3 Startups That May Change Golf Forever

Startups have impacted nearly every industry. These innovative new companies start small, but with the power of social media, crowdfunding, and new age marketing, they can grow to colossal sizes. Golf is historically slow to change, which means many of the industry giants, have been around for a long time. Nonetheless, new companies like Topgolf,… Continue reading →

The Wildest Golf Experience in the World!

There are some truly incredible golf experiences out there. Whether it’s playing Pebble Beach or journeying abroad, there are an abundance of golf courses around the globe that have amazing things to see. However, one course is much wilder than others. Skukuza Golf Club is that golf club. This 9-hole golf course is located in… Continue reading →

Did You Know Sacramento Has Its Own Golf Hall of Fame?

Sacramento has proven to be a hotbed of golf for almost as long as the game is old. Proof of that fact is the incredible legacy that the several dozen individuals inducted into Sacramento’s Golf Hall of Fame. The First Tee of Greater Sacramento’s Sacramento Golf Hall of Fame recognizes those individuals that had an… Continue reading →

Chris Paulsen’s Next Steps for Veterans’ Golf (Part 2 of 2)

Paulsen is working with the staff at Haggin Oaks to add a veteran’s league that will start in March. Paulsen is a graduate of PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere), the flagship military program of the Northern California PGA Foundation. PGA HOPE introduces golf to veterans with disabilities to enhance their physical, mental, social and… Continue reading →

The Story Behind Veteran Chris Paulsen (Part 1 of 2)

“By the end of the year in 1995, I had learned how to swing a club, learned the game of golf, and actually accomplished walking 18 holes of golf with a prosthetic leg in 1995. It was my motivation.” There is a connection that Chris Paulsen has with Whidbey Golf Club of Oak Harbor, Washington…. Continue reading →

Golf’s Recovery During Covid-19 Shows Growth & Passion For The Game

“Why is Golf Dying?” is one of the most Google searched golf questions. In some ways it is a valid question. Since 2006, an incredibly large amount of golf courses have closed in the United States. However, the sport saw record numbers of rounds played in 2020 according to the National Golf Foundation, while many… Continue reading →