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Major Shift after 95 Golf Seasons… Refreshingly Affordable.
Would you like to double or triple the income of your existing golf tournament? There are over 500,000 golf tournaments in the U.S. each year. The average event raises between $5,000 and $8,000. Why do some tournaments raise $80,000 to $100,000? They have a plan.
This is the last installment in our series on the Decade of Dominance. It is fairly obvious there was no Arnold Palmer, or Jack Nicklaus or Tiger Woods that emerged from the pack during the 2010’s.
The Psychic smiles as his thumb flips the remote to off. Bryson DeChambeau has won the U.S. Open with a combination of brains and brawn.
“Uncontrolled power is the very devil – in golf or anywhere else.” Words of wisdom from Percy Boomer – probably the wisest golf instructor of all time.
I get it. This sounds odd to be in a golf publication, but I’ve always been a fan of politics and golf, so the symmetry makes sense to me.
Kathryn VanArragon (Bunker Hills GC) has made history yet again as the youngest winner in the 20 year history of the Minnesota Women’s State Open, held August 10-11, 2020 at The Jewel Golf Course in Lake City, Minnesota.
Dale Jones has been a class A member of the Minnesota Section for 27 years, yet it took him until this year’s Section PGA Professional Championship to get his first Section Stroke Play win. The two-day event was held on Tuesday, August 24-Wednesday, August 25, 2020 at Somerby Golf Club in Byron, MN.
There’s no mystery around The Meadows at Mystic Lake, the golf course at Mystic Lake Casino Hotel; it is a world class golf course where playing conditions and service are clearly given top priority. This course has grown up since its early years, and now plays like a seasoned champion in the prime of its life.
All of us golfers have some collection of memorabilia whether it be old scorecards, crystal bowls, club champion trophies, your hole-in-one ball, maybe a ball marker, or even a tee or divot from the sacred grasses of the infamous St. Andrews!
Any attempts to neatly fit a single decade of PGA TOUR dominance into a 10-year span went awry when I turned the page into the 1990s. The player who arguably emerged as the greatest player of all-time started his professional career in the mid-nineties.
The second edition of the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities was already very different from its inaugural year. From no fans and limited media access to player health/safety protocols including multiple COVID-19 testing, year two had a completely different look and feel.
The Psychic loves all things GOLF! The Psychic loves to play golf. He loves to read golf books and stories, watch golf on TV, and he loves to practice golf. But the thing the Psychic loves the most about golf is the adrenaline rush that occurs when the perfect shot is hit.
Have you been to a restaurant that has everything on the menu? Italian, Chinese, Mexican, ribs, seafood, French, burgers, sushi, wraps… you know what I mean. They probably once had an identity, but started to lose money and then thought they could be successful by being everything to everyone.
Last issue, I talked about wanting to go back in time to be around some of the most memorable moments in golf history. This month, I want to go back in time to undo some of my biggest regrets in my golf life.
The 23rd Minnesota/Wisconsin Cup Matches took place July 16-17 at Stevens Point Country Club in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. With a final score of 22-14, Team Minnesota was able to take home their fifth straight victory.