Monthly Archives: March 2019
I love watching the PGA Tour in Hawaii. Even though the season technically started a few months ago, I’ve only just realized it.
Anyway, another reason I love watching golfers play in Hawaii is that I can learn a lot from what I’ve seen-not just for my own game, but also as a teacher who helps others. For example, the style of playing “light breeze” in Hawaii is not much different from Golf, which is played in Florida. One of the problems I work on with my students all the time is Golf in the wind. The way golfers deal with Hawaiian-branded winds and still earn an incredible amount of points shows us all that the wind shouldn’t spoil the game. Nary. Continue reading
Golf is one of the oldest sports in the world, so its history is rich and varied. Although there are disputes about the origin of Golf, this game has undoubtedly left a deep imprint on modern society.
In memory of the past and present of Golf, we have compiled a list of the top 25 most unusual, frightening and simply strange facts. Enjoy!
1) breaking stereotypes-Long before Annika Sorenstem’s participation in the Bank of Colonial America in 2003, babe Zeharias became the first – and only-female golfer to qualify for the PGA’s flagship professional men’s Golf tour with scores of 76 and 81 during the first two rounds at the Los Angeles Open In 1945. Continue reading