Hats off to Golf Digest for more fantastic golf journalism. What will the interns come up with next? Duckface throwin’ up a deuce!
Golf is a game of honor, right? That’s exactly why the USGA does not trust us to post scores when played as a single. To further support the key System […]
This the 2nd installment of my 2015 golf Christmas gift guides. These guides may be known to the politically correct as “holiday” golf gift guides. Today’s gift category is golf […]
Well it is that time of year, the “gift guides” are all over the blogosphere now. Ah, I remember back in the days when I did one of the only […]
The creativity and ingenuity of some golf entrepreneurs and designers never ceases to amaze me. Case in point is Pitchfix’s ability to create cool new variations of the oldest and […]
I need another golf bag like I need a hole in the head. But I had some pro shop money which was about to expire and this lovely University of […]
Paula Creamer has signed on with Bridgestone. BRIDGESTONE’S PRESS RELEASE: PAULA CREAMER CHOOSES PRECEPT BALL IN HER QUEST TO BECOME #1 2005 LPGA Rookie of the Year Switches Ball for […]
Man I’ve been in the posting zone lately. I’ll just go with… There’s a company called Soldius from the Netherlands which makes a golf bag with solar panels on it. […]
I’m hoping to get my hands on some golf GPS units to review for you. But until then, you can see some reviews over at GPS Review.
In case you missed it, here’s a shot Rich from Eat Golf took with his new camera. I about fell out of my chair when I saw this pic at […]
I had a nice chat with the local Cleveland rep a few days ago. Cool guy. Some reps that work for really big golf companies that start with the letter […]
I’ve gotten to know the local Bridgestone rep over the last half a year or so. He’s not your prototypical golf rep. He’s a young dude, shaved head and one […]
Kiwi’s blog “Kiwi Hacker” is up and running! Kiwi is a good guy and active on many of the golf forums. He’s got a nice, original way of presenting his […]