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What Does Danish Golf Do So Well?

What Does Danish Golf Do So Well?

Later this year we will see the Solheim and Ryder Cups being played within a few weeks of one another. At Finca Cortesin in Spain Emily Pedersen will likely make her third appearance, alongside her compatriot Nanna Koerstz Madsen. In the men’s game Thorbjorn Olesen, twice a winner in the past nine months, is making a concerted move to making Luke Donald’s side in Italy. Then we have the Hojgaard twins, Rasmus and Nicolai, who are already being talked about as possibles for Rome. They turn 22 in a couple of weeks.

The rise of Danish golf has been one of the talking points in the game for some time and, for a country with something like 150,000 registered golfers, they are now a phenomenal force. We spoke to Pedersen to see what the country and the federation excels at and what lessons could be learnt from them. 


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