Owensboro’s Steve Hayden Gets A Hole In One At Windridge Country Club!

by Mike

On Monday August 12th, 2013, my buddy and that days playing partner, Steve Hayden of Owensboro (Ky) got his first ever hole-in-one at Windridge Country Club’s 4th hole. The Par 3 was playing about 122 yards from the Blue tee’s and Steve’s Callaway A-Wedge hit a few feet short and tracked straight into the hole. […]

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Bent My New Pitching Wedge!

by Mike

I went out for a quick 9 for the first time since I blew a disc last August. I had replaced my Adams a07OS with newer, better a12OS hybrid set and I loved the 10-20 range balls I hit over a two week period. My first hole was a 13* 3-wood then a Gap wedge. […]

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Golf Bags Can Give You An Advantage

by Mike

Given the importance that the right set of golf clubs can have on your game, it is understandable why so many golfers make this their main focus when they think about which golf equipment to buy next. There is no denying that finding a set of golf clubs that are comfortable and can enhance your […]

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Dressing For the Weather

by Mike

 Golf is an all weather sport. You’ll get no sympathy if you say you don’t want to go home because it’s raining. That’s why you should do what everyone else is doing, and start wearing the right clothes for the weather. Base layers, mid layers and top layers can, when combined correctly, help to combat […]

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The History of Golf Clothes

by Mike

It is widely accepted that golf as we know it today was invented in Scotland during the Middle Ages. Over the years the game itself has evolved, as well as the designs of the golf ball and the club. The clothing that people wear to play golf in has also changed dramatically over the years. […]

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The Perfect Golf Book For Fathers Day … Or Any Other Day ;-)

by Mike

There’s not a lot of time, but if you hurry you can order The Longest Shot: Jack Fleck, Ben Hogan, and Pro Golf’s Greatest Upset at the 1955 U.S. Open in time to get it for Father’s Day, a birthday, Christmas or just because. My golf blog buddy Neil Sagebiel put a LOT of effort […]

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3 Questions About Golf Clothing and Outerwear

by Mike

When I think of golf clothing, I have 3 questions that immediately come to mind. Is it stylish? Does it perform? Can I afford it? Golf clothing has now become a thriving industry in itself, with the world’s leading brands competing to become the most popular on the course. Tournaments such as the Masters and […]

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New Michigan Golf App for Apple Mobile Devices

by Mike

Tee It App, Inc, a mobile app developer, announces the release of Tee It App – Michigan for the iPhone, iPads and iTouch. Golfers now have instant access to every golf course in Michigan. Useful course information and exclusive “round tracking” features for scores and multimedia content such as video, pictures, audio and more, are readily […]

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The Travelling Golfer’s Essential Equipment List

by Mike

There can be few better things than traveling to a new country that has beautiful golf courses: Spain, Scotland, New Zealand, South Africa – there are so many to choose from – but it’s essential to arrive prepared. If you’re a golfer and a traveler, here are a few things to consider when you’re making […]

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The Science Behind Golf Infographic

by Mike

This fun little infographic from GolfZing.com details the science behind golf. Enjoy!

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