We’ve all heard the USGA‘s admonition that to improve the speed of play, and have more fun, we should move up a tee. In general this is a good idea, since most courses are too long anyway for the average golfer. However, it does have some unintended consequences, because the shorter hitters are all too
Ever wonder what the odds are of making a hole in one? if you are among those aspiring to your first hole in one you probably think the odds are a million to one. Well according to the actuaries at the insurance companies that provide hole in one insurance, the odds are 12,500 to 1.
Isn’t golf great! You get to spend four hours with your buddies, in the great outdoors, just having fun. And some of us are lucky enough to play in groups with lots of players, which gives us a chance to play with a variety of players and personalities. But sometimes we run into a few