If you haven’t already, please take a moment to read the latest #Golfchat Authors pieces 👉
#Q1: What was the most interesting thing to happen in golf this week?
#Q2 from @TheGratefulGolf: Does fitness help or hinder you golf game?
#Q3 from @Zzondlo2: What’s your favorite drill to practice putting?
#Q4 from @RichMagee77: What other games do you play while golfing (Nassau, Let It Ride, etc.)?
#Q5 from @cannonjosh: Can golf help with addiction?
#Q19: What would you like us to check out this week?
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April theme: Golf Wagering
May theme: Golf Course Architecture
Golf.Com has redesigned their site, boasting of a cleaner design, faster loading and a new editorial focus. Plus, they’ve added a virtual store to let you buy clubs and other golf gear. In spite of the revisions, however, I still can’t take the publication seriously. Front and center is the cheesecake that drove me away from the last version. Continue reading
WAGs (wives and girlfriends) are the significant others of men in the limelight. The abbreviation is used regularly in articles and photo galleries.
And it’s bullshit. Continue reading
I’ve spent my entire adult life (all of it that I can remember, anyway), wanting to be Ernie Els (on the golf course, at least). Continue reading
As I write this, it is International Women’s Day and the #Golfchat Authors have a monthly topic to contribute to, Women’s Objectification in Golf Media. Continue reading
For years, the perception was that the LPGA struggled to remain viable. Continue reading
July 2014 I picked up a club and fell in love. Continue reading