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Play to the left green or the right green?

Why do Japanese golf courses have two greens on every hole? During Monday’s Japan Skins, the high-powered foursome of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Hideki Matsuyama and Jason Day were presented with a challenge at the fourth hole: Play to the left green or the right green — dealer’s choice. Woods took aim at the right green but misfired, hitting a […]

5 things to know when beginning to play golf

Golf For Beginners: So You Want To Play Golf We get it. Golf can seem terribly complicated to the uninitiated. So many rules, so many different kinds of clubs. That’s where this online beginner’s guide comes in. To those who know nothing about golf, our goal is to shepherd you through this uncertainty. What kind […]

Tiger Woods has had the most significant impact in growing the game of golf

Tiger Woods announces new golf-entertainment business venture Tiger Woods is getting into the golf-entertainment business with a new business venture that will compete with the likes of TopGolf, Drive Shack and other venues that marry traditional golf with cutting-edge technology. TGR, Tiger Woods Ventures and PopStroke Entertainment Group Thursday announced they have entered into a strategic partnership. […]

Stewart’s son Aaron carries his legacy

20 years after golfer Payne Stewart’s tragic death, son Aaron carries his legacy Aaron Stewart spent his summers on the road as a PGA Tour kid. The behind-the-scenes visits at the Columbus Zoo during the Memorial Tournament stand out among his favorite memories as well as the “music man” under the big tree on Hilton […]

Golf has a history with dogs

OUR FAVORITE GOLF DOGS WHO RULE THE COURSES NEAR YOU Golf has a history with dogs that dates to the origins of the game in Scotland. In the United States, we’ve been a little slower to adapt dogs into our golf culture, at least as we play the game. Superintendents and golf professionals, though, have […]

Why speed is the key on every putt

Photo by Walter Iooss Jr. Pick a spot for aim and distance: in line with the apex of the break and a couple feet past the hole. You’re looking over a long, breaking putt, and in your mind you start drawing a picture of the ball snaking its way to the hole. What’s wrong with […]

Transforming baseball heaven into a 9-hole golf experience

Temporary golf course to open inside Busch Stadium next month Busch Stadium has hosted baseball, soccer and football games, and it looks like golf is next. ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – How would you like to play a round of golf inside Busch Stadium? Well, that will be possible next month. Stadiumlinks is transforming baseball heaven into a 9-hole […]

How A Doorframe Can Help Your Golf Swing

Source: GolfDigest By Keely Levins Learn how to turn back, not sway. Let’s talk about hip turn. James Kinney, one of our Golf Digest Best Young Teachers and Director of Instruction at GolfTec Omaha, says that from the data GolfTec has collected, they’ve found lower handicap golfers have a more centered lower body at the top of the […]

Figure out which magic adjustment might make the difference

Five things the best golf instructors see in your swing that you don’t Walk the range at a tour event and you’ll see a squadron of instructors capturing video, with the teacher and player huddling to figure out which magic adjustment might make the difference between first place and 50th on a given week. It’s […]