Stroke survivors work on their golf strokes for rehabilitation
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Stroke survivors work on their golf strokes for rehabilitation
Published on Mar 22, 2018
A group of stroke survivors joined together to work on their golf strokes on the course at the J.W. Marriott Starr Pass Resort on Thursday, all thanks to the American Heart/Stroke Association's "Saving Strokes" event.
Published on Mar 22, 2018
A group of stroke survivors joined together to work on their golf strokes on the course at the J.W. Marriott Starr Pass Resort on Thursday, all thanks to the American Heart/Stroke Association’s “Saving Strokes” event.
As Hurricane Dorian heads up the Southeastern U.S. We are anticipating that the storm will impact several of our partner courses. We are making every effort to adjust tee time listings on our website, but please contact courses directly to check the status and availability before booking. If you currently have a tee time in […]
Western Canada’s province of Alberta features both dramatic mountain ranges and expansive prairies. It’s also home to some of the north’s most legendary resort golf, not to mention a smattering of the best golf courses in Alberta found around its two largest cities, Calgary and Edmonton. There is also a lot going on these days […]
Chicago, like any big city, can be pricey. It doesn’t matter where you go for entertainment – out to eat, to watch a game, exploring a museum – every experience can feel expensive. Fortunately, playing golf doesn’t have to be that way. The game offers a variety of courses that can make it affordable for anybody […]
Not many people outside of Michigan realize that Lansing is the state capital. Lansing is centrally located in the middle of the mitten, but it’s only one-fifth the size of Detroit and smaller than Grand Rapids as well. It might not be the golf capital of Michigan, but for a city its size (roughly 115,000 residents), […]
Milwaukee is a blue collar town, and proud of it. That Midwestern ethos of work hard, play hard (especially in summer) helps Wisconsinites survive the long winters without golf. The best golf courses in Milwaukee reflect this blue-collar background but offer enough for those looking for something higher-end. Milwaukee probably isn’t on the radar of most golf […]
The Augusta Chronicle’s Wynston Wilcox reports on Augusta National Golf Club’s donation of $2 million to help Augusta University expanding COVID-19 testing in the region and an emergency fund for the most vulnerable populations. The release states that $1 million will go to Augusta University to expand testing in the area. Another $1 million will […]
Given the fluidity of the situation and the overall unlikelihood of a significant event being played for some time, I find the hope of at least seeing some tournaments later this year a decent diversion.Ron Green covered all of this in his Global Golf Post look at the best case scenario planning, including the challenge […]
Nice spot by Jim Nantz using his April Golf Digest column to share a rarely-seen list of Bobby Jones’ ideal 18 holes. And I’ve verified that unlike other National Golf Review rankings, this one is real!It’s a peculiar list in the way Jones structured his course and in the holes he chose from St. Andrews, […]
The Guardian’s Ewan Murray spoke to Henrik Stenson about having little desire to practice with no tournaments looming and hundreds of thousands suffering due to the COVID-19 virus and gets this perspective. “There’s a lot of fun stuff available for the kids and for us here [at the family home in Florida] but I’m not […]
Facing the prospect of a shutdown in the busiest time of year for America golf professionals, some organization members are unhappy at the recent PGA Of America dues call. Jonathan Doctor, owner of JMJ Golf, filed an open letter to the PGA of America after the organization emailed members moving ahead with their normal dues […]
With their fingers on the pulse of the world and not their pocketbook, some of the European Tour’s finest chime in for a perfectly timed message as thousands suffer and brave souls try to help them. Thanks to reader Shotmaker for highlighting this…Thank you to our real heroes. Stay safe everyone. pic.twitter.com/cuSpew8yqc— Tommy Fleetwood (@TommyFleetwood1) […]
The Carlsbad clothier of quality gear is asking $40 for this Geoff Cunningham-designed t-shirt to provide funds for the Center For Disaster Philanthropy. Linksoul writes on Instagram:They have a COVID-19 direct relief fund that specifically helps the most vulnerable populations affected by this crisis, including hourly wage workers, the elderly, and those with disabilities. They […]
Greg Norman knew we needed some 80’s schmaltz to laugh at, I think. Posting this doozy of a commercial for Swan Lager, and while the theme song is cringe worthy and potentially harmful to your mental well-being in these trying times, it’s worth the risk. And do note the re-creation of Norman’s win at Turnberry, […]
Mark Cannizzaro with the NY Post exclusive on the USGA informing Winged Foot Golf Club it will delay June’s planned U.S. Open at the renowned course. Thanks to reader Kevin for passing along. Cannizzaro adds this from an unnamed source:“[We] remain hopeful about late in the summer, [maybe] early September,’’ the source said regarding the […]
As golf shuts down in many regions, there is natural inclination to wonder about maintenance. Not because anyone will be Stimping greens or measuring blade heights when a course reopens. We hope.However, as know from Depression and World War era reports, golf courses that shut down were often lost or never quite the same due […]
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A lot of us are going to be spending more time at home than ever. In an attempt to help many of you keep busy, I created a guide with various ways you can practice golf at home. I’ll focus on three main categories – putting, full shots, and wedge play. Not everyone will have […]
It’s safe to say that we’re collectively going through a difficult time right now. I thought I would share with you a fun father/daughter project that can bring a little joy to your day. A friend of mine in the golf world, Lou Stagner, created a complete lego replica of the 12th hole at Augusta […]
Anyone who reads this website frequently knows that I am committed to helping golfers find ways to increase their performance on the golf course without using swing advice. The golf world has focused almost exclusively on technique. I always felt that the rest of the game was being ignored. That’s why I concentrate on topics […]
The start of every golf season is always exciting. But I want to make sure all of you have a successful start! Golfers tend to fall into similar traps, and it can hinder their performance, but more importantly, their enjoyment of the game. Here are four ways to get yourself ready… Get Your Expectations In […]
You just bought a launch monitor, now what? Many golfers struggle with how to use their new gadgets. Well, I’m here to help. The goal of this article is to help amateur players analyze data they receive from launch monitors, and how to develop better practice habits utilizing the technology. The golfing world has become […]
Over the past few years, SuperSpeed Golf has become one of the best-selling training aids in the entire golf industry. Their Overspeed training system has been embraced by more than 700 touring professionals and thousands of amateur golfers around the world. They have also done a ton of research into how golfers can add speed […]
A common trap that many golfers fall into is that they’ll spend countless hours practicing and assume that alone will entitle them to lower their scores. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way. As a junior golfer, I used to get frustrated after hitting hundreds of balls and not seeing any real improvement. I think all […]
Putting practice is one part of golf that almost every player can do at home. As such, there are TONS of putting mats and training aids available now. So much so, that it’s hard to sort out what’s worth your money and what isn’t. Over the past year, a new product called the Perfect Practice […]
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More than 115 athletes, coaches and sports personalities from 13 countries have joined to raise money for a COVID-19 response fund aimed at providing assistance for individuals fighting the global pandemic.
Although the USGA is sticking to its edict to have a decision by mid-April, a report in the New York Post on Thursday said that the U.S. Open would be postponed but with the intention of still playing at Winged Foot in suburban New York later this year.
Golf's governing bodies were already scrambling trying to figure out where to put tournaments -- plus four majors -- when sports ultimately resume. A one-year delay opens up the schedule to some new possibilities.