Old Golf Ball of the Day October 13, 2015

Tommy Armour Worthington Cured Cover circa 1939 The Worthington Ball Company of Elyria, Ohio started making golf balls in 1904 and produced golf balls with Tommy Armour’s name on them until the late 1960’s. The Silver Scot, as Tommy Armour is known, won 25 PGA Tour events including three majors, despite losing sight in one eye from a WWI mustard […]

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Common Mistakes and the High Handicapper #4

Not Taking Enough Club We all hate that feeling when we make our approach shot and flies nicely toward the green only to end up 10 yards shot. One of the best ways to make a significant improvement in your game is to know how far you hit each club in your bag. Unfortunately using the rocks at your local […]

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The Presidents Cup Friday Four-ball Pairings

Session 2 — Five Four-ball Matches — Tee Times U.S. Team International Team 9:35 a.m. local Fri. Jordan Spieth / Dustin Johnson Louis Oosthuizen / Branden Grace  9:50 a.m. local Fri. Rickie Fowler / Jimmy Walker Danny Lee / Sangmoon Bae 10:05 a.m. local Fri. Phil Mickelson / Zach Johnson Adam Scott / Jason Day 10:20 a.m. local Fri. Bubba […]

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The Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea

The 2015 Presidents Cup starts today at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea, in Songdo International Business District. The Songdo International Business District is a $35 billion, master-planned city development on the west coast of the Korean Peninsula.  

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Common Mistakes and the High Handicapper #3

Spending too Much Time over the Ball Don’t you just it hate when you duff the first drive of the round? Just as bad is when you hit your approach shot fat after make the drive of your life. Don’t Just Stand There So many times high handicappers will stand over the ball far too long, allowing numerous swing thoughts […]

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The 2015 Presidents Cup Foursomes Matches

                      Match Schedule — Wednesday-Thursday Session 1 — Tee Times U.S. Team International Team 10:05 p.m. ET Wed / 11:05 a.m. local Thur Bubba Watson / J.B. Holmes Adam Scott / Hideki Matsuyama 10:18 p.m. ET Wed / 11:18 a.m. local Thur Matt Kuchar / Patrick Reed Louis Oosthuizen / […]

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Common Mistakes and the High Handicapper #2

Swinging the Club to Hard The last thing we want to hear is do not swing so hard, but it may be killing your game. Once I read an article where Chi Chi Rodriguez said something to likes of “Golf is a game of long and straight, with straight being the most important.” That statement has stayed with me over the […]

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Old Golf Balls of the Day October 6, 2015

The Real “General Ike” Golf Ball It is well known that President Dwight D. Eisenhower was an avid golfer, so much so, that he had a practice green installed at the White House and he was a member of Augusta National. He received golf balls with many different monikers imprinted on them such as “Mr. President,” “D. D. Eisenhower,” and […]

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Common Mistakes and the High Handicapper #1

Not Warming up Before a Round On golf day your round should not start at the number one tee, get to the golf course as least a half hour before your tee time, 45 minutes if you like to chat. This will give you plenty of time to warm up and also give you time to calm down. Because we […]

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