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Highs and lows of golfing in 2016

BT takes a look back as well as a peek forward to some key golfing events in 2017.

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Arnold Palmer, one of the “Big 3” of golfing, was 87 when he died in September.

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Defending champion Ha Na Jang of South Korea will defend her crown at the 10th edition of the HSBC Women’s Champions.

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Tiger Woods made his comeback after a 16-month absence and finished 15th, with fans cheering the former World No 1 on.

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Scotland’s Kingsbarns Golf Links will be the venue for this women’s major which will attract a stellar field including defending champion and Rolex player of the year Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand.

Death of the King

One of the greatest golfers of all time died in September at the age of 87. Arnold Palmer was widely regarded as one of "The Big Three" in golf during the 1960s, along with Gary Player. He won seven majors and 95 professional titles during a career which

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