Ouul focuses on aggressively developing fashion forward, technically superior golf bags, travel luggage and accessories. They pride themselves in designing and developing all of their own materials, which is unique in the industry. The entire Ouul team places the consumer first and foremost, to produce products that express a way of life, a freedom of expression with timeless style and intelligent functionality.
The Superlight Ouul Python cart and stand bags feature stylish and attractive handcrafted python prints. The fabric looks like the skin of a Python and Ouul has blended the classy look with a cool design that still offers the full functionality of a quality golf bag.
The Ouul Alligator cart and stand bags feature a luxurious and stylish multi-layered alligator embroidered micro PU design. These stunning, high-performance golf bags are available in a variety of rich and beautiful colours. Eight pockets designed with luxury metal zippers, provide plenty of storage and easy access on a buggy or pull cart. The 10'' 15 way top cart bags come with full-length individual dividers that keep clubs organized, protected and also features a soft touch interior lining and matching rain/travel hood. The 8.5'' 5-way stand bags with a front handle design top, and a single strap with a comfortable, thermoform padded insert makes transportation and accessing clubs easy and comfortable. Clubs and valuables are protected with a soft touch interior lining, while a flex foot base system prevents slipping or sinking on turf and also includes a matching rain/travel hood.
The Ouul Sterling cart and stand bags blend beauty and art with performance, and feature a truly unique and sophisticated embroidered geometric square pattern design on premium micro PU. The 8.5" 5-way stand bags with a front handle design top, and a single strap with a comfortable, thermoform padded insert makes transporting and accessing clubs easy and comfortable. Clubs and valuables are protected with a soft-touch interior lining, while a flex foot base system prevents slipping or sinking on turf. The interior lining is indulgent and soft to the touch and includes a matching rain/travel hood. The 10" 15-way top cart bags with full-length individual dividers keep clubs organized and protected. The multi-handle design is wrapped in a high-performance fabric, with eight pockets that are specifically arranged for a cart-specific design and feature Ouul's signature metal zippers and perfectly matched rain/travel hood. Ouul products are available at Golf & Leisure located at 545, Orchard Road, #02-18/19/20/21, Far East Shopping Centre, Singapore 238883. Contact +65 6884 9575 or email sales@ sportsleisure.com.sg or visit http://www. golfleisure.com.sg for more information.
TOP HONOURS FOR MATURE MORGAN AT SINGAPORE JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Rising Australian star Jediah Morgan overcame an early bout of the jitters to complete an imperious wire-to-wire victory in the Singapore Junior Golf Championship. The 17-year-old Queenslander proved too strong for his rivals on another sweltering day at the Seletar Country Club. Morgan also won last year’s Asia Pacific Junior Championship in Taiwan and was triumphant at the recent Northern Territory Amateur at Alice Springs Golf Club. In the Girls’ category, pride of place went to Thailand’s Arpichaya Yubol. A year after finishing third overall and lifting the trophy in Division B of the tournament, Arpichaya returned to take the top prize among the girls. While Arpichaya has no immediate plans to relinquish her amateur status, she makes no secret of her ambitions to follow in the footsteps of compatriot Ariya Jutanugarn by participating on the LPGA Tour and becoming world number one.
There was also some outstanding golf in the respective Division Bs. Singapore-based Thomas Lamb, a British native, compiled a 54-hole score of 237 to win the Boys’ Division B by three shots while Hong Kong’s Wong Lok-yin was the leading light in the Girls’ Division B with a total of 226. Singapore’s Shannon Tan was runner-up on 231. Making the most of local knowledge, Seletar Country Club members Louis Tee and Vanessa Khoo Qi Lin had the distinction of winning the prizes for the best local performers.
REORGANISING THE RULE BOOK
The new rule book will focus on what the typical player needs to know. Information that is only relevant to Committees who organise competitions or oversee the golf course is moved to a separate “Committee Procedures” document sitting outside the Rules of Golf. For example, that document will cover all matters about running a competition (such as giving out score cards) and about adopting Local Rules and their recommended wording. The Number of Rules has also been reduced from 34 to 24; this has been achieved by restructuring the Rules, combining certain relief procedures and removing the Committee specific information. The basic Rules for individual match play and individual stroke play are covered in Rules 1-20. Other forms of play (including those involving play with a partner) are covered in Rules 21 to 24. The R&A are also moving the contents of more than 100 key Decisions into the body of the Rules. This approach makes the Rule book itself longer, but reducing the word count in the book is much less important than allowing the reader to find all Rule answers in a single document. The traditional “question and answer” Decisions book will be replaced with a “Handbook”. The Handbook will give organised explanatory guidance on each Rule where needed rather than using “Decisions” as the sole method of providing interpretations of the Rules. For more details please visit www.rules.golf/reorganising-the-rule-book.