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In response to: Plan your next Scotland golf trip with St. Andrews Golf Tours, Tucker on Bandon Dunes, and golf in Sweden and Denmark

John Carr [Visitor]
I am interested in a golf package for the 2015 british open @ St. Andrew's. Golf and attend 2-3 days of open.
PermalinkPermalink 08/09/10 @ 17:07

In response to: Lake Tahoe golf, food and golf French style, great summer golf books

Amanda [Visitor]
Tahoe is one of my ultimate getaway weekend destinations for the very reasons you talked about. Living for a long time in Los Angeles, it was always a huge relief to be able to leave early on a Friday afternoon and spend the weekend golfing and spa-ing in Tahoe. Not sure I'm too thrilled about you spreading the word far and wide, but I can't fault your taste in perfect golf destinations!
PermalinkPermalink 12/02/09 @ 03:28

In response to: Golf in Vancouver Island and La Paz, Mexico, plus Bob Burns Golf's No Bananas drivers

Gary [Visitor]
I'd have to say Vancouver is a most beautiful city, and I do very much love to golf there. Course, your months for good golfing are limited, not only by the short summer but the year round threats of haze, fog and rain. But let me tell you, on the right day in Vancouver, you could swear you were golfing in heaven!
PermalinkPermalink 12/01/09 @ 07:19

In response to: Golf in the Canadian Rockies, South Korea's Pine Beach golf course, the new book "Golf for a Rainy Day"

Bed and Breakfasts [Visitor]
I've played a number of Korean courses from my time doing business there. I'd have to say that though the amenities (club house, pro shop etc.) were not always as polished as their Japanese or Western counterparts, the courses themselves were always impeccable and challenging. It took not much effort to let my hosts win more often than not!
PermalinkPermalink 11/18/09 @ 06:22

In response to: Lake Tahoe golf, food and golf French style, great summer golf books

Bed and Breakfasts [Visitor]
I hav many clients who come looking for golf holiday packages, I'll tell them that Aspen is one of the west coast gems to consider. Thanks.
PermalinkPermalink 11/18/09 @ 06:15

In response to: Golf in the Canadian Rockies, South Korea's Pine Beach golf course, the new book "Golf for a Rainy Day"

Gary [Visitor]
Another fantastic show Dave!

Korea sounds like fun, but it's a little off my commute. The Rockies are definitely on my to do list thanks to you.

So glad I found your podcast!
PermalinkPermalink 10/16/09 @ 08:19

In response to: Lake Tahoe golf, food and golf French style, great summer golf books

Gary [Visitor]
Nice program this week. Glad to hear about the deals in Aspen. I've drooled over some of those resorts in ski season, nice to know I can get to see them from the inside on my next golf trip.

Keep the interesting shows coming!
PermalinkPermalink 10/16/09 @ 08:14

In response to: Golf in Vancouver Island and La Paz, Mexico, plus Bob Burns Golf's No Bananas drivers

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PermalinkPermalink 08/24/09 @ 07:59

In response to: Golf in Louisiana, improve conditioning for better golf, the Nike SQ Dymo driver and fairway woods

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PermalinkPermalink 08/24/09 @ 07:58

In response to: The new-look Dubsdread at Cog Hill course, Gary Wiren on getting more distance, and faster golf in Scotland

golfcrazy [Visitor]
I have used the A99 golf. Great service. Nice covers . The most perfect in the same price.Great Price!! A+++ I like! King of cost performance!
PermalinkPermalink 07/11/09 @ 11:07

In response to: Golf in Spain, hitting the links in South Padre Island, PGA Tour winner J.L. Lewis' 'Golf Tips From the Tour' book

abigail [Visitor]
I really wanna play golf, this is so interesting
PermalinkPermalink 06/12/09 @ 13:42

In response to: Upscale golf in Italy, Nicklaus golf in Mexico, Chuck Evans on the short game

abigail [Visitor]
Upscale golf? haha...in my country, Indonesia...golf is upscale sport
PermalinkPermalink 06/12/09 @ 13:40

