If you have an official USGA handicap you need to be familiar with Course Rating and Course Slope. Every time you turn in a score you are required to record the Course Rating and Slope for the course and set of tees you played. Many golfers are familiar with the terms Course Rating and Slope, but […]
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In the early days of the game, golf club sets as modern golfers know them today did not exist. A player couldn’t go to a golf shop or sporting goods store and try out the latest golf clubs. They had to go through a difficult process to put together a set of clubs that allowed […]
In 1929, when he was asked by Bobby Jones to make a duplicate of his famed Jeanie Deans driver, J. Victor East said that Jones “inspected 5,000 pieces of first grade hickory to find four shafts” that were suitable, and of these four, two met the final requirements for his drivers. You might notice that […]
Don’t pack your persimmons away just yet. Fall is a great time to explore new golfing destinations while enjoying lower fees, greater tee-time flexibility and cooler weather. Your game may take a little bit longer as falling leaves litter the fairways, but it’s well worth the opportunity to enjoy all that the season has to […]
A major part of your score comes down putting well and doing so is sure to save you a lot of frustration and heartache on the course. Follow the tips below to help you sink more putts and slice strokes off your scorecard! Recreate the Pressure of “Only One Shot” When you’re practicing your putting […]