Week 1 of Lockdown - Team Bunker Round Up

We don't know about you, but the last week has been a very long 7 days! For a lot of us, it'll be the longest that we've ever gone without playing golf, especially at this time of year when the clocks have now changed and the weather is (for the most part) starting to turn.
Instead, we've all had to adapt the way we live, and the way we practice our golf, to try and keep that golfing itch at bay. Below is a round up of what all our great ambassadors have been doing to keep themselves sane and keep their golf games sharp:


Alistair has been keeping up with his regular 3-times-a-week video tips over on YouTube. Be sure to catch up with all of his most recent ones, and hit "Subscribe" so that you don't miss out on any of his fantastic tips to improve your golf game.


Lloyd is currently isolating himself away up there in sunny Scotland. With no golf possible at all, he's been finding new ways to introduce golf into his life - our favourite is Fiona and himself creating themselves a nice little Par 3 down on the beachfront (see above).


 Marcus has spent the past week mixing home workouts in his back garden and garage with finding new ways to practice his game rather than just mindlessly hitting balls into a net. Fingers crossed this should put him in a good position when he's finally able to make it back out onto the course.




 'Streets' would normally be gearing himself up for the start of another season, traveling around the world playing on the Staysure (European Seniors) Tour. However, for the foreseeable future it doesn't look like this is going to be happening. In the absence of any golf (or any home remodeling projects), Paul has joined the wonderful world of Instagram.


The lockdown period couldn't have come at a worse time for the guys at the 2020 Pro Tour - they were just kicking off their events calendar as the current situation was developing. Combine that with horrific rain at their first two scheduled events, they managed to get the next two played before everything was shut down.