Electric Golf Push Carts are Game Changing!

August 27, 2022

The timing was perfect, me getting older and electric golf push carts being invented.  Walking is my favorite way to play, but as time marched on, my energy level started to decline towards the end of a round.  The physics of pushing a cart put pressure and caused pain in my low back.  Geez, it’s hell getting old.…

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The best yardage watch for golfers?

August 2, 2022

The Garmin s62 is a game changer for any golfer.  I got mine recently as an upgrade from an earlier version.  What technology! Just glance at your watch for yardage info of all kinds, how far you hit each shot, and keep your score with performance stats.  Highly recommend!  CLICK HERE to order yours. But…

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June 17, 2022

A scoring system where competitors win or lose points based on hole score. This is an individual tournament format where each player attempts to accumulate the most points.  Points are won or lost as follows: Double Eagle  8  points Eagle              5  points Birdie             2  points Par                 0  points Bogey             -1 point Double Bogey -2 points…

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June 13, 2022

Dividing the match into three competitive segments Undisputedly the most popular weekend betting golf game, a Nassau is basically three matches inside of a round. Single competitors attempt to win any of three segments of the game:  1) The front nine holes, 2) the back nine holes, and 3) the 18-hole total.  So, if a…

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June 12, 2022

This is a perfect betting game for any foursome, especially if your handicaps vary significantly. Form two – two person teams on the first tee by any method you like.  For the first 6 holes each team competes for the low net score on a hole.   If there is a tie for low net, then…

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Excuse my golf, Scotland…

June 11, 2022

Speaking of Scotland…. So, I am playing St Andrews for the very first time.  Feeling a little pressure, I scuffed my tee shot.  With no objections from my sympathetic partners, I quickly dug out a ball and took a mulligan which ended up being a beautiful shot right down the center.  While walking down the…

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Golf’s Hidden Gem in Oregon’s back yard

June 10, 2022

Few people know that the very first golf course on the US west coast was in a little coastal town in Oregon called Gearhart.  My poker boys group recently made a trip to play this historic venue and we are glad we did.  Built in 1892, Gearhart Golf Links has been restored to a pure…

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Planning a Golf Trip to St. Andrews – What You Need to Know

June 3, 2022

Booking a tee time at the old course is quite a challenge.  Due to demand, and the hosting of The Open, St Andrews is not accepting any advance registrations for 2022.  What they do have is a ballot system that is announced 2 days in advance.  So, if you plan to be in Scotland and…

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