by Autumn Phillips Do you remember the first time you decided to play golf? This question is not for those who started playing golf at age 3, and who hence have a country club swing. But for those of us who took up the game later in life, or are just self taught. For me
by Ben Alberstadt It seems that the only guys you hear about on the tour are Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Rory McIlroy and of course Tiger Woods. But if you really want to get a feel of what it takes to be on top, you also need to look at whose on the bottom, and
Zach Johnson earned $1.8 million for winning The 2015 British Open. Now that’s a pretty good pay day. But what does it take to become a PGA professional and earn the right to compete for these huge purses? Well, for most golfers it starts by playing in local amateur events, and then graduating to mini
by Detroitnews.com What do airlines and golf have in common? Well if you said they’re both expensive, you are on the right track. You’ve heard the story where someone sits down in their $300 middle seat just to find out that the guy sitting in the aisle seat only paid $100. Well if you are
You just won lotto, or maybe you got a really big bonus, or perhaps you are just about to retire – so what’s the first thing you should do? That’s easy. Get to work on finally putting together your golf bucket list of courses you should play before you find yourself on the under side
by Matt Saternus When I first started playing golf I thought I would never break 100. But It never really occurred to me to build a plan that would guide me toward breaking 100. So, I did what most new golfers do – just kept playing, took a lesson here and there and eventually, I
by Nightline Little kids and golf are a wonderful combination. I think we could all agree that one of the most beautiful things to watch on the driving range is the ease and fluidity with which a young boy, or girl, swings a golf club. And I’ll bet that you can’t help but wonder
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.
So, you just made the turn and you are really feeling good about that front nine; maybe one of your best. Who knows this could be the day you break the magic number. You stop at the half way house for a bite to eat and then head off to number 10 with great expectations.