2020 was an epic year for golfers of all levels. Rounds played were up coast-to-coast and abroad. The sport was a beacon of safe and socially distant outdoor recreation for millions in a difficult year. Golfers appeared to savor their rounds like never before. Golf Advisor received over 264,000 reviews in 2020 alone! That is […]
When on the fairways of Legends Golf Club at Temeku Hills in Temecula, Calif., your golf ball isn’t the only sphere that will be getting your attention. Located in the heart of Temecula Wine Country, this area is also well-known for its hot-air balloon enthusiasts. So a round here, especially in the morning, may be […]
It’s Giving Tuesday! With that said, we’re excited to announce our new partnership with Youth on Course and introduce you to a new way to give back to the game we all love. Youth on Course provides access to life-changing opportunities to youth through the game of golf by making golf accessible and affordable. Growing […]
It’s tough to not feel just a shade envious when strolling the grounds of Saddlebrook Golf & Tennis Resort near Tampa. Also the home of a boarding prep school for elite golf and tennis players, you’ll see smiling kids enjoying open-air meals, lounging at the pool and strolling the manicured resort trails en route to […]
We can’t get enough of New Orleans: The food … the folks … the festivities … And how about the fairways! The local golf scene hustles with a tidy collection of layouts within the city and another collection on the West Bank. Quick tourist tip: The “West Bank” is actually east of New Orleans’ central […]
Update: Not today. But not a bad "lay up." pic.twitter.com/7TR7RfGcXk— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 4, 2021 The bad news? Bryson DeChambeau passed on the chance to drive Bay Hill’s par-5 sixth on Thursday. Good news? He shot 67 to open the Arnold Palmer Invitational and still may give it a go one of the next […]
If you were on Twitter the last few days or you read today’s newsletter detailing the saga of Rickie and Sir Nick, you know the six-time major winner took some grief for a roasting.The dreaded Tweet in question:Good news is if he misses the Masters he can shoot another six commercials that week! 😳 https://t.co/kgGcmaZUJO— […]
Well done to Roger McStravick on his second Herbert Warren Wind Award, this time for the incredible bit of research on St Andrews, the Road War and how it shaped both the course and town. From the USGA:'St. Andrews: The Road War Papers' Wins Herbert Warren Wind AwardUSGA honors author Roger McStravick for second time […]
The Washington Post’s Ben Strauss interviewed 16 former and two current Golf Channel employees after former reporter and Golf Central anchor Lisa Cornwell aired her concerns on the No Laying Up podcast. Strauss reports that the women described “sexism, misogyny and harassment they have endured at the network”.Strauss writes:Golf Channel has disputed Cornwell’s claims in […]
The Quadrilateral’s weekly news and notes editon goes to all subscribers and while you can read it here, what fun is that when you can have it delivered free in a mobile-friendly edition for safe keeping. Or reading in line at Trader Joes. You can read more on how The Quad will work as we […]
As word of a “black box” subpoena from investigators surfaced in Tiger Woods’ single car accident, ESPN.com’s Bob Harig and Ramona Shelbourne have pieced together the days before and since in what is the most definitive account should you be up for reliving what could be a career-ending wreck. Harig notes these questions remain. According […]
I wasn’t just inspired by reading Alistair Tait’s pleasurable rant on green reading books or the positive reaction to Jon Rahm’s comments. Nor was I that taken by the coincidence in the news yesterday, as documented in today’s Quadrilateral for paying friends of the newsletter. No, I just sense more golf fans have had enough […]
In a staggering move that has executives all over golf asking, why didn’t I think of that, the PGA Tour and Amazon Web Services have combined to create the single greatest piece of golf B-speak nonsense. I’ll leave it to Sean Martin to reveal in this story for PGATour.com because it does involve the most […]
Showbuzzdaily has last week’s ratings for the 2021 WGC Workday at The Concession (listed as WGC Mexico). The 1.79 final round rating on NBC was up just a tick from last year’s 1.83 based on audience size specifics. Saturday was up nicely, too. The overall steady numbers do not include streaming data. In sports ratings […]
It’s been a while by Wentworth standards since we’ve heard of drama or another course renovation coming out of the English countryside. But The Guardian’s long read is devoted to the club’s first world dramas and Chinese owner Yan Bin. Thanks to all who forwarded a fascinating read that’ll make you believe your club or […]
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Elisa Gaudet, the founder of Women’s Golf Day, is encouraging golfers to celebrate International Women’s Day, which takes place on March 8,... The post Golfers asked to celebrate inspiring women on International Women’s Day appeared first on Golf News.
A new series of competitions aimed exclusively at Senior and Mid-Amateur female golfers has been launched in the UK, with the first... The post Women on the Tee unveils 2021 tournament schedule appeared first on Golf News.
Two Hampshire-based golfers have set up a new web-based business that is designed to help golf coaches and golf fitness instructors connect... The post LocoPro launches online community for golfers and coaches appeared first on Golf News.
