From the windswept heath of Scotland to the lava-cut contours of Hawaii, golf is truly a global sport. It offers great opportunities for adventurous links lovers to explore their native countries and beyond.
Of the many historic venues that have hosted the U.S. Open over the years, only four have transcended the game of golf and established themselves as icons of American history as National Historic Landmarks. Find out which courses have made the cut.
Wednesday was National Golf Day. Yes, golf has it's own day and what many might not know is the important role golf plays in the economy. Like all ecosystems there are multiple levels and golf is no exception.
For all the time I've spent walking golf courses, I've never actually played a round. I can assure you, however, that among the wildlife the events are dramatic as nature plays out its deadly serious game.
I have to admit, I, myself, have paraded a few "special" outfits over the years at the Masters. Some of them were awesome and some of which, looking back, may have been a bit out there. But, in the end, it is all part of the fun! The fashion is really a big part of who I am.
According to the National Golf Foundation women golfers are the fastest growing segment of new golfers. There are more than 6 million female golfers in the United States. Why is there such a growth? There are a variety of reasons.