Sunday, February 28, 2010

Jack Nicklaus: The Game Will Survive


Thursday, February 25, 2010

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

The Prairie Club Dunes Course - Tom Lehman Course Architect

The Prairie Club Golf Course will be opening in Valentine, Nebraska spring 2010. This is an interview with Tom Lehman, pro golfer and one of the course architects.
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Monday, February 22, 2010

Cleveland CG15 Wedge Review by

Cleveland CG15 Wedge Review by
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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Golf - Callaway Diablo Edge Driver, Fairway, Hybrid Review

Callaway Diablo Edge Driver, Fairway, Hybrid Review
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Golf TV - Installing a Backyard Putting Green with

In our first episode of 2010 GOLF TV shows how we built our Tour Links outdoor golf studio putting green. Thanks again to for their help!
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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Nike Golf Staff Pros talk about the VR Driver

Nike Staff Pros talk about the VR Driver
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Friday, February 19, 2010

EXCLUSIVE: Tiger Woods Calling it Quits at End of ‘09 has learned that Tiger Woods will be calling it quits at the end of the 2009 season.

While he missed playing golf during his eight month layoff recovering from knee surgery, he enjoyed the opportunity to spend time with his wife Elin, daughter Sam Alexi and newborn Charlie Axel. Being away from his family the past month Tiger realized that he missed the time away from Elin and the kids more then he missed the strenuous demands of the game.

Tiger's career PGA Tour statistics:

Events:????????????? 229
Cuts:????????????????? 213
Top 10:???????????? 152
Top 25:?????????????199
Wins:????????????????? 66
Earnings:?? $82,671,870

While the story may be a April Fools joke, his career stats aren`t. Tiger has won 29% of the PGA Tour matches he has played, he has finished in the Top 10 in 66% of the 229 matches he has played and finished in the Top 25 on 87% of the matches played.

We look forward to seeing Tiger add to his career stats this year and next.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

A Wie Bit Short! Stanford Holds off Wie to Win SBS Open

Angela Stanford held of Michelle Wie in Saturday's final round to win the 2009 SBS Open at Turtle Bay by three-strokes.

Wie managed only two birdies on the day which coupled with a double bogey in the par-4 eleventh hole cost her a chance at winning. Stanford shot off three consecutive birdies starting with the thirteenth hole, finishing with four birdies and two bogey's on the day for a 2-under 70 on the day and a 10-under 206 and a three stroke victory.

With the exception of Michelle Wie having pulled off the victory, the start to the 2009 LPGA season couldn't have gotten off to a better start. Wie solid performance will create alot of buzz for the former child prodigy as will the solid performance of LPGA Tour rookies Vicky Hurst and Stacy Lewis.

Although Hurst and Lewis both stumbled on the day's final round, the played well enough through the first two rounds to show why they are so highly regarded coming into their rookie seasons on the tour. Hurst dropped from fifth place through two rounds to finish in fifteenth place after carding five bogey's and finishing at an even-par 216 for the tournament. Lewis dropped from fifth place through two rounds to finish in a four way tie for twentieth place with a 1-over 217 for the tournament. Lewis had four bogeys and a double-bogey on the day.

Yani Tseng, the second highest ranked female golfer in the world behind Lorena Ochoa, finished with a 2-under for the tournament for a fifth place finish.

Natalie Gulbis, starts 2009 season with a top 10 finish, with a 1-under for the tournament finishing in a four way tie for tenth place on the leaderboard.

Paula Creamer finished at an even-par for the tournament for a fifteenth place finish.

With these top names getting off to a strong start, the LPGA change some of the negative momentum leading up to the start of the season after losing several sponsors for tournaments because of the ailing economy.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Nike Victory Red VR Woods Review by

Nike Victory Red Driver, Fairway Hybrid, VR Driver with Straight Fit System Review by
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Golf - Stuart Appleby Gives Advice to his Caddy for a Cure

Stuart Appleby gives humorous twist to his Caddy for a Cure
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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

How You Can Help Haiti


About Golf Simulator

A look at the About Golf Simulator
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Monday, February 15, 2010

In Mickelson We Trust - Takes Four Stroke Lead at Northern Trust Open

Phil Mickelson looks to be back in form as he takes a 4-stroke lead into Sunday`s final round of the Northern Trust Open, in which hed will seek to win back to back Northern Trust Open championships at the Riveira Country Club.

Mickelson bested his opening round 8-under with an eagle and seven birdies in his second clean round of the Northern Trust Open, finishing with a 9-under 72 for the day.

Mickelson who shot a 1-over 72 in yesterday`s second round, spent the morning working with Butch Harmon on body positioning which seemed to pay off. For the second day in a row, Mickelson eagled the first hole and finished strong firing off four consecutive birdies from the fourteenth to seventeenth holes and finished with a ten stroke improvement over Friday`s second round.

Andres Romero of Argentina fired off seven birdies of his own, including birdies in his last three holes to finish with a 6-under to finish four strokes back of Mickelson in second place.

J.B. Holmes fired off nine birdies and finished with a 7-under 64 to move into contention with a 9-under through three rounds, five strokes back of Mickelson. Holmes started the theday on the fifty-second spot on the leaderboard and jumped into a two way tie with Luke Donald for tenth place.

Third Round Leaderboard

Sunday, February 14, 2010

An Eagle, Seven Birdies and a Goosen Equals Lead at Pebble Beach

An eagle, seven birdies and a Goosen equals two shot lead after two rounds at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Retief Goosen dominated the filed today shootomg 5 shots better then his his nearest competitor with an 8-under 64 on the day. To lead round one co-leader Dustin Johnson by two strokes.

Johnson had five birdies on the day, but his bogey on the par-4 17th hole cost him the opportunity to retain his first round lead.

Three of the top five golfers in the world are participating in this weekend`s event and they look more like amateurs participating in the event then the top ranked golfers in the world that they are, with all three failing two make the cut.

Padraig Harrington (#3 ranking) shot a 1-over on the day and finished with 3-over through two rounds, Harrington had four bogey`s and three birdies on the day.

Vijay Singh (#4 ranking) shot a 3-over on the day and match Harrington`s 3-over through two rounds. Singh only managed one birdy on the day while carding five bogeys.

Phil Mickelson (#5 ranking) shot a 1-under 71 on the day after shooting an even-par in Thursday`s first round, falling one shot short of making the cut.

Pebble Beach 2nd Round Leaderboard.

TaylorMade R9 Iron, R9 TP Irons Review by

taylormade R9 Iron, R9 TP Irons Review by
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