The June 2013 issue of Golf Digest got us steamed! In Bob Carney’s article, “Why Golf Needs to Change,” he states: “Women still don’t seem that interested
The GPS and yardage devices for golf just keep getting better and better.
Just one year ago, Denver, Colorado resident Joel Hunt questioned his desire to live.
“You’ll never work a day in your life if you do what you love!”
If you have been to any PGA Tour event and looked closely into the bags of touring professionals, you’ll find a significant amount of customization as well as personalization.
During Ryder Cup week, PGA President Allen Wronowski was gracious enough to share his thoughts on a variety of matters with Tee Times Magazine
You probably know Bud Chapman as the artist who created the Infamous 18, those wonderful paintings of “fantasy” golf holes.
Even though it is October, and sadly the end of the 2012 Minnesota golf season is in sight, it is the perfect time to begin preparing for your 2013 golf event.
By now you’ve seen a feature or two on the Golf Channel or maybe ESPN detailing the lives of “golf ball divers”. Usually, those features take place in the Southern United States,
Chaska-based golf course architect Kevin Norby has been elected as an Associate member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects. According to ASGCA Membership Director Aileen Smith, he becomes one of only 175 ASGCA members worldwide.
Even in his late eighties, Pete Dye is still going strong designing and building golf courses. His career dates back to the early 1960’s when he and his wife, Alice, co-designed what was then known as El Dorado Country Club, a modest nine-hole course outside of Indianapolis.
Women Contribute to Golf’s Growth & Vitality: Women may represent only about 20% of today’s golfing population, but industry experts list this segment as an untapped opportunity for growth. Research shows more women are taking up the game, but attrition rates are offsetting the gains.
One page about “Coach” is not enough. But here goes…
Known as a top U.S. golf destination, Minnesota offers 500+ courses characterized by beautiful natural settings, excellent conditions and affordability. The overall “Quality” of golf in Minnesota cannot be matched.
During 2011, Tee Times Press ran a series of articles entitled “Survival of the Fittest” which outlined the health of the golf industry and additionally addressed the evolving issues facing golfers in Minnesota.
Women in the military have a history that extends over 4,000 years into the past, throughout a vast number of cultures and nations.