I have played Tot Hill Farm Golf Club probably half a dozen times, and each time I learn yet another slight nuance of the course. Always "interesting" and many time frustrating, Tot Hill has been Rated 4.5 Stars Best Places to Play & Ranked the 7th Hardest Course in America by Golf Digest. And I think it lives up to it's rankings.
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Most golf fans will have heard of Gene Sarazen's double eagle on the par-five 15th during the 1935 Masters. It has come to be known as "the shot heard 'round the world."
However, what many people don't know is that Walter Hagen played a big part in this memorable Masters moment.
Hagen was playing alongside Sarazen that afternoon and Sarazen could not decide on a club for his second shot while standing in the middle of the 15th fairway.
Finally, Hagen yelled over from the side of the fairway, "Hurry up, will ya? I've got a date tonight."
PING announced today that Bubba Watson will wear one of the company’s three new premium gloves under a unique agreement in which PING will make an annual donation to the Bubba Watson Foundation, based on the number of gloves sold. Watson debuts the new PING Sensor Sport glove at this week’s Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego.
VegasInsider.com is showing the following odds for some of the field of the 2014 Masters.
For the first time in almost 50 years, this year's Masters tournament may have more than 100 entrants. With the current qualifications rules, and the new wrap-around schedule, we already have more than 90 qualified and we're still in January. Not since 1966 when 103 golfers competed have the pairings at Augusta topped 100.
There are 18 ways to qualify for the Masters right now and 14 golfers were added to the 2014 field at the end of December based on rule 17 ("The 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for the previous calendar year").
We've all done it. When playing a good or great round, we lose it. Whether we can't hit the driver or whether it's shanking irons, we've all had those rounds where all of the sudden, without warning, our golf swing goes...somewhere. Why? Where does our golf game go and why did it leave?
Well, it's not gone anywhere. it's there. Just buried beneath the weight of all those things inside our head. Clearly if we had the physical ability to 'do it' right for 14 holes, we should be able to finish out the round with it. Right?
January 15, 2014
By Jarut Padung, Staff Instructor, TOURAcademy TPC Sawgrass
Saw this on PGATOUR.COM
"Phil Mickelson will have a new Callaway driver in the bag at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship. After spending a good portion of last season employing a driver-less setup — Mickelson used Callaway's taller-faced X Hot 3Deep fairway wood as his "driver" to win the British Open and Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open — Mickelson confirmed he would be carrying a 9.5-degree Big Bertha Alpha for the first time.
Though the weather outside may be frightful, practice indoors can be delightful. Indoor golf drills can help you keep your game sharp in the off season so that you don't spend several months in the spring getting back to the level you were playing at in the fall.
Ring in the new year with explosive new drivers loaded with adjustability. 2014 preview of new drivers by adams callaway cleveland cobra nike ping taylormade
Adjustability. Low spin. Fitting. More loft. These are the buzzwords for drivers in 2014. Clubmakers have been preaching for years that a "high launch, low spin" flight path will lead to longer drives. Golf Magazine's exclusive player test reveals that new-for-2014 drivers are more "low spin" than ever.
By Ron Kaspriske, contributing writer at Golf Digest.
Here's a list of common foods and drinks you should avoid during your round of golf
1. HOT DOGS
Most dogs are awful. High in sodium and saturated fat, natural beef jerky or a bowl of chili are two healthier alternatives.
All golfers can benefit from better nutrition and proper hydration because these factors play a significant role in energy availability and utilization. When you eat foods high in carbohydrates, (These are mostly white foods such as potatoes, sugar, flour, and rice.) you will feel tired and won’t be able to think properly because these foods turn to sugar rapidly and move into your nervous system quickly. When there is too much sugar in your system, the pancreas secretes insulin to decrease the glucose (sugar) levels.
First Look: Odyssey Versa Jailbird and White Hot Pro Havok putters
Odyssey introduced two new putter models at the Sony Open in Honolulu -- the Versa Jailbird and the White Hot Pro Havok.
Ok, if someone asks you , I bet most of you can tell your friends how many birdies you had in your last round, and how many Pars, how many lost balls and probably how many putts you took. And some of you may already be tracking your greens in regulation (GIR) and fairways in regulation (FIR), and Up-and-Downs or Sandies. Great. Many of us use those to help us gauge our round and how well we played. As we approach the 2014 season, I would suggest that, while it may seem inconvenient to do so, there are other statistics you should track in each round.
Boo Weekley may be the modern day John Daly. He's the working man's PGA Tour Pro. Though that might be where the similarities between Boo and John end, as I doubt we'll see Boo sponsoring for Hooters (What would his grandparents think?) or in jail for public intoxication. But Boo has lost his tour card before and had to fight his way back, much like Steve Stricker did. So maybe that's a better comparison, Boo to Steve,