LONDON — “It’s very hard to be an Englishman nowadays,” says the 34-year-old, who has worked for several brands in his 30 years in the retail industry.

“People are so interested in brands.

We’ve just seen it go up and down.

But it’s going to keep going up.

We’re a little bit on the high end.””

We’re trying to get back to a place where it’s a little more affordable for the average family.

We want to make sure we don’t get out of control.”

The average British family spends almost £1,000 a year on golf bags and a quarter of this is spent on the £400-a-week model that costs about £3,000.

This includes the £150 a week cost for a round of golf, and the £350 a week for a day-long trip.

In the UK, golf bags account for almost half of the retail sales of golf products.

The number of golf bags sold per customer increased from 11.5 per cent in 2005 to 22.9 per cent last year, according to data from the Golf Bag Association.

The average retail price for a golf bag has increased by just under 10 per cent over the past five years, from £2,700 to £3.7 million, but golf bags still account for just 10 per per cent of the overall retail market.

The Golf Bag Awards is a global business competition that is run by the Golfbag Association.

It seeks to identify and nominate golf bags that meet the standards set by the industry body.

The award is open to the UK and Ireland.

The golf bag category is the most important category of the annual industry awards, which are held every year in London.

The winners will be announced on Monday at the World Golf Awards, which takes place at The Royal Albert Hall.

The awards are also held in London at the National Golf & Leisure Centre.

The UK is home to more than 1.6 million golf bag sales annually, with the number of UK-based golf bag manufacturers growing from 1,000 in 2008 to 5,000 last year.