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bunkered editor Bryce Ritchie explained: “We’re living in increasingly fast-paced times, which can make it hard to stay up-to-date with all of the latest goings-on with the things that interest us.

“That’s why the bunkered Daily News Feed exists. It curates all of the latest and biggest stories and videos from the bunkered website and YouTube channel, providing golfers with a regular and informed golf fix.

“What’s more, it is in your inbox in time for your alarm going off so it’s the perfect reading material whilst you’re tucking in to your breakfast or on your morning commute.”

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