In response to: Golf in Louisiana, improve conditioning for better golf, the Nike SQ Dymo driver and fairway woods

abigail [Visitor]
I'm wondering what is it like the golf spot in Louisiana?
PermalinkPermalink 06/12/09 @ 13:38

In response to: Doak's Renaissance Club in Scotland, Virginia a great golf trip destination, Hireko Golf clubs offer value, quality

abigail [Visitor]
Yes, I agree, I wanna give a compliment to this site...travel golf.com is the great vacation golf site!
PermalinkPermalink 06/12/09 @ 13:35

In response to: Doak's Renaissance Club in Scotland, Virginia a great golf trip destination, Hireko Golf clubs offer value, quality

Ron Mon [Member]
Going next week to play Seven Oaks and Leatherstocking in central New York, wrapped around two days at the Open. Let me know if you want me on...it has been a while.
PermalinkPermalink 06/10/09 @ 13:22

In response to: Feinstein on Tiger Woods, Rocco Mediate and "Are You Kidding Me?", Gary Wiren on enjoying golf to the fullest, and The Tribute in Texas

Kevin H. [Visitor]
VERY cool interview with John Feinstein. Nice score, TravelGolf.
PermalinkPermalink 06/02/09 @ 06:23

In response to: Arizona's blazing deals, golfing naked and Chuck Evans improves your putting

PRO TOUR CARD [Visitor]
COMPARISON

With all due respect, most of the putting aids on the market are flawed in one regard or another. For example, training aids such as the Putting Arc, Stan Utley’s Learning curve, Putting Plane System, Hi-Tec putting track, Accu-stroke, Clear track, Arc Glider and many more are not only big and bulky, they force golfers of all sizes, shapes and skill levels to use the same stroke. Over the years as a professional golf instructor, I have taught hundreds of golfers and I have seen dozens of individually unique putting styles. I know that it is physically impractical to expect an eleven year old to have the same stroke as a six foot five man. Throughout history, some of the greatest putters in the world have had very unorthodox putting strokes. The most important thing in putting is to deliver the putter face square to your intended line at impact, with the proper speed. The PRO TOUR CARD replaces an assortment of oversized training aids including the above list as well as the Pin Balls, which do not allow each ball to move on their own independent axis and often results in misleading feedback. Also, with the PRO TOUR CARD, you may use your own golf balls for a more realistic look and feel during the exercise. The PRO TOUR CARD also replaces the Putt Master with Drill # 11.

I am not saying that all of the above training aids are all bad, just bulky, and limited in performance. The PRO TOUR CARD is the only golf training aid in the world that combines all of these benefits and many more, at a fraction of the cost; while easily fitting into your pocket or golf bag. My goal was to create a product which proves that golf training aids don’t have to be expensive to be effective. By developing a golf practice and training aid that is compact, effective and affordable; we are able to help more people play better golf.

Chipping is another area where the lack of proper technique can, and does lead to errant shots, frustrated golfers and inflated scores. So why aren’t there more effective chipping aids? The ones that are out there are also very big and limited in their “all around” effectiveness. Use the PRO TOUR CARD to promote the proper angle of approach when chipping around the green (Drill #5) or practicing full wedge and short iron shots (Drill # 6) that produce green holding spin; all while using the directional arrows and the profile of the card itself, to assist with proper club and feet alignment.

Over the past several years, I have become increasingly concerned with the trendy new golf institutes that promote hooking golfers up to a series of wires, bells and buzzers in an effort to mold everyone’s swing into the perfect “robot-golfer”; never getting to see a divot or their ball fly further than the net in front of them. Like Ben Hogan said, “the answers are in the dirt.” I truly believe that the combination of simplicity, portability, size, cost and effectiveness will make the PRO TOUR CARD the number one golf practice and training aid in the world.

