Charles Everett shows off the latest from Bobby Jones apparel. Named after one of golf’s greatest icons, the Bobby Jones line of clothing was introduced in 1989 by Hickey Freeman of Rochester, NY. Related Link: 3 Things …
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Jenn Bosworth highlights the latest news on the anchoring ban, the world’s longest round of golf ever played, Kim Kardashian’s gift to Yeezy, and the Richard Branson’s run-in on a complaint letter.
Anchored strokes will soon be banned on the PGA Tour, the PGA Tour Policy Board announced Monday.
The golf world is alive and well on Twitter, sharing some insight into the lives of the best players on the planet — on and off the course. Here are our favorite tweets from the week that was.
Forbes released its list of the world’s most powerful female billionaires this week, and there’s not a single professional golfer on it. Historically, we know that Annika Sorenstam earned more than $22 million in tournament prizes during her 16-year professional career, more than any other female golfer.
Tiger Jam 2013 was the highlight last week in Las Vegas and included celebrities such as Kid Rock, Chris Paul and Mark Cuban. Charles Everett highlights the 15th annual event.
My early memories of golf, like most guys, are heading to the course with my dad when I was young. We’d throw our golf bags and golf shoes into the bed of the pickup and drive up the road to our favorite hacker’s haven.
Rickie Fowler and other pro golfers are joining other athletes to help relief efforts in the aftermath of a tornado that tore through Oklahoma.
If you didn’t see Christina Aguilera’s performance at the Billboard Music Awards Sunday night—stop everything you’re doing and watch it now on YouTube. She looks amazing! She’s lost 20 pounds and has been working out hard with her trainer almost every day.
Two stories about two vastly different topics landed in our inbox today. On the one hand, we read about the longest golf cart in the history of golf carts today — it measures 21 feet, 11 inches from tip to tip. We’re guessing this thing is not electric.
Wednesday morning on Fairways of Life, PGA Tour player Webb Simpson joined Matt Adams on SiriusXM Radio and weighed in on the USGA and R&A’s decision to ban the anchored stroke.
The feud between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia seems to grow more and more everyday, and with Garcia’s latest remarks, it just went too far.
Players have a chance for a good start at Colonial, as the 565-yard, par-5 No. 1 ranked as the easiest hole in the 2012 tournament. The 389-yard, par 4 at No. 2 ranked 16th.
This Tiger Woods vs. Sergio Garcia tale gets better by the day. Yesterday we wrote about Woods’ response to the question of whether or not he would reach out to Garcia to patch things up between the rival golfers. His answer was a defiant “No.” And then Garcia had the floor.
One of the most underrated and overlooked pieces of golf equipment are the grips on your clubs. They are literally your connection to the club, however most amateur players will leave the same grips on their clubs long after they’ve become worn.
Tiger Woods may be quickly closing in on Sam Snead’s record of 82 PGA Tour victories – Woods owns 78 – but no golfer will ever be able to eclipse Slammin’ Sammy’s legacy. It lives on this week at the annual Sam Snead Festival.
USGA’s Executive Director, Mike Davis and the 38th President of the PGA of America joined Matt Adams on Fairways of Life Tuesday morning to discuss the USGA and R&A’s decision to ban the anchored stroke.
Apparently Tiger Woods has no desire to make up with Sergio Garcia, the Spaniard with whom he had a public spat at the Players Championship. “No,” was Woods’ answer when asked if he would reach out to Garcia to patch things up.
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Star Trek: Into Darkness premiered this weekend—and this time Captain Kirk and the Enterprise crew discover an enemy within—battling a force of terror who is someone inside their own organization. This is a huge twist in the Star Trek franchise—and it got me thinking—outside the movies, what are some other twists and turns we’ve seen this year?