Twitter Can Make You Smarter If I were ranking people worth following on Twitter, I’m not sure anyone would beat Lou Stagner. Also known as Golf Stat Pro, he routinely rewards his followers with world class analysis and visualizations of data related to golf. Consuming Lou’s data about the best golfers in the … Continue reading Right-Size Your Golf Expectations
Golf is hard, but it’s the little victories along the way that make it all worth it in the end. Even finishing with all the balls you started with is a win in our book. Your journey as a player has likely been filled with a lot of challenges and frustrations. Celebrate the little milestones … Continue reading 30 Golfing Milestones – How Many Have You Ticked Off?
Non-golfers might respond with eye-rolls to any suggestion that the game of golf provides participants with quality exercise, especially compared to other sports. But according to a new research study supported by the R&A, golf is not only a good form of exercise, it can significantly improve quality of life for older golfers in a … Continue reading Golf provides ‘significant health benefits’ to older players, new study reveals
One of the most efficient ways to lower your golf scores is to improve your short game. A combination of good technique, proper shot selection, structured practice can add up quickly. Sometimes, however, life gets in the way, and it’s hard to find the time to take a lesson or practice a much as … Continue reading 10 Short Game Tricks to Instantly Lower Your Score
This week, we discuss Mike Davis’ legacy, his possible replacement, Tiger Woods’ designs and more. Mike Davis announced he is stepping down as USGA CEO to pursue a career in course design; the association expects to have a successor in place before next year’s U.S. Open. During Davis’ nine-year reign, the USGA experimented with … Continue reading Tour Confidential: Tiger’s new course, the Bryson effect and who should replace Mike Davis?
Tiger Woods had a few of his buddies – Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy, and Justin Rose – over to the new course he designed in Missouri for a special exhibition on Tuesday. While all 18 holes of the course looked pretty incredible, the special 19th hole (which has been dubbed a “bonus” hole) stole … Continue reading Golf fans were in awe of the beautiful 19th hole at Tiger Woods’ new course
In what I would classify as a monumental development for golf swing nerds, like myself: Tiger Woods seems to be tinkering. A cheeky tinker with something that I think is rather interesting. Before we get going and in all seriousness, I want to temper things a bit, because I didn’t see Tiger doing it … Continue reading Is Tiger Woods Preparing to Adopt This Powerful New Swing Move?
On Saturday night, when Golf Channel showed video of Bryson DeChambeau hitting balls under floodlights, Mike Schy chuckled as the “Live From” hosts made a big deal of his longtime pupil’s devotion to getting better. That’s nothing. Schy, who began coaching DeChambeau at age 12, has watched him do Rocky Balboa-type workouts. There … Continue reading Is Bryson Really Thinking of Changing His Driver? Check Out Why He Just May…
We came across this list of the 5 unwritten laws of golf that cover etiquette, integrity and self-control put together by Ryan Barath at GolfWRX. They have nothing to do with being a good player or a novice. These unwritten rules apply to everyone and will make you a popular golfer. Of course, we could add to the … Continue reading 5 Unwritten Laws of Golf
Bryson DeChambeau’s pre-tournament strategy to go full bore and hit the golf ball as far as he could to conquer the West Course at Winged Foot Golf Club and win the U.S. Open was met with doubts and even a few laughs. The blueprint to win the national championship, after all, is to avoid … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: Bryson DeChambeau Wins 120th U.S. Open at Winged Foot as Lone Player Under Par