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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@ sport­ or visit http://www. for more in­for­ma­tion.


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.


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 visit­or­gan­is­ing-the-rule-book.

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