Roberto Van Heugten

Roberto Van Heugten, emerging writer with many publications to his credit, writes of game on the pages of Italy4golf, in the column "Lost balls in Italy".
The narrative is different: in fact, in its pages it speaks of sport, but above all of territories and hospitality.

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OMG, where’s my wedge

LOST BALLS IN ITALY – DI ROBERTO VAN HEUGTEN

Dear fellow Trolleypushers!

I’ll introduce this letter in a way once was defined confidential text, one of those items that in times of email and selfdestroying chats is no longer used in human communication (I say: unfortunately).

This short story is dedicated to whom are so involved in game of golf that become use to loose loads of objects on his beloved courses.

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The importance of a Golf clinic

LOST BALLS IN ITALY – DI ROBERTO VAN HEUGTEN

When you spend your time jogging along golf courses observing, as I do, a complex of factors, such as the beauty of the course and its surroundings, the services that complete the experience, the territory, the traditions, the kitchen and the hospitality… the quality of played golf might drop in the background.

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Who follows designers….. and who suffers them. Ca’ Della Nave Golf Club

LOST BALLS IN ITALY – BY ROBERTO VAN HEUGTEN

Around twelve years ago I approached golf whit no agonistic perspectives.
At that time I used to trade on Italian market high quality decorative synthetic lawns – for gardens, roofs and terraces – when the dutch producer informed me that a beautiful products line for domestic golf was ready. He also informed me that the professional assortment was set and that it was specifically designed for golfclubs’ practice areas.

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