If you would like more information about the PRO TOUR CARD; please visit our website at: www.protourcard.com or cal 1-888-58-GOLOW
PermalinkPermalink 03/29/09 @ 14:22

In response to: Gary Wiren on the PGA Merchandise Show, find cheap golf equipment at 50dollargolf.com, and golf course photography tips

PRO TOUR CARD [Visitor]
With all due respect, most of the putting aids on the market are flawed in one regard or another. For example, training aids such as the Putting Arc, Stan Utley’s Learning curve, Putting Plane System, Hi-Tec putting track, Accu-stroke, Clear track, Arc Glider and many more are not only big and bulky, they force golfers of all sizes, shapes and skill levels to use the same stroke. Over the years as a professional golf instructor, I have taught hundreds of golfers and I have seen dozens of individually unique putting styles. I know that it is physically impractical to expect an eleven year old to have the same stroke as a six foot five man. Throughout history, some of the greatest putters in the world have had very unorthodox putting strokes. The most important thing in putting is to deliver the putter face square to your intended line at impact, with the proper speed.
The PRO TOUR CARD is the only golf training aid in the world that combines all of these benefits and many more, at a fraction of the cost; while easily fitting into your pocket or golf bag. My goal was to create a product which proves that golf training aids don’t have to be expensive to be effective.
please visit our website at:

www.protourcard.com or cal 1-888-58-GOLOW
PermalinkPermalink 03/29/09 @ 14:21

In response to: Golf in Spain, hitting the links in South Padre Island, PGA Tour winner J.L. Lewis' 'Golf Tips From the Tour' book

golf tips [Visitor]
"Now what a great concept bring simplicity and fun back to the game of golf"


PermalinkPermalink 03/17/09 @ 17:49

In response to: Arizona's blazing deals, golfing naked and Chuck Evans improves your putting

Rob Kirchner [Visitor]
Dave Johnson a PGA green grass professional from Omaha, Nebraska announces the national launch of Online League Tracker a free member service for golf leagues. Dave has been a fellow PGA member for the past 22 years. He managed a private club for 19 years before becoming the owner of The Knolls, an 18 hole daily fee course 4 years ago. Having been a past President of the Nebraska Section, Dave understands the importance of sharing strategies that help enhance a player’s experience while adding to a course’s bottom line. Realizing how much leagues contribute to a course’s total rounds played, Dave developed OLT to enhance The Knoll’s league package. Identifying that league administrators are the life line to a course’s league play. Online League Tracker was designed to reduce the hassles an administrator encounters managing a league.

OLT is a web based golf league solution that allows the league’s manager to create, calculate, track and display golf handicaps, individual and team points, score cards, schedule matches, display the season’s calendar and easily communicate with league members. Allowing members to view handicaps, point changes, team standings, weekly pairings, schedules, current weather and rain outs from anywhere with internet access reduces nuisance inquires to both the administrator and the golf pro.

Online League Tracker is a best of breed solution that offers all the features of the other web based systems combined. Solutions which cost $50–$200 per league per year. These features include but are not limited to a private website for every league (including email blast, message board and a photo gallery), USGA or custom handicap calculations, a scheduling wizard that can handle multiple tracks and courses on the same night, custom score cards complete with each week’s current pairings and strokes.

Initially OLT was developed for The Knolls and was planned to be offered to other leagues for a fee. Securing sponsorship has allowed Dave to offer it for free to Green Grass Professionals when a PGA member is the one setting up the league.

In developing OLT, we designed it to benefit the Golf Professional in every way possible.

1. The annual subscription of $99 is waived when a league is set up by you a PGA member. To set up your leagues you merely have to enter the League Administrators and their email addresses.
2. Access to the system can be limited through the course’s existing website increasing your site’s traffic and ability to promote and market the course’s services.
3. A feature rich hosted website is offered at no cost to those courses currently not maintaining a website or wanting to upgrade their existing site.
4. This navigation setup also offers the course an alternative channel of communicating with league players reducing staff time fielding unnecessary phone inquiries and other league administrated tasks.
5. Additional revenue generating services for the Pro can be offered at your discretion as they become available.

