Golf History

Posted on 27 Sep 2013

2 Most Epic Meltdowns In Golf History

There is something truly special about an athlete who can rise above the field to claim victory. However, not every day goes according to plan and sometimes you may end up snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. Even some of the greatest golfers in history have had their moments when victory looked inevitable, yet they choked. A meltdown... Read More »
Posted on 16 Jul 2013

Jack Nicklaus’ First British Open Win...

Jack Nicklaus’ First British Open Win at Muirfield Portrayed in “Jack’s Majors” Fine Art Collection   1966 Open Victory Part of ArtisticTribute to Nicklaus’ Unprecedented 18 Major Titles Bonita Springs, FL (July 16, 2013)—Jack Nicklaus won the first of his three British Open titles in 1966 at Muirfield in Scotland, site of this week’s championship. His victory at Muirfield... Read More »
Posted on 19 Jun 2013

SweetSpot, Confessions of a Golfaholic...

“I loved this book and I hope it becomes a film asap.” Bobby Rusher, bestselling author Westport, CT (June 18, 2013)—If you are crazy about golf or in a relationship with someone who is, the must-read book of the year is John O’Hern’s laugh-out-loud tale of an obsessed golfer in his comically written, SweetSpot, Confessions of a Golfaholic. It’s golfer... Read More »
Posted on 14 Jun 2013

How To Ensure You’re Ready For...

How To Ensure You’re Ready For Your Game Of Golf When you are a golf newbie, it can all feel a bit daunting. You may worry about whether you’re wearing the right clothes, have the rights clubs or even if you are swinging your clubs correctly. If you try to follow the tips below, some more straightforward than others,... Read More »
Posted on 25 Apr 2013

End Of Year Golf Predictions

With the Masters finally here, the golf season is really starting in earnest. We have already been surprised by some of the things that have happened so far this year. For example who could have predicted Tiger Woods’ sudden reemergence to claim the number one ranking, or Rory McIlroy’s sudden struggles? Professional golf is as unpredictable as it is... Read More »
Posted on 20 Mar 2013

It Starts at Home: Why Golf is the Glue...

It Starts at Home: Why Golf is the Glue that Bonds Generations Together When I was younger, I was eternally curious about my father’s obsession with golf. He’d be gone most of Saturday, much to my mother’s chagrin, and would return in the evening, exhausted and well, not much fun to hang out with. But I surmised even at... Read More »
Posted on 31 Jan 2013

Let Me Introduce You to Fred Gutierrez

Let Me Introduce You to Fred Gutierrez Fred Gutierrez is a unique individual. He enjoys everyday and almost always has a smile on his face. That alone would be enough to make him unique, but that is only a small portion of what makes Fred inspirational. Sixteen years ago he was “in the wrong place at the wrong time”,... Read More »
Posted on 15 Nov 2012

The History of St Andrews Golf Course

The History of St Andrews Golf Course The St Andrews Golf Course or St Andrews Links is located at Fife, Scotland. This is the oldest golf course in the world and as such is known as the “home of golf.” Origins The origins of the course date back to the early 1400s when people started playing golf, a sport... Read More »
Posted on 17 Oct 2012

Virtual Golfing: Fun or Hazard?

Virtual Golfing: Fun or Hazard? Video games of all specialties and themes are popping up across the virtual market. Kids are participating in educational games online, teens are breaking their way into war craft through game consuls, and adults are doing all of the above, and on a larger scale. But while the way these games are played never... Read More »
Posted on 17 Oct 2012

Golf Fashion throughout History

Golf Fashion throughout History Golf fashion is ever changing, ranging from wearing Kilts to wearing form-fitting polos and mock t-shirts. Today athletic outfitters have been given golf apparel a more mainstream look in comparison to other professional sports. Here are the different styles used throughout history in the game of golf. 1700’s and 1800’s As we know it golf... Read More »
Posted on 03 Aug 2012

Gary Player Exhibit Celebrates 50th...

Special Display at The Ocean Course Pays Tribute to His Victory at Aronimink KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – As golf’s top players tee off at The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort for the final Major Championship of the season, nine-time Major Champion and golf icon Gary Player is being celebrated with a special exhibit commemorating the 50th anniversary... Read More »
Posted on 03 Aug 2012

PGA Facts

THE STRONGEST FIELD IN GOLF: The PGA Championship, the only all-professional major championship, perennially features the strongest and deepest field in golf. Currently, all 108 of the top players in this week’s Official World Rankings are in the field for The Ocean Course. The PGA Championship’s highest number of Top 100 world-ranked players to complete the first 36 holes... Read More »
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