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Tim Gavrich saw some pretty awesome - and just-plain-bizarre - products and pitches at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show. Here's his roundup.
Golfers have been traveling to golf meccas like Pinehurst, North Carolina, and Florida for more than a century. In this piece, Jason Scott Deegan looks at how 10 of America's most historic golf destinations have evolved over time and the courses that served as catalysts to further their growth.
Golf Online polled 900 golfers about their thoughts if social media use was a major cause of slow play on the golf course. They results might surprise you.
Trip through central Florida includes golf at Streamsong, Saddlebrook, Grand Cypress & Shingle Creek
After checking out the newest addition at Streamsong Resort, Gil Hanse's Black Course, senior writer Mike Bailey pays a visit to Saddlebrook, Grand Cypress and Shingle Creek.
The New Course at Grand Cypress Resort is Jack Nicklaus' tribute to the Old Course at St. Andrews, the birthplace of golf. While it's not a copy hole-for-hole, the feel of the golf course does indeed invoke the feel of the Old Course. Bring plenty of imagination and short-game skill, and you'll have a lot of fun.
Orlando Golf CoursesSenior Instructor at Marriott Golf Academy Dave Dolengowski discusses what you need to consider with your golf swing and equipment when taking a trip south to bermuda grass or heading north to cool grass types.Take a look at the wonderful and weird from the golf industry's annual meet-up.In an age of 320-yard drives, launch monitors, hand-held GPS devices and anguish about declining player participation, whoever thought that a nine-hole municipal golf course shoe-horned into a tree-lined residential area and only 2,480 yards long could point the way to the game’s healthy future?Former Miss America Kira Kazantsev joins the Golf Advisor team as the lifestyle correspondent. She speaks about her golf upbringing, Russian heritage, and her new show, ‘Golf Advisor Living’.