“Let the Big Dog Eat.” “Grip it and Rip It.” “Go Big Or Go Home.” Everyone wants to hit the ball farther, but distance is no more important than direction. To score better you have to drive the ball in the fairway. So this article is about how you can drive the ball straighter.
The PGA Merchandise Show 2017 kicks off January 24th going on till January 27th 2017 at Orlando, Florida. This is the leading event where PGA Professionals & Golf Industry Professionals gather to discover the latest trends in golf equipment & technology, apparel & accessories.
This festive holiday season, golfing at five-star rated golf courses situated in either urban landscapes or beach resorts of Thailand is easier than attempting to book a slot at golf courses in Indian metros. The Royal Thai Government has announced that visa fees will be waived for visitors.
Canadian Lisa “Longball” Vlooswyk makes a living obliterating golf balls. She is one of the longest women drivers on the planet and the first woman in history to hit a golf ball 350 yards in competition. Her ridiculously powerful golf swing, built from the ground up, embodies all the “power” traits that you might expect... plus a few “extras”.
Denmark won the US$ 8 million World Cup of Golf for the first time as Søren Kjeldsen and Thorbjørn Olesen claimed a thrilling four-shot victory at Kingston Heath Golf Club. The Danes totaled up -20. France, China and U.S.A. were tied 2nd for -16. India's S.S.P. Chawrasia and Chikkarangappa S. tied 22nd at -5.
Gaganjeet Bhullar of India won the US$ 300,000 event in Indonesia for the second time in his career after closing with a -16 total on Monday. Bhullar finished three shots clear of fellow-countryman Jeev Milkha Singh who tied 2nd at -13 with three others.
India’s S.S.P. Chawrasia lifted his first title abroad after prevailing at the second play-off hole against Nicholas Fung (MAS) and Sam Chien (USA) to win the US$ 1 million event on Sunday. Their regulation scores were -19. A trio of Indians Shubhankar Sharma, Chiragh Kumar and Jyoti Randhawa were tied 4th at -18.
Child golf prodigy Shubham Jaglan was felicitated by the Delhi Golf Club on Wednesday 14th Sept 2016, for his extraordinary feat of winning the US Kids Golf World Championship 2016. The last achievement was one of the 95 wins he has chalked up in 118 tournaments. Shubham still remains focused and determined to better himself at the game.