We all talk about etiquette on the golf course, but what about your manners on the driving range? In some ways it’s more important. You are, after all, situated in closer quarters to your fellow golfers on a driving range, yet we spend all of our time talking about on-course etiquette and none talking about … Continue reading 5 Important Driving-Range Etiquette Rules Nobody Tells You
This article was published in partnership with GolfForever. *** 2020 was the year of distance on Tour. With Bryson DeChambeau leading the charge, 350-yard drives became status quo and driving greens became somewhat routine. Underneath that distance, however, is DeChambeau’s commitment to being able to move his joints through their entire ranges of motion. … Continue reading GolfForever Study Reveals an Interesting Snippet About Golfers & Driving Distance
It pays to play well on the PGA Tour, especially in a tournament that’s made for those who have won. Harris English broke a winless drought that dates back to 2013 on Sunday night, defeating 22-year-old rising star Joaquin Niemann in a playoff to win the Sentry Tournament of Champions at the Plantation Course … Continue reading How Much Money Each PGA Tour Player Won at the Sentry Tournament of Champions
Justin Thomas missed a six-foot par putt on the fourth hole of his third round at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and uttered a homophobic slur under his breath that was picked up by hot microphones on Golf Channel’s broadcast. Following the round, Thomas was made aware that the incident made it to air … Continue reading Justin Thomas Apologizes For Using Anti-Gay Slur
Slow play is an issue has plagued golf for decades, and ironically, as attention spans have gotten shorter and time crunches have gotten tighter, the game has seemed to slow down even more, especially at the highest levels of the sport. For recreational golfers, the pace of play problem is one of the biggest … Continue reading STUDY: Pandemic Single-Cart Rules Improve Pace Of Play
Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele were discussing the quality of a certain golf shot, not belonging to either one of them, when the conversation turned into the self-deprecating variety. “If you want to know how to hook a 3-wood into the garbage, I can help with that,” Thomas said. “If you need to … Continue reading 5 Questions for a New Year in Golf
The 2020 golf season was one for the books, that’s for sure. Postponements, cancellations, major championships without spectators. And now that the unofficial but still totally cool PNC Championship is in the books, what’s next for the PGA Tour? First, a break. There’s nothing scheduled for the week of Christmas or the week … Continue reading After a Tumultuous 2020, What’s Next for the PGA Tour?
The general assumption is there’s a learning curve when making wholesale equipment changes. Swap out the driver and you might not skip a beat. But every club in the bag, including the golf ball? It takes time to get acclimated to the feel and performance of a new set of irons or ball.
We have given you various blueprints with which to tackle the new year. We’ve had stories about how golfers can lose weight sustainably, how to get in better shape to improve your game, how to plan a buddies’ trip, how to tackle your lawn like a greenskeeper and even a list of reasons to get … Continue reading These 4 Hilarious Quotes From Top Golfers Will Jumpstart Your 2021
The holidays are a tricky time of year for most golfers. With the proper tact and hint-dropping, the presents under the tree can greatly impact and improve your golf life in the coming year. However, too often, some of the holiday season’s most well-meaning intentions result in some truly bizarre gifts from non-golfers.