The ever-changing face of golf

First-class event: The Ladies European Tour’s Aramco Team Series in Singapore proved a huge success last week, where Paulin Roussin Bouchard (with trophy) triumphed at Laguna National and left American Danielle Kang (left) to finish runner-up and New Zealand’s world no. 1 Lydia Ko in third spot. — LET and AFP

THE game of golf as we know it continues to evolve. The difference now, compared to yesteryear, is that it is changing more rapidly.

Also, the new components being brought into the equation these days come with a greater impact.

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