The artful language of golf scoring

The Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA) is conducting its tour and the summer hits the high point of the season. All throughout the games you hear many familiar words such as birdies, bogeys, par and others. What is this golf jargon? Here we attempt to explain few of the common golf scoring expressions for […]

Coveted Pebble Beach Golf Link

article written by football forever  One of the best courses in the U.S. is known as the Pebble Beach Golf Links. Located in Pebble Beach, California this beautiful and unique course that hugs the rugged Carmel Bay coastline in Monterey Peninsula has thrilled many since 1919. The Golf Digest named the course as the No. […]

Hitting with a 3-wood

Article written by biking circle A recent headline from TaylorMade-Adidas highlighted a new 3-wood called RocketBallz 3-wood which hit balls father than any other 3-wood available in the market. Retail price of the new club is $229. Many may tend to buy new innovations and expensive clubs to enhance their game. But before you sunk […]

The 2013 President’s Cup

This is a men’s golf match between the United States and an International Team excluding Europe. The Europe plays Ryder Cup with the U.S. Started in 1994, the biennial contest is now held on odd numbered years. The 2013 President’s Cup tournament is scheduled at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio during the first […]

The infamous British Open

The 142nd British Open played between July 18 through 21, 2013 at the Muirfield Golf Links, Gullane, East Lothian, in Scotland earning £975,000 (about $1.6 million) by the winner. The Championship carries a total purse of $8 million. At the end United States Phil Mickelson won the Championship for the first time beating Henrik Stenson […]