Golfing the Canadian Rockies, the American Singles Golf Association, reviewing the Zero Friction Tee
Hear this latest episode of TravelGolf.com This Week.
The Canadian Rockies are stunning, and there’s also excellent golf to be found there. In this week’s podcast, host Dave Berner talks to Gordon Schultz of Golf Canada’s West about the world-class golf in the Canadian Rockies.
“At my offices here we’re about 4,300 feet above sea level,” Schultz says. “The peaks rise about another 5,000 feet above our heads and provide a stunning backdrop for some of the best resort courses you’re going to find in western Canada.”
If you’re single, you know how hard it can be to meet somebody. Well, if you’re also into golf, the American Singles Golf Association can help you meet that special someone. Berner talks to Fred McEwen, president of the association’s Chicago chapter.
“It’s for single people who would like to go out with other single individuals and participate in golf,” McEwen says. “It does extend more, in our group, to social events, but the emphasis is on golf.”
In this week’s What Do You Like segment, Kiel Christianson raves about the Zero Friction Tee.
“These things are practically indestructible,” he says. “That’s the thing I like about them. I’ve played the same tee for the entire season.”
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