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Sports review of 2021

Sports review of 2021

We take a look back at another rollercoaster year for sport in Kent.

Wallis remains king of the links

Wallis remains king of the links

Canterbury's Richard Wallis is celebrating his fifth PGA Sandwich Links Championship triumph.

Busy greenkeeper celebrates double success

Busy greenkeeper celebrates double success

Sheerness Golf Club’s head greenkeeper has helped produce a new short game practice area at the club while showing he can play a bit too.

Youngsters' finals glory

Youngsters' finals glory

Rochester & Cobham and Langley Park called the shots at the Srixon Junior 4somes.

Holes in one are a family affair

Holes in one are a family affair

Anything Canterbury golfer Kevin Ashby's cousin can do, he can too!

Victory for Redlibbets Golf Club pairing

Victory for Redlibbets Golf Club pairing

The Kent Golf Veterans League has concluded its annual Pairs Championship with the winners coming from Redlibbets Golf Club.

The Ryder Cup star and the media magnate

The Ryder Cup star and the media magnate

He's immortalised on top of one of golf's most prized trophies - but few know the remarkable story of one of the sport's forgotten legends.

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I spent The Open week living in luxury at Sandwich Technology School

I spent The Open week living in luxury at Sandwich Technology School

Golfer Jonathan Thomson has given a fascinating insight to life behind the scenes during The Open at Royal St George's.

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'They are some of the best fans I've ever seen'

'They are some of the best fans I've ever seen'

Open champion Collin Morikawa heaped praise on the fans at Royal St George's in Sandwich.

The best pictures from The Open

The best pictures from The Open

Check out Barry Goodwin's best pictures from The Open at Royal St George’s in Sandwich.

Collin Morikawa reveals burger diet helped him win The Open

Collin Morikawa reveals burger diet helped him win The Open

Open champion Collin Morikawa has revealed the secret to his success at Royal St George’s – a diet of burgers!

Collin Morikawa wins The Open at Sandwich

Collin Morikawa wins The Open at Sandwich

Ice-cool Collin Morikawa produced a scintillating final round to win The Open at Royal St George’s on Sunday.

Rory: I made too many mistakes

Rory: I made too many mistakes

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy was left to reflect on what might have been at The Open in Sandwich.

Bryson: I’ll never figure The Open out

Bryson: I’ll never figure The Open out

Bryson DeChambeau produced his best golf of The Open on day four – but admitted he might never figure out playing in the Championship.

The Open: Jordan Spieth falters as Louis retains lead in the sunshine

The Open: Jordan Spieth falters as Louis retains lead in the sunshine

Jordan Spieth lost ground after a dramatic end to his third round at The Open on Saturday.

The Open: Rory's roar dampens on day three

The Open: Rory's roar dampens on day three

Rory McIlroy threatened to make up serious ground on the leaders in The Open at Royal St George's on Saturday.

The Open: Collin Morikawa closes in on leader Louis Oosthuizen

The Open: Collin Morikawa closes in on leader Louis Oosthuizen

American Collin Morikawa made full use of his early start to turn up the heat on day two of The Open at Royal St George’s.

Perfect round for Open leader Oosthuizen

Perfect round for Open leader Oosthuizen

Day one leader Louis Oosthuizen said his opening round 64 was 'perfect'.

The Open: Louis Oosthuizen leads on day one at six under par

The Open: Louis Oosthuizen leads on day one at six under par

Former Open champion Louis Oosthuizen set the pace on day one at Royal St George's on Thursday.

The Open: It's all about the timing!

The Open: It's all about the timing!

What's it like to tee off at 6.35am at The Open?

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