Tony Dear's book “The Golfer’s Handbook: Tips, Wit and Wisdom to Inform and Entertain” a delight

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Tony Dear takes a whimsical look at the game we love with his book, “The Golfer’s Handbook: Tips, Wit and Wisdom to Inform and Entertain.” Dear digs deep into his golfing soul to create a sort of golfer’s bible that touches on the game from all angles.… more »

North and west Ireland's great links win prestious IAGTO award as the 2011 European Destination of the Year

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It seems my timing was perfect. Just two months after I toured the magical links of northwest Ireland, this remote, yet beautiful part of the Emerald Isle was named the 2011 European Golf Destination of the Year by the International Association of Go… more »

Sharpen your game with Dave Pelz's book "Golf Without Fear: How to Play the 10 most Feared Shots in Golf with Confidence"

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I love Dave Pelz (and not just because I’m a Mickelson guy). Anybody who’s smart enough to work for NASA and then smart enough to quit messing around in space to worry about what’s important in the world – playing golf – has my respect. His NASA-… more »

New book "Ben Hogan's Short Game Simplified" might be the most useful of the three Hogan books published this year

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Call it the year of Ben Hogan. At least when it comes to published golf books. Three golf books about Hogan have come across my desk the last six months. “The Miracle at Merion: The Inspiring Comeback and Victory at the 1950 U.S. Open,” by David… more »

Dive into the Tiger tales with the new book "His Father's Son: Earl and Tiger Woods"

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Tom Callaghan was working on his newest book, “His Father’s Son: Earl and Tiger Woods,” long before the sex scandal broke last November. He just happened to be in the right time at the right place – with key interviews already in hand – to publish th… more »

Burton makes splashy debut with new cart golf bags

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I’ve always been a stand bag guy. With a bad back, it’s just easier to lug a lighter bag around. But secretly I’ve always wanted to be a cart bag guy. It’s a status thing. If you’ve got a nice quality bag, it gives off the impression that you’ve got… more »

Author Adrian Winter provides creative putting drills in 'The Little Book of Indoor Golf Games'

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I panic this time of year. I love fall – with football and the changing leaves – but I hate what it symbolizes: The end of golf season. Just in time, a mini savior arrived in the mail, “The Little Book of Indoor Golf Games” by Adrian Winter. My s… more »

New book "18 Game-Changing Lessons" greatly influenced by legendary teacher Harvey Penick

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Mark Steinbauer, the author of the new book “18 Game-Changing Lessons: Talking Golf with Legends and Pros,” knows golf. He has taken lessons from and interviewed the great Harvey Penick at length. He’s currently the director of golf at The Club at Ca… more »

Former LPGA player Kris Tschetter shares her "Hawk" stories in new book, "Mr. Hogan, The Man I Knew"

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Ben Hogan was legendary for more than his golf swing. The “Hawk” also had a legendary cold personality that many people believe made him the most reclusive superstar in sports history. The book “Mr. Hogan, The Man I Knew” hopes to shed some new light… more »

"True Links" the best golf book of 2010

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"I love links golf – but it was not love at first sight." Those words, written by Tom Watson as the foreword to the new book, “True Links,” certainly apply to me. Seven years ago, I had no clue how a links course looked like or felt like to play.… more »

Bridgestone's new B330 series golf balls even longer for players with fast swing speeds

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It’s perfect symmetry that Matt Kuchar is the most recognizable name on the PGA Tour playing a prototype of the new version of the Bridgestone B330 series of golf balls. Like Kuchar, golf balls made by Bridgestone are underappreciated as to how good… more »

Jeff Barr's book, "Golf's Best-Kept Secrets," features a misleading title but still a good read

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I thoroughly enjoyed Jeff Barr’s book, “Golf’s Best-Kept Secrets,” except … I don’t think the title fits, especially the subtitle: “Awesome and Affordable, Public Courses Anyone Can Play.” Barr’s book does have feature some courses that I know li… more »

Bushnell rangefinders and GPS units a great addition to anybody's game

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Two birdies. That is perhaps the best ringing endorsement I can give for owning a Bushnell laser range finder or GPS unit. I got my Bushnell Pro 1600 Slope Edition with Pinseeker a couple weeks ago. The first round I used it turned out to be enti… more »

Relive Ben Hogan's heroic comeback with the book "The Miracle at Merion" by David Barrett

Being a young whippersnapper, I had heard of Ben Hogan’s stirring comeback from the car accident that almost took his life. But I never knew the details until reading “The Miracle at Merion: The Inspiring Comeback and Victory at the 1950 U.S. Open,”… more »

The Vari-Break Putting Green by SKLZ simulates wavy greens indoors

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I’m a streaky putter. I can make a bunch and then miss a bunch. A new training aid in my basement, the Vari-Break Putting Green, should help me become a more consistent putter. The new putting mat will be put to good use this winter. Its uniq… more »

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