Budget holiday golf in Myrtle Beach, Chuck Evans' winter training tips, Natalie Gulbis a shoe-in for 2007 Golfer Supremacy Rankings
Hear this latest episode of TravelGolf.com This Week.
For golfers, Myrtle Beach is an excellent holiday destination, and one that’s easy on your wallet. In this week’s podcast, host Dave Berner talks to National Golf Editor Tim McDonald about the great deals to be found there.
“This is kind of their slow season, and the courses are not busy at all,” McDonald says. “Right now is a season when the greens fees are at their cheapest. So this is really kind of a good year to come down here, if you want to take your chances with the weather. You might get lucky like I have, and get perfect weather.”
But if you’re not going to be able to make it to some of the warmer parts of the country for a little golf this winter, you can still keep your game sharp with a bit of indoor practice, according to Chuck Evans, executive director of instruction at the Medicus Golf Institute..
“A lot of players, when the football season kicks off, they put their clubs up until spring,” Evans says. “By the time they dust the rust off of them and finally get their swing back to where they think they want it to be, it’s about time to put them up again.”
Staff Writer Bill Wolfrum looks at golfers in the running to top his Golfer Supremacy Rankings this year.
“We’re going to have our year-end special on BadGolfer.com, and we’re going to list the players who really made a difference this year,” Wolfrum says. “I’ll give you a name that’s going to rank very high: That’s Natalie Gulbis. This year she decided to be really controversial, and that’s something I didn’t expect from her.”
This podcast is supported by Walters Golf.
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