See it, do it, buy it

You don’t even need your clubs to get your golf fix this au­tumn

Today's Golfer (UK) - - FIRST TEE -

SEE IT British Mas­ters

The Eu­ro­pean Tour re­turns to British shores for the first time since The Open as Justin Rose dons the role of host at Wal­ton Heath in Sur­rey for the British Mas­ters. For £110, you can ser­e­nade the Ry­der Cup stars dur­ing the celebrity pro-am and then en­joy all four days of tour­na­ment golf from Oc­to­ber 10-14. Day tick­ets start from £23; week­end tick­ets from £68. Un­der 16s go free. www.british­mas­ters­

SEE IT Hero World Chal­lenge

If you en­joyed the first Hero World Chal­lenge at Ed­in­burgh Cas­tle and can’t make the British Mas­ters, head to South Dock, Ca­nary Wharf af­ter work for a spot of night golf. Start­ing at 5pm on Oc­to­ber 9, Rose and a bunch of Eu­ro­pean Tour stars will hit from a float­ing tee into a float­ing green as part of a one­hole shootout. Ad­mis­sion is free. www.british­mas­ters­

DO IT Tree­top Ad­ven­ture Golf

Play up to your in­ner child (or your own) by sam­pling Manch­ester’s Ama­zon-themed golf at­trac­tion. Tree­top Ad­ven­ture Golf is home to two, 18-hole mini golf cour­ses, which end with a bonus 19th hole where you can win a free round. Open seven days a week un­til late, prices start from £9.50 per per­son for 18 holes; £15 for 36 holes. Dis­counts ap­ply for early birds, stu­dents, kids and over 60s.­ven­ture­

BUY IT The 147th Open An­nual: The Of­fi­cial Story

Re­live all the drama in pic­tures, com­men­tary and anal­y­sis from the 2018 Open at Carnoustie, and then wade through a full sta­tis­ti­cal record of the Cham­pi­onship. Get your copy for £16.99 from Oc­to­ber 19.

DO IT The Open auc­tion

Give your home the makeover it de­serves by deck­ing it out with a col­lec­tion of Open mem­o­ra­bilia. Visit the auc­tion web­site and you can bid for ev­ery­thing from lim­ited-edi­tion prints and pin flags to signed score­cards and o£cial pro­grammes. Stick to the ‘buy now’ op­tion to avoid any bid­ding wars. auc­

BUY IT Call­away Chrome Soft Golf Balls

Show your sup­port for Team Eu­rope (or USA) by get­ting your hands on Call­away’s Ry­der Cup -themed golf balls. Avail­able in white, blue and yel­low or a stars & stripes de­sign, the limit­ededi­tion balls com­bine Call­away’s Tru­vis pat­tern and Graphene Dual Soft­fast Core tech­nol­ogy. Call­away claims that the for­mer im­proves vis­i­bil­ity and the lat­ter pro­duces a fast and soft-feel­ing ball that pro­motes high-launch and low spin off the tee, and in­cred­i­ble stop­ping power around the green. In other words, they give you ev­ery­thing you want (and more) for £37.99 a dozen.

SEE IT World Golf Cham­pi­onships-cham­pi­ons

The PGA Tour re­turns af­ter a two-week break (ridicu­lous, we know), with the 2018/19 sea­son kick­ing off at the Safe­way Open just four days af­ter the Ry­der Cup fin­ishes. Bren­dan Steele will be vy­ing for a hat-trick of wins in a row, but if that doesn’t whet your ap­petite, wait un­til the last week of Oc­to­ber when Shang­hai wel­comes the world’s top 50 for the Wgc-cham­pi­ons. It’s the big­gest event be­tween now and the end of the year so it’s a good ex­cuse to in­voke a no-touch pol­icy on the re­mote con­trol. From Oc­to­ber 25-28, live on Sky Sports.

Wal­ton Heath has been a US Open qual­i­fy­ing venue since 2005 and staged the 1981 Ry­der Cup.

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