Checking in on some other golf blogs

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, October 29th, 2009
Categories: Golf MediaMiscellaneous

I don’t get out to other golf blogs as often as I’d like to these days. I’m very busy with my own golf blog here, The Golf Space, running some other sites, attempting to play golf and have some semblance of a personal life.

Since I’m feeling a bit of writer’s blogger’s cramp I thought I’d make a few stops and report on what some of my golf blogging pals are up to.  In alphabetical order…

Armchair just got back from the McGladrey Team Championship, where Chris DiMarco, Natalie Gulbis and Zach Johnson were in the field.  Armchair’s content is always great.

Deep Rough reviewed the new Ping i15 irons.  I get lost on Deep’s blog though.  The content is excellent but the blog format is confusing.

Miranda at Even Par Round is still at it.  Good analysis of the PGA Tour money list and she’s always good at keeping track of the good lookers on tour.  Now if I could just get her to switch to a new theme for her blogger template!

Geoff Shackelford is a must read.  I recommend stopping by regularly.

Golf Babes is a blogspot blog (can’t win ’em all), but hey at least he covers all the beautiful women who golf with many photos.  No comments allowed though.  I always stop by there for a fix.

GolfBlogger is a rock.  Nobody blogs harder about golf.

My pal Kristen, The Golf Chick, is still around.  This is good.

Grouchy is still busting out great, controversial and engaging golf blog posts, like the latest one “The FedEx Cup Still Sucks.”  I particularly like the comment in the thread from “Jessica” who says “I couldn’t agree more.  Fedex Cup totally sucks balls.”  Jessica, could I have your number?

I see my pal Luke Swilor every week.  We play golf sometimes and he takes $2.00 from me in stymies now and then.  Luke is in a position right now where he has some decisions to make.  Whatever path you take buddy, I wish you the best.

Jay Flemma is a good pal and the engergizer bunny of golf writing.  Perhaps his funnest category is “Chumps, Lunkheads, Dingbats.”  I may add the category “Boneheads” as a result this great categorization.

My friend Dave, the Orlando Golf Blogger is working hard and has a good thing going.  I especially like the post about nude LPGA players posing for pictures.  Assuming I go to the 2010 PGA Show, I have a $1.00 with Dave’s name on it, literally.

My pal Scruffy agrees with Grouchy.  Who’da thunkit?

The Golf Blog asks “Can Michael Wan save the LPGA?”  Um, no.

Patricia, The Golf Girl, is passionate about golf blogging.  Nothing better than an attractive and passionate brunette.  Hey I’m lucky to have one of those.  I just wish Patricia would bag blogger and move to her own URL soon!  It is time!

Last but not least, The Green Blazer is twisted.  Twisted in a reaaaallly good way.  He needs to move from blogger too to bigger and better blog engines!  Same green template that about 500 other golf blogs are using…

4 responses to “Checking in on some other golf blogs”

  1. Yo Tony! It’s been a while, thanks for the mention sir! I’ve been working hard this year to improve my game enough to take that dollar back! 🙂 I can’t wait to see you at the show, we’ll have to go out for a night on the town 🙂 There’s a new place up the road called “House of Beer” where they serve nothing but… BEER! I figure my tactic this year will be to get you good and drunk the night before our round and perhaps on the way out, push you down a flight of stairs.. I think with those added handicaps, I’ll have a decent chance of taking my money back 🙂 🙂

  2. GolfinLove says:

    Hey Tony,

    Thanks for this great review of golf blogs! I love hearing all of the stories and you have introduced me to some new ones!


  3. Ah Dave, you have no idea how my golf game works. The more tired I am, the less sleep I have, the better I play. Your best bet would be to make sure I don’t drink and that I get a good night’s sleep before our battle….

  4. TayDup says:

    This was really helpful for me too. I’m just getting into golf blogs so it was very lucky that you just posted it. Do you know of any blogs that are based around instruction other than PGA news or personal golf journeys. Don’t get me wrong, I love those topics but I haven’t found a good one that focuses on improving play performance for the amateur.





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