RICKIE FOWLER “IN”; TIGER WOODS OUT! Tiger —You Know Him But You Don’t Necessarily Like Him Tiger Woods is still the most recognizable golfer in the United States, according to a new report. Despite the emergence of young,
feature front page
HEALTH & FITNESS Irie Fields Golf Course, Edible and Organic Eat organic fruit as you play your round of golf. FIRST EVER EDIBLE, ORGANIC GOLF COURSE By Dan Poppers Eat a golf course? Strange thought, right? Now you can
WELLINGTON TEE’S UP FOR NEW ZEALAND’S MOST PRESTIGIOUS AMATEUR GOLF TOURNAMENT Asia- Pacific Amateur Championship being held in New Zealand October 2017 New York, NY, October 2, 2015 – New Zealand has been awarded to be the host of one of
KOKO’S JOURNEY 200,000 STROKES AND 15,000 PARS! Denny “KOKO” Kovacs’ fanatical journey to break golf records never before achieved by any golfer, anywhere continues.
GOLL THROUGH THE PAGES Book Reviews by Dan Poppers FRANCIS AND EDDIE written by Brad Herzog, illustrated by Zachary Pullen, Why Not Books publisher, 2013, hardbound, $17.95. There are not too many golf books oriented toward children let alone
TODAY’S BETTING ODDS: GOLF’S BEST TO BATTLE CHAMBERS BAY 2015 U.S. Open Offers Unique Challenge New York, NY – The best golfers in the world will gather in the Pacific Northwest for this year’s U.S. Open tournament.
Environmentalists Lose, Sharp Park Wins! Though Frogs & Snakes Win Too The four-year legal battle surrounding the 18-hole championship Sharp Park Golf Course in Pacifica (near San Francisco) appears to be over at last—renovations to both the course and nearby wildlife
PRIVATE GOLF CLUB SUMMER BARGAIN OF THE CENTURY! How Can You Pass This Up! Want to play one of the finest private country clubs in the desert for pennies on the dollar this summer? Look no more. Bermuda Dunes Country
GM Mark Scheibach joins the 59 Club. (GolfNews Photo) —“My putting was on auto-pilot.” The Day Everything Went In By Dan Poppers There’s a golfer in the Coachella Valley (Southern California desert) that has something in common
“This is in line with age-related shifts in socio-emotional goals,” Holley said. Several studies have shown, Holley explained, that as people age they place less importance on arguments and seek more positive experiences, perhaps out of a sense of making