To learn more about OLT and obtain your course’s credentials go to OnlineLeagueTracker.com
PermalinkPermalink 03/10/09 @ 18:40

In response to: Myrtle Beach golf goes glitz, Tiger Woods vs. Jack Nicklaus, golf ball artist Patric Herber

jason [Visitor]
I cant believe how golf has went up on grand strand during the last 5 years
PermalinkPermalink 02/20/09 @ 18:53

In response to: Jim McLean's Building Block Approach golf instruction DVDs, Bailey on Bayonet and the Black Horse, and President Obama a friend to golf

Kilkenny Golf [Visitor]
The newly renovated course is a must-play. Great Bay Views and a wonderful course at a good price.
I will return there!
PermalinkPermalink 01/23/09 @ 10:03

In response to: Top golf deals in Arizona, keeping your back healthy, and Frank Thomas on his new book, "Dear Frank"

Dave M [Visitor]
One of the best deals for golf just south of Phoenix is Robson Ranch Golf Club. During the prime season Jan - Mar, the cost is $39 per player. It includes GF, CF and tax. Don't miss it.
PermalinkPermalink 12/29/08 @ 14:45

In response to: Golf in San Antonio, Christmas golf gifts, swing tips from Medicus Golf's Chuck Evans

Jenny Hill [Visitor]
Thanks for the post! The renovation truly made a difference. Lots of good golf news coming to San Antonio.

There are incredible resorts opening up in the area the newest will be the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa opening in the spring of 2010. The buzz is building quickly about this property due to the recent golf announcement of the Valero Texas Open which will change venues in 2010 to the new TPC San Antonio course located at the resort – hopefully we will bring in some really big golfers too! I for one am happy just to have a new spot for friends and family to stay when visiting – it’s connected to a bird sanctuary and surrounded by rolling hills so the views will be incredible. It’s exciting to hear the direction the city is heading in so I thought I’d share!

PermalinkPermalink 12/11/08 @ 15:01

In response to: Private golf clubs offering tee times to average duffers, "green" golf gifts for Christmas, and golf on "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"

mark [Visitor]
Your blog is nice...
TravelGolf.com’s Kiel Christianson says there are several excellent, environmentally-friendly golf gift options on the market this holiday season.
PermalinkPermalink 12/07/08 @ 17:34

In response to: Private golf clubs offering tee times to average duffers, "green" golf gifts for Christmas, and golf on "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"

Hybird Golf Clubs [Visitor]
I hope that concept comes to Texas. I played many of the private courses around Dallas as a junior golfer in tournaments. But, have not set foot on them since because there is no way I can afford to initiation fee and monthly dues.
PermalinkPermalink 12/01/08 @ 09:07

In response to: On golf in St. Petersburg, Florida, Element 21's Scandium shaft, author Joel Zuckerman on his new Pete Dye book

Andi N. [Visitor]
Speaking of Pete Dye and golf...

San Antonio, TX is soon to be a major golf destination. The Valero Texas open will be in the spring beginning in 2009 and will take place at the new AT&T Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio in 2010. With these news… more people are sure to take notice of the great venues available in the area. The AT&T Oaks Course designed by Greg Norman, as well as the AT&T Canyons Course designed by Pete Dye, are two brand new additions to San Antonio, specifically the Hill Country. Surrounded by rolling hills, the courses are part of the new JW Marriott Hill Country Resort & Spa opening in March of 2010. The new resort will be the largest of the JW Marriotts with 1002 rooms and 140,000 square feet of exhibit space. I’m looking forward to the New Year and having a new excuse to drive to the Hill country. The area is full of historic sites, vineyards, music legends and diverse culture. With 300 plus days of sunshine a year my first thought was that it was the perfect choice for these courses and this tournament!

