The British Open 2023: Favorites, Long Shots, And No Hopers

It’s been a wonderful year for golf. The majors, especially, have delivered. Sometimes those holy grails of the sport, those four weeks a year when all eyes turn to the links, can disappoint – lackluster courses, uninspiring winners, no real drama. Not this year.  First, we had the likable Hideki Matsuyama becoming Japan’s first-ever major … Read more

History of the Golf Ball

There are many stories and fables about how the game of golf came to be.  I’m sure everyone has heard the ole’ “shepherd hitting rocks with a crooked stick” story, but the origins of golf are just that, fables and stories.  There’s no real record of how it came to be or who invented it.  … Read more

Barstool Sports Let Them Play Classic

How we got here.  The NCAA was scheduled to play one of their D1 Women’s Golf Championship regional events at the University Club in Baton Rouge, LA to qualify teams to the National Golf Tournament to be held at Gray Hawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, AZ.  Coaches and Players were notified of severe weather coming … Read more

What Is An Albatross In Golf?

More Difficult Than a Hole in One? The National Hole in One Registry sets a golfer’s odds of making a hole in one at 12,000 to 1.  For a professional, the odds improve to 3,000 to 1.  That means if the average golfer plays 50 rounds per year on an 18-hole course with 4 par … Read more