Author David Wood golfs around the world, Dr. Gary Wiren on golfing for fun, Biloxi courses rebound, how technology helps your game
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“Not only did I want to play golf, I wanted to see the world,” said Wood, who began playing golf in Santiago, Chile, and then spent a year playing around the world, finishing playing the northernmost course of the world, in Norway. Wood tells listeners about the book and his amazing journey.
Noted golf instructor Dr. Gary Wiren talks about how to have more fun on the golf course with his new “Golf Enjoyment Scorecard.”
Also, National Editor Tim McDonald tells you how golf courses in Biloxi, Miss., have bounced back. This area is now a great place to find quality, inexpensive golf, he says.
And in this week’s “On Course” commentary, blogger Ron Montesano talks about how technology in golf can help your game - but, he says, sometimes technology can be simple.
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