Shoes – ECCO
Up-and-coming Golf brand – Honma
Best Equipment Manufacturer – Ping

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