The Philosophy Behind Speed System As golfers, we have a natural inclination to imitate our heroes. From golf swing motion to preferred brands, we keep tabs on how our favorite players approach the game of golf. This is especially true when it comes to choice of driver.
You would think of all the golf swings you can find on YouTube that one from Tiger Woods would have the most popular. But according to one research project, you would be wrong. The team at GolfSupport.com crunched the numbers and determined that the honor actually goes to 2017 Masters champion Sergio Garcia, whose clip from … Continue reading The most popular golf swing on YouTube doesn’t belong to Tiger Woods
In times of trouble, in times of terrorism, in times of uncertainty, there have always been sports. There to distract. There to inspire. There to rally. There. Always. Just not now, it seems.
ORLANDO, Fla. – It’s officially time to raise the red flag. Tiger Woods’ absence from last month’s WGC-Mexico Championship, where he played well last year in his course debut, was surprising but not earth-shattering. His decision to skip last week’s Honda Classic, held just minutes from his Florida home, didn’t register on the Richter … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: Cause for Concern? Looks That Way as Tiger Woods Skips Players
There are plenty of cult followings in golf, with fans of some products forming clubs, swapping things and buying rare gear online. For example, Scotty Cameron fans pages are everywhere on Instagram, while other people covet vintage-style golf bags or headcovers. Lots of golfers wear Nike golf shoes, there is a sub-brand, the Jordan Brand, that … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: NEW Nike Jordan 5 Low Golf Shoes Just Released
Wherever Bryson DeChambeau goes, controversy and drama seem to follow. Since bursting onto the scene in 2015 at the NCAA Championship and U.S. Amateur, DeChambeau’s outside-the-box approach to the game has rubbed a certain segment of golf purists the wrong way.
Tiger Woods isn’t in the field this week at the WGC-Mexico Championship, so he won’t get to see the new plaque installed to commemorate his bunker shot from last year’s event at Chapultepec Golf Club.
Here are a few things I know to be true: First, any writer who makes predictions will inevitably have those predictions thrown in his face if and when they turn out to wrong. I have some … intense personal experience with this. Putting yourself on the line with something concrete is just bad business. Second, if … Continue reading Presidents Day Premonition | 10 Wild & Outlandish Predictions for Professional Golf in 2020
Breaking 80 is that seemingly mythical standard that every golfer respects, no matter how many times they may have done it. But unfortunately for many golfers trying to reach that goal, they focus so much on the number itself that they lose sight of the actual steps required.
Making a memorable return to the Olympics in 2016 after an 112-year absence, golf will be part of the Summer Games again this July in Tokyo. Both the men’s and women’s Olympic competitions will be 72-hole stroke-play tournaments held at Kasumigaseki Country Club in Kasahata, Saitama, Japan, about 35 miles northwest of downtown Tokyo. As was the … Continue reading Olympic Golf 2020: How Players Qualify to Compete in Tokyo (And the Latest Rankings)