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The longest drive – do you have a guess?

Who Knew?? The longest recorded drive on an ordinary course is one of 515 yards by Michael Hoke Austin of Los Angeles, California, in the US National Seniors Open Championship at Las Vegas, Nevada on September 25, 1974 What was your longest drive? and Where was it? You could practice your drives with our Golf […]

Everyone will be watching Ho-Sung Choi this week

Ho-Sung Choi and his swing gyrations already have everyone’s attention at Pebble Beach this week PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – Ho-Sung Choi was so excited to talk to the media Tuesday afternoon at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am that he ran from the player hospitality tent to the media center, a lengthy jaunt, when he could […]

Consistency is key to your golf game

An Easy Accuracy Tip For Consistency Stare down the ball: Not with your eyes, with your clubface Every bad result in golf can be traced back to a root cause. If you’re struggling to hit accurate drives, the issue is a lack of clubface control. Many amateurs start their backswings by whipping the driver way […]

$50M in tour winnings and they did it together

Justin Rose, Adam Scott hit $50M milestone together Justin Rose won at Torrey Pines. Adam Scott challenged him to the final hole. And thanks to that 1-2 finish at the Farmers Insurance Open, both surpassed $50 million in career earnings on the PGA Tour. It’s a feat achieved by only five other players. These days, […]

It’s Fun Fact Friday!

Who Knew?? Golf has actually been played on the moon! It is only 1 of 2 sports to literally have been played out-of-this-world, along with the javelin throw. Back in 1971, Apollo 14 astronaut, Alan Shepard, swung a one-handed shot with a six-iron, which was all his pressure suit would allow. Tell us the most […]

Torrey Pines vs. Tiger Woods this week!

Expectations are back, which means so is Tiger Woods LA JOLLA, Calif. — It’s winning time for Tiger Woods again. A year ago, there was rampant uncertainty for Woods, who was coming off a fourth back surgery and wasn’t sure how many golf tournaments he’d be able to play, let alone finish or even win. […]

It’s Fun Fact Friday!

Who Knew?? The first ever golf balls were made of thin leather, stuffed with goose feathers. ‘Feather balls’ were used up until 1848, when they were replaced with the ‘Guttie’ ball, named for the rubber-like sap of the Gutta tree, found in the tropics. What is your favorite golf ball to play with? Come on […]