Valero Texas Open TV Schedule
THU – 3PM-6PM ET – Golf Channel
FRI – 3PM-6PM ET – Golf Channel
SAT – 3PM-6PM ET – CBS
SUN – 3PM-6PM ET – CBS
Liberty Mutual Insurance Legends of Golf TV Schedule
FRI – 12:30PM-2:30PM ET – Golf Channel
SAT – 1PM-3PM ET – Golf Channel
SAT – 1PM-3PM ET – CBS
SUN – 1PM-3PM ET – CBS
WED – 6:30PM-11PM ET – Golf Channel
THU – 6:30PM-9:30PM ET – Golf Channel
FRI – 6:30PM-9:30PM ET – Golf Channel
SAT – 7PM-10PM ET – Golf Channel
Alright I’m finished upgrading the site theme.
For those who regularly read the blog you may have noticed that the home page’s post thumbnails sometimes looked scaled badly, grainy or had large portions of the image cut off. I believe I’ve solved that issue.
Regarding those same thumbnails, they’re now aligned to the right and scaled to proportionate dimensions as the home page slideshow.
I’ve upgraded all of the site plugins, including the one which renders a whole different version of the site if you are on a mobile device like an iPhone. Try it out and let me know if it works!
When I post links to social networks like Facebook, the thumbnails don’t make it. That was my original hope to fix. But that will have to wait for another day.
And now, back to our regularly scheduled blogram.
Hopefully HOG will look as nice as this...
If things look strange here today please be patient. I’m performing a theme upgrade. It may take a bit for the site to completely restored to its intended look.
Sorry for any inconvenience!
The wheel has been reinvented in the golf industry about a billion times. Do we really need another divot tool? I wasn’t sure about that until I got my grubby golf blogger hands on the new Champ Flix switchblade divot tool. I do believe the divot too did need to be reinvented and it has now been done very well.
Champ Flix Divot Repair Instrument – click to magnify
- Switchblade action with retractable forks
- Forks made from stainless steel
- Super-light in the pocket
- Magnetically attached ball marker, customizable
Go play some golf!
Happy “National Golf Day.”
Today marks the 5th annual National Golf Day, where reps from golf organizations bring a message about the impact and importance of the game of golf to elected leaders in Washington, D.C.
The impact of golf is great, as outlined in this description of National Golf Day on the PGA Tour web site.
Of course, the best part of National Golf Day is that I get to tell you to drop what you are doing and go play golf! Tell your boss I said it was okay.