Odyssey's Highway 101 Putters

The Royal Road or Highway 101 run through the states of California, Oregon, and Washington, travel the route down to Southern California and discover the Mecca of golf club manufacturers, including Odyssey Golf. Read more >>

The missing link between practice and playing.

Imagine an app that could allow everyday golfers like yourself to hook up with other golfers in your area? Read more >>

Course of The Week


Apex Black Irons

If you have ever owned, or still have a set of Apex irons in the garage then you know you are a proud owner of one of the most iconic names in golf equipment. Now Callaway has come out with a new version that lives up to the lofty standard to bear the name of Apex Black Irons. Read more >>


Great Summer Getaway Packages at Sea Pines

Looking to head to the beach and play some great golf this summer? Then consider Sea Pines Resort on Hilton Head with its two value-packed summer packages that are ideal for memorable getaways to long remember. Read more >>

Travel Location of The Week

Golf Push Cart Accessories From Sun Mountain

If you love walking each and every time your play golf, but choose not to throw the bag over your shoulders and instead use a puch cart, then chances are you either own, or certainly know about Sun Mountain and its innovative line-up of golf push carts. Read more >>


Physical Conditioning That Can Affect Your Golf Swing

The perfect golf swing takes a lot more than an intimate understanding of the game, years of experience and the right attitude: it also requires proper physical conditioning. Read more >>

Private Club of The Week


Improve Your Bunker Play

Many amateur golfers struggle to find consistency in their bunker play. Often they view the bunker shot has one of the hardest shots to make in the game, but it is just opposite. Terry O'Hara from Longboat Key Club demonstrates some simple steps to incorporate in to your routine any time you are hitting from a bunker. Watch the video >>

The 19th Hole

Golf Course Superintendents Working Hard To Recover From Great Flood

The 18th of April is a day that golf course superintendent Ralph Bean will never forget. Bean is superintendent for the two public golf courses at Cypresswood Country Club in Spring, Texas, just a few miles north of the sprawling George Bush Intercontinental Airport. On that Monday, the courses were flooded by 11 inches of rain in just six hours. Read more >>