Dornoch, Scotland born Donald Ross began his golf career as an apprentice to Old Tom Morris at the Old Course in St Andrews. Old Tom was the greenskeeper for the […]
The best thing about running one of the world’s best golf blogs isn’t the gear, the travel, the hot groupies in yoga pants… It’s meeting cool people in the golf […]
At the time my handicap was the absolute best I was playing with a group of eight guys, none of whom was higher than a 5-handicap. In the group there was […]
The upcoming Hooked on Golf Blog World Tour trip to Scotland is 22 days, 4 hours, 12 minutes and 34 seconds away. But who is counting? During this particular tour I […]
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“Proper Threads” I love that statement. It seems many golf apparel makers are going for shock value, and becoming less and less classy and sophisticated. Those flashy products may be […]
In 1996 by Dale Bathum started making golf sandals and alternative golf footwear with something in mind that other golf shoe companies seemed to ignore: comfort. 10 years later Bite […]
I got my first two tournaments on the Futures Tour under my belt and I have to say that I am pleased with the results. I learned a lot about […]
All due respect to the Bell South… LET THE MASTERS TALK BEGIN!
The new HOG poll is up. The Masters is 10 days, 8 hours and 3 minutes away. (I’m counting the seconds too, but decided not to post them) Who will […]
The latest poll results are in! The Major season is less than two weeks away and you’ve weighed in on your favorite major. The Masters has resoundingly won. No surprise. […]
“Which course is Ames playing?” As I start this post I’m watching the TPC on my DVR. DVR’s are the single best invention ever for watching golf on TV. Steven […]
Man is this tournament at the TPC a ton of fun to watch or what? I love seeing a course that can make the likes of Jose Maria Olazabal throw […]
Following a day where their group was put on the clock for slow play, Rory Sabbatini’s wife put on a shirt that said “keep up” in reference to the slow […]