The hours are counting down, and quickly. You’ve got to finish your NCAA Tournament bracket (or two, or three, or 10) to get into your pool in time for tonight’s tip-off of the opening-round-slash-play-in games. We’re here to help at Back9Network, which is why we asked our talent to weigh in with their picks for the Final Four. You’re welcome — or we’re sorry — in advance.
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As more golf companies are learning ways to increase connectivity with customers, an bevy of smartphone applications has been developed by many leading brands. Puma Golf is the newest group to jump on the “app wagon” with their new virtual dressing room. Currently available through the Apple App Store and soon to be offered for Android phones, the Puma Stylecaddie application allows users to “try on” different pieces of Puma apparel on a virtual likeness of themselves. Customers will be able to mix and match new apparel and equipment items in real time to find the best color and style combinations to match their preference.
As the tours combine and get set to hit South Beach for some fun in the Florida sun, the Blue Monster awaits ready to swallow up the hopes dreams and Pro V1’s of the world’s best golfers. Doral is a stout challenge and there remains no shortage of storylines heading into the second WGC of the season.
God have mercy on us all. The Golf Boys are back. The sport’s boy band — comprised of Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Ben Crane and Hunter Mahan — released their second single (if you can call …
This week’s Honda Classic takes place at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., home of the world renowned Bear Trap. As far as course nicknames go, the Bear Trap is right up there alongside Amen Corner, Hogan’s Alley and the Blue Monster for the best, most recognizable nickname on the PGA Tour. All that could change if the Tour decides to add an event in Knoxville, Tenn., at the Dead Horse Lake Golf Course.
In this week’s “Kick-Ass 9,” Neil Helsper brings you highlights from a golf tournament where a snowfight broke out, an icy lake where a golf tournament broke out and a list of the 10 best dressed regardless of weather.
The most important player on the PGA Tour has won exactly one time. He ranks 153rd in driving distance and a bleak 94th in total putting. But he’s a model for the future of the game, and his name is Rickie Fowler. Fowler rides dirt bikes. He wears his hat backwards and he experiments with facial hair. He’s close friends with Bubba Watson. You probably knew all these things—but can you think of one memorable golf shot he’s ever hit? I cannot. But go to any PGA Tour tournament and you’ll see kids wearing Fowler’s signature Puma hat.
If the Minnesota Vikings do ever make it back to the Super Bowl, then what happens to those purple people-eaters who lord over the 16th tee box like it is some sort of Nordic funeral pyre? Do they abandon their post in an effort to be there for their favorite football team as they play for the first NFL championship or stay in Phoenix and remain members of the loudest arena in golf? We can verify this later but I’d be very surprised to see many Colin Kaepernick or Ray Lewis jerseys hanging around the Waste Management Open this week. Now on to this week’s Superlatives.
Jon Lord dusts off the ‘ole yearbook and schools you on 1st and 2nd round pairings…
These schools rule the greens!