Here's the site: www.tpcsanantonio.com
PermalinkPermalink 11/13/08 @ 11:00

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Hey, what can I say Smails, you got my number.

BTW, Btuck, here's another link that totally refutes Factcheck.org:

http://www.sadlyno.com/archives/9982.html
PermalinkPermalink 10/31/08 @ 21:56

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Judge Smails [Visitor]
Wolfie,

Don't be upset simply because I've got your number. And mind your tongue when addressing your betters, boy!

Tuck,

FactCheck.org is not always so factual. Check this link here: http://patterico.net/2008/09/23/unmitigated-garbage-from-factcheckorg-on-obamas-second-amendment-record/
PermalinkPermalink 10/29/08 @ 14:28

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

William K. Wolfrum [Visitor]
I must say Smails, I am always impressed by the endless array of things you can pull directly out for ass. It must be like a Super Walmart in there.

I do believe that someday, on some subject you will delight us all by giving your thoughts after at very least giving the subject "cursory analysis."
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/08 @ 18:07

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Brandon Tucker [Member]
Smails,

I like factcheck.org and realclearpolitics.com...Though Hannity and Olberman are fun to watch when you haven't gotten into an argument with anyone all day.
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/08 @ 17:30

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Judge Smails [Visitor]
Stacy,

You have to understand the mentality of a Wolfie. To such a leftist, his own ideology determines the center; such a person is extremely solipsistic. Thus, it means nothing to him that, unlike mainstream media networks, FOX presents people from both sides of the aisle in equal numbers (this can be proven with a cursory analysis). It only matters that they don't reflect the Wolfie's biases and prejudices; that is enough to prove they're slanted.

Having said this, Tucker is correct in saying that you really need to diversify your information sources (omitting the mainstream media, which has descended into pure propaganda). Of course, though, I doubt Tucker actually does this in any kind of beneficial way. Hey, Tuck, what does diversifying information sources mean to you? Do you log on to WorldNetDaily.com, Jihad Watch and NewsBusters.org as well as your left-wing standbys? Nah, I'm sure diversity to you means the DailyKos, Moveon.stupid and the Huffington Compost. LOL.
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/08 @ 14:01

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Wendy (UK) [Visitor]
What an odd choice for you, BV. You do know that Labour-led New Zealand has extremely liberal social policies, don't you, including a soc**lized medical system even older than the UK's? Will you become a citizen (Queenie will be your Head of State - she'll see you right, mate)or remain an economic immigrant whilst in exile? Just wondering.... tnen
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/08 @ 13:53

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

BV [Visitor]
Well, sadly, golfgirl Pat is 100% correct - the 2008 elections are definitely polarizing this country.

Wonder why that is? Could it be that most people who WORK for their money object to the Democrats' plan to take MORE of it and give it to slugs who produce nothing except crack-addicted babies?? I know that's what has ME 'polarized'! ;)

Then again, if we do go out of our collective minds and elect Barack Hussein Obama - *I* will do a Wolfie and move to New Zealand!
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/08 @ 12:47

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Tim McDonald [Visitor]
I'd love to see McCain play golf.

Can you imagine with those short arms.

He would need kiddie golf clubs.

Let's settle this race with a pick-up basketball game between Obama and McBush. Or Obama and Pale-in.
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/08 @ 10:31

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Brandon Tucker [Member]
And on a media note...

The only way you can receive "fair and balanced" information is by diversifying your news outlets. Spread the wealth around.
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/08 @ 03:41

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Brandon Tucker [Member]
Stacy,

I know the blog says that I compare the two because of their locations...

But listen to the 9 other reasons that are even more eye-opening.. It's really more about their celebrity and how they are covered than anyone's politics. I leave the politics to Wolf.
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/08 @ 03:38

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

William K. Wolfrum [Visitor]
It's ok, Pat, I lay my ass on the line enough for both of us.

