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The Rickie Fowler Story: Do Not Let Other Peoples' Labels Define You

David Bradford | Posted 05.12.2015 | Sports
David Bradford

People will put labels on us: Overrated, underrated, too small, too old, can't win the big one, not fast enough, not smart enough, too inexperienced, etc. Most of the time, these labels are meant to demean us or put us down. But all that matters in life is how we react to those labels.

4 Great Golf Gifts for Father's Day

Joseph Satto | Posted 08.10.2014 | Technology
Joseph Satto

In my mind, immediate feedback in golf is one of the best ways to improve and this is exactly what Swingbyte provides.

How Overcoming a Stroke Taught This Pro Golfer the Meaning of Life

MeiMei Fox | Posted 06.22.2014 | Healthy Living
MeiMei Fox

At just 24, Andrew Parr already was a top-ranked golfer. He had won multiple amateur prizes throughout his youth in Canada, the U.S., and Great Britai...

PHOTOS: 12 Gorgeous Hotel Golf Courses With Ocean Views

Oyster | Posted 09.25.2012 | Travel

For all you golfers out there -- Hi, Dad! -- we found twelve beautiful hotel golf courses around the globe that have killer vistas to boot.

Spoiled Brats of the PGA Tour

Douglas MacKinnon | Posted 09.11.2012 | Sports
Douglas MacKinnon

With each passing week, there are a growing number of players on the tour who, when they pull off a great shot or drop a long putt, look like they are getting a root-canal. Chip in for a birdie? Root-canal face.

Bubba and Me

Don McNay | Posted 06.09.2012 | Sports
Don McNay

Bubba's wife and son couldn't make the Masters ceremony. Instead they get the rest of their lives to have Bubba in his role as an adoptive dad. It's not as exclusive as being a Masters winner but in making any impact on the world, it's more important.

What's Bad for Tiger Ain't Bad for the Rest of Us

Guy T. Saperstein | Posted 05.25.2011 | Comedy
Guy T. Saperstein

I have a new bumper sticker on my car: "Real Golfer Inside." I want women to know I play golf. I want them to know I know how to use my putter.