While most of the U.S.-based professional Tours are off this week because of the Thanksgiving holiday, there will be some golf on Friday worth tuning into while you recover from all the turkey you ingested the day prior: The Match III. You can tune in on Friday, Nov. 27 at 3 p.m. ET on TNT … Continue reading Phil, Curry Ratchet Up Match III Trash Talk
It’s almost time for Thanksgiving which means it is also time for another important tradition – the Skins Game. The Skins Game has a rich history of memorable moments. From cheating allegations to PGA Tour pros in skirts, this event has had it’s share of unforgettable memories. Here’s a closer look some of our favorites.
Back-yard football is the unofficial sport of Thanksgiving, but pick-up pigskin works better in theory than practice. Half the crew is out of shape or hungover, there’s always one guy delivering cheap shots to atone for unresolved childhood drama, and the quarterbacks are so bad they make Mitchell Trubisky look competent. Fun times!
Iowa on Monday became the latest state to implement a mask mandate to fight COVID-19, amid a steep spike in cases across the country. The big picture: States are reintroducing mitigation efforts like closing businesses and advising people to stay home as the U.S. averages the most daily cases of any point in the … Continue reading Pack Your Masks When Traveling to These States
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Dustin Johnson stood on the sixth tee box Sunday morning at Augusta National having just carded back-to-back bogeys after making only two bogeys in his first 57 holes of this Masters. Johnson drew back his 8-iron, cleared whatever was in his head, which he admits is typically nothing, and fired away. … Continue reading How Dustin Johnson Got His Second Major in a Record-Breaking, One-of-a-Kind Masters
Not many golf fans get a chance to see Augusta National. Far fewer get a chance to play it. But that just adds to the mysteriousness and legend of the club. Sure, you can see it on TV and probably know the key holes like the back of your hand, but what’s it like … Continue reading Rickie Fowler: This would be the ‘hardest thing’ for average golfers playing Augusta National
We all know it… golf can be expensive. It’s seen as the sport that only rich people play, and I don’t blame people for thinking that. They see drivers for $400+ and golf balls for $45 a dozen at local sporting goods stores. They hear about rounds that cost over $100 at nicer courses, … Continue reading Want to Save Money on Golf? Here are 50 Tips for Frugal Golfers
Hello, friends. Is it just us, or is it quieter and cooler than what we’ve grown accustomed to around these parts? And what’s with the landscaping? Why so few magnolia blooms on Magnolia Lane? Springtime in Augusta feels different this year. Maybe that’s because it isn’t really springtime. The tradition unlike any other has … Continue reading 6 Ways a November Masters will be Different Than April, According to Expert
PGA Tour pros play a game with which most of us are unfamiliar, but this week they’re at a course to which we can all relate. Memorial Park Golf Course, which last hosted the Houston Open nearly 60 years ago and is now set to host the tournament again, is a municipal facility — … Continue reading Why this week’s PGA Tour course has the most affordable greens fee (by far!)
We’ve said it before, that “Autumn is golf’s best season.” This year it could literally be true. The September numbers are in and Golf Datatech is reporting almost a 26% jump in rounds played versus a year ago. Percentage-wise, this is the largest YOY increase so far this year and represents about 12 million … Continue reading The Current State of Golf