Archive for April, 2010

Puma Cell Fusion Golf Shoe

Apr 30th
2010

The newer Puma’s Cell Fusion shoes are high performance waterproof leather golf shoes.  They are fitted with Smart Quill spikes that are removable and “configurable”. The quills can be locked into varying positions to provide extra solid traction from the most crucial angles.

These Puma golf shoes, are light and comfortable, this is achieved through Puma “iCell” technology, their cells provide cushioning and padding without sacrificing traction or performance. Puma states that golfers will have superior traction on the course with this newer Cell Fusions shoes however they also say that you might need a little time to get used to the shoes performance as they have no slippage and your balance will adjust to this new feeling. Once you get used to the extra traction, your iron shots may become very solid and distance can be improved.

Tatto Golf Wear

Apr 29th
2010

Is your golf wardrobe up to par? Say goodbye to the old school golf apparel of yesteryear and hello to the hot line of golf wear from Tattoo Golf featuring tattoo inspired designs on everything from shirts and hats to golf balls and bags, and even more urban golf gear for your golf bag!!

Tattoo Golf clothing has recognized there was a shortage of golf apparel that actually reflects the style, fashion sense, and attitude of today’s generation golfers tired of the one-dimensional look found in every pro shop and Tattoo Golf Art Department took a step further presenting a tattoo inspired and alternative golf fashion for men, women and children. Their slogan is “Old Game, New Attitude” and it shows how much they love the game, some people may call it shocking fashion some may call it evolution. We just add: Would you wear?

Back to School

Apr 28th
2010

The European Tour Qualifying School will this year incorporate five new venues in Austria, England, France and Spain, including The London Golf Club, a member of the Tour’s Properties Portfolio where The European