With it seeming like there may be another resurgence of the current pandemic in our country causing us to have to spend even more time without many of our favorite activities, now is the time to double down on the ones that you can still enjoy!
Golf very well may be one of the most misunderstood sports out there by those unlucky guys and gals who haven’t fallen in love with it YET. From thinking it isn’t athletic, that it’s only for older people, to thinking that the only fun you can have is when you try and Happy Gilmore it… Continue reading →
One of the best things that you can do to become a better golfer is to always been learning, but what sources can you trust and how can you easily find the information you need?
Escape Rooms are an exploding industry. These rooms challenge players to work with others to get out of the room. Typically players are only given an hour to escape and accomplish any other goals they need to. Is it possible to create an escape room centered around golf? Plonk Golf in London seems to think… Continue reading →
With the new year upon us, let’s take a look at the greatest golf video games in history. This list is obviously subjective and if your list differs, or you have a game that should have made the list then comment it down below. Otherwise, sit back and read about the top 15 greatest golf… Continue reading →
Now the go-to material for drivers, fairway woods, and hybrids, graphite shafts have had an interesting rise to fame. Today we will delve into the history and design of graphite golf shafts. History In 1968, Frank Thomas, the Chief Design Engineer for the Shakespeare Sporting Goods Company, invented the first graphite golf shaft. He had… Continue reading →
Golf balls carry surprisingly little kinetic energy and compress on impact, ultimately making fatal golf ball accidents rare and unlikely “FORE!” The most (but definitely not only) four-letter word everyone dreads yelling out on the course. We’ve all seen some close calls before but what’s the worst thing a golf ball can do to a… Continue reading →
Well, it isn’t quite yet… but it’s been a little tradition on our Twitter on a lesser scale. These days most of us are constantly at our computers. Working away the day and then taking our breaks all on the internet. So it was only a matter of time before the social media crew at… Continue reading →
The USGA dictates that a golf driver can be no larger than 460cc (cubic centimeters) According to the USGA Rules for 2019, “The volume of the clubhead must not exceed 460 cubic centimetres (28.06 cubic inches), plus a tolerance of 10 cubic centimetres (0.61 cubic inches)” (Page 49). Ok cool, now what does that mean… Continue reading →
Have a keepsake of Haggin Oaks with you forever in these custom-made bracelets, necklaces, and other mementos. Dune Golf presents one of a kind pieces made with the sands and grass from the Haggin Oaks Golf Course. Have a tangible, useful and beautiful memory that you can cherish forever! Dune Jewelry came up with this keepsake… Continue reading →