Hmm, that sounded weird. I think you know what I meant ;)
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/08 @ 19:21

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

golfgirl [Visitor]
I think it's pretty impressive that these golf writers will even talk about the election. The country is so polarized that many of us won't even mention it for fear of offending someone...someone you'd otherwise be fine with. It shouldn't be that way but it is.

We're all entitled to our opinions, how ever divergent they may be. I might try to convince you of the awesomeness of Tiger Woods...sorry, I meant Barack Obama, and you might try to convince me of the wisdom and rightness of that hot lady.... what's her name? oh yes, Sarah Palin. But in the end we're going to go out an vote for the one we feel best represents what we stand for. And that's going to be different things for different people.

Anyway, I've decided not to reveal my persuasions for fear of offending someone. ;o)
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/08 @ 16:32

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Stacy [Visitor]
Left? Nope, I think you have the term wrong. Left=Democrat, Right=Conservative.

I am currently a Democrat but now I'm considering becoming an Independent.

I don't like where the Democratic party is heading.
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/08 @ 16:26

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Joe Cool [Visitor]
Good grief Stacy, you are farther left than Castro!
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/08 @ 16:00

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Stacy Solomon [Member]
Bill, I watch Fox News...they are fair and balanced. I'm not so sure about the networks though.
Hmmm...would you consider CBS News fair and balanced?

Joe Cool, there should be just as much comparison between Obama and Michelle Wie as there is between Palin and Wie. Sorry, I just don't get the reference.

READ THIS: Fact checker shows Obama's birth certificate:
http://www.factcheck.org/elections-2008/born_in_the_usa.html

True or false?
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/08 @ 15:39

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Joe Cool [Visitor]
Stacy,
Obama was NOT born in Hawaii, he was born in Kenya which makes him ineligible to be the president. Do your research...who in the hell is comparing Obama with Michelle Wie?
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/08 @ 14:20

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

William K. Wolfrum [Visitor]
Watch Fox News, Stacy. They are Fair and Balanced. I know that because they repeat it 175 times an hour,
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/08 @ 11:26

In response to: Golf writers on McCain-Palin, tips from noted golf instructor Chuck Evans, Christianson on the Groove Tube putter

Stacy [Visitor]
Wow, this blog has turned left...it seems intent upon putting down the McCain/Palin ticket.

Are there no subversive pro golfers to compare with Obama or Biden?

Obama was born in Hawaii and moved to Indonesia...we could have compared him to Michelle Wie, now couldn't we?

Come on guys...fair and balanced reporting please.
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/08 @ 11:21

In response to: Innisbrook resort near Tampa gets a makeover, LasVegasGolf.com offers beautiful female caddies, and golf and the U.S. presidency

The Golfaholic [Visitor]
Bring on the caddie's, although I might be just a little distracted ;-)
PermalinkPermalink 08/29/08 @ 09:58

In response to: Golf in Germany, San Diego's Grand Del Mar Resort, growing golf through the Just One initiative

Justo Casal [Visitor]
Hi Dave, I like your golf travel pieces!

Best regards,

Justo Casal
PermalinkPermalink 07/28/08 @ 18:30

In response to: A discussion on Tiger Woods' temper, author Curt Sampson on 'Golf Dads' book, staying healthy this golf season

Stacy [Visitor]
Why should Tiger Woods have to apologize to a photographer for snapping while he's swinging?

That photog should have been given the riot act...as a professional, he should have known better.

Tiger Woods adds class to golf with every swing of his golf club.
PermalinkPermalink 04/08/08 @ 10:43

In response to: PGA pro Chuck Evans on 3-D golf instruction, Greg Rose of the Titleist Performance Institute, golf on Vancouver Island

Ron Mon [Member]
I'm shocked that I was not on the anniversary guest list. However, should you need me, I'm available
PermalinkPermalink 02/18/08 @ 16:03

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