Gone are the days when Golf was considered a sport for the elite and rich and a popular choice for people who... The post Golf Essentials for Beginners: Everything You Need To Know appeared first on Golf News.
Anyone who pays attention to professional golf is aware of the explosion in distance. With modern analytics, we know more than ever that increasing distance off the tee gives golfers a better chance at lowering their scores. Keeping your card on the PGA Tour often comes down to a razor-thin margin. Players adding 10-20 yards […]
Since I started Practical Golf, I have tested hundreds of products in almost every category imaginable. Because my time is limited, I’ve said no to hundreds more. Most of my “no’s” are for training aid inventions that continue to flood the market. Despite the inventor’s best interests, most of them are junk and will not […]
Every golfer has dreams of playing a round of golf in the comfort of their own home. Having a home golf simulator is now within reach for many golfers due to advancements in technology and cost reductions. For a while, I’ve wanted to create a comprehensive guide for all of you. I finally got in touch […]
The golf shaft industry is filled with myths and misinformation. One of the most popular decisions golfers face is whether to get a regular or stiff shaft in their irons, hybrids, fairway woods, and driver. Most resources will tell you to make that decision based on your swing speed. Unfortunately, they are wrong. There’s a […]
While everyone has different club cleanliness standards, it is a fact that having clean grooves is essential for a club to perform its best. Clean grooves channel water, grass, and dirt away from the clubface, allowing for consistent trajectory and spin from impact. Testing shows dirty grooves can cut backspin by half or more, leading […]
Making a successful change to your golf swing can bring your game to new levels. But it’s not without its risks or challenges. There are so many things to consider that myself and co-host Adam Young tackled this topic in our latest podcast episode. Many golfers can be caught in a loop, wondering if the […]
Swing technique, training aids, instruction, fitness, strategy… the list goes on and on. One can get lost in the pursuit of dialing in your golf game. The fact that you visited this website implies that you are looking to improve, and when it comes to getting better, the importance of quality practice can be overlooked. As […]
I’m excited to debut a new podcast with my friend Adam Young. We’re going to combine our approaches to golf improvement and cover various topics that we know can help you all become better golfers. Here is our first episode on winter practice ideas! You can listen in iTunes here or Spotify here. Show Notes […]
Golf nets are a way to practice effectively at home without taking a trip to the driving range. Now more than ever, nets have become an integral part of practicing your golf game at home. At this point, there is an overwhelming selection of products out there, so we created this guide to give you […]
For nearly every golfer out there, the swing is always a work in progress. Regardless of level, there tends to be something to improve or a particular position you’re trying to hit. Even if we believe we have a decent feel for our swing, our perception is most likely quite different from reality. As they […]
Now that 2020 is finally behind us, I’m sure that you are spending some time reflecting, resetting, and planning so that you can improve your performance and grow throughout the upcoming year. From the years that I’ve been coaching the&hellip The post 10 Performance Habits To Crush It In 2021 appeared first on Instruction For […]
In this week’s lesson, I’d like to show you how my competitive players mentally prepare using an effective pre round mental routine. The game doesn’t start on the first tee. By the time you get to hit that first shot,&hellip The post The Most Effective Pre Round Mental Routine For Golf appeared first on Instruction […]
David MacKenzie · Are you an Ego or Mastery Golfer? Let's find out From my experience there are 2 types of golfer – the ego golfer and the mastery golfer. These golfers represent 2 different mindsets and approaches to practice&hellip The post Are you an Ego or Mastery Golfer? appeared first on Instruction For The […]
I’ve called this article “The Art of Putting”, because if you want to get better at it, it’s important that you become more of an artist and less of a technician on the greens. In this week’s lesson, I’d like&hellip The post The Art of Putting appeared first on Instruction For The Mental Game of […]
Mental skills for golf can be worked on with every round you play. 20 years ago, it was generally considered that the mental game of golf was something that you were born with, or not. But thanks to scientific research&hellip The post The 7 Most Important Mental Skills For Golf appeared first on Instruction For […]
Performance anxiety in golf is the biggest difference between the range and the course. On the range, with no consequences, the swing is free and fluid, the mind is quiet and focused on the target. When performance anxiety kicks in,&hellip The post 10 Ways To Lower Performance Anxiety in Golf appeared first on Instruction For […]
Nelly Korda didn't miss a beat four days after her first LPGA Tour title on U.S. soil, outplaying her sister and the world's No. 1 player for a 5-under 67 to share the lead at the Drive On Championship.
Tiger Woods won't be at the Masters, not after an awful car crash left him with significant leg injuries. But golf's first major is coming soon, back in its traditional spot in April filled with intriguing storylines.
We have tested the best spiked shoes on the market in 2021. Whether you want more stability, traction, or comfort we have you covered. The post THE BEST SPIKED GOLF SHOES OF 2021 appeared first on MyGolfSpy.
TaylorMade unveils all new Spiders for 2021 including the Spider S, the Spider SR, the Spider X Hydro Blast, and the new high-tech Spider EX. The post 2021 TaylorMade Spider Putters appeared first on MyGolfSpy.