Happy Miniature Golf Day

When we discovered that Miniature Golf Day takes place on September 21st, we began a “mini” research project to learn more. It turns out there is a humongous amount of information about this day. Some of it is historical, calls to action, insightful, and, to be honest, a few are just plain weird. However, continue… Continue reading →

Bing Maloney Women’s Golf Club 70th Anniversary

The Bing Maloney Golf Complex in Sacramento has been a part of Caroline Rudolph’s life for a very long time. It’s where she has been playing golf for at least 60 years – including times with her parents, Inez and Charles “Rudy” Rudolph, and also as a participant in a junior program when she first… Continue reading →

Who is the Average Golfer?

Golf companies spend a lot of time creating products for the “average” golfer, but have you ever wondered who that golfer is? How old are they? Do you know how much money they make? How often do they play golf? We are going to dive in and bring you the facts and figures to reveal… Continue reading →

How to Restore and Clean Used Golf Clubs

Whether you’re picking up a used set of clubs at a garage sale or have an old beat-up set already, there are several ways to bring life back into used golf clubs. In this article, we cover several methods of cleaning, restoring, and refinishing old and used golf clubs. How to Remove Rust Leaving you’re… Continue reading →

New Golf Equipment Expectation vs. Reality

We’ve all heard golf equipment marketing that promises to take multiple strokes off your handicap. How realistic are these claims? What can you expect from new equipment? We tackle these questions and more in this article where we compare your expectations with reality. New Driver Often a golfer’s first thought when it comes to improving… Continue reading →