by Frank LaRosa, Golf to Go John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the 35th President of the United States who served at the height of the Cold War, until his shocking assassination in 1963. Most people over the age of 50 can tell you exactly where they were and who they were with when they heard the… Continue reading →
In this era of lush fairways and finely manicured greens, today’s golfer just may have gotten a bit spoiled with conditions being perfect. Don’t agree?
In golf, a tee can refer to the area where you hit your opening tee shot on any hole…or it can be the little piece of wood or plastic that holds your golf ball off the ground so you can hit your tee shot.
How many times have you been out with your golf group and one of your foursome comes up miserably short on the putting green when someone snickers and says, “Hit it Alice!”
The golf glove is one of the fastest replaced items in a golf bag. Today most golfers consider them a necessity. Why are they even used though and how does someone go about choosing the right one? We answer these and many more questions in our complete guide to gloves When were golf gloves first… Continue reading →