A couple of days ago I posted my first pics of the new Bridgestone Golf B330RX and B330RXS golf balls. Very good, softer balls for golfers with swing speeds under […]
I’ve been enjoying the first few days wearing this new IJP Design (Ian James Poulter) Black Watch Golf Sweater. It has been very cold here in northern Utah and this […]
Such a fun time of year on the PGA Tour! We get to watch celebrities and rich CEO’s play Pebble Beach. What could be more fun? Cue the Kenny […]
Dear snow. Please melt. Thank you. That way I can start testing golf equipment, like these new Bridgestone Golf Tour B330RX and RXS golf balls. The RX series is designed […]
The following is probably more for me than it is for you. Read at your own risk. It’s February 9th, 2016. The high temperature here in Salt Lake City for […]
You can’t swing like a boss if you miss the sweet spot. That we all know. There are many ways to determine the impact point on a club like impact […]
Thanks to Golf Chick for adding some fuel to the golf blog prank fire. She answered my plea for a picture of Rich from Eat Golf, providing me with a […]
I’m trying to put my finger on why Phil Michelson looks so different. He’s sporting a shaggier hair do. But is it that he’s lost some LB’s?
Chad Campbell and is Sasquatch driver held on to win the “star studded” Bob Hope in Palm Springs. -25, aim low sheriff. Putting won the tourney for him though, with […]
I was punching in course info into the Eat Golf Course Directory when this thought came to my mind. Years ago I was in Mesquite Nevada with a buddy golfing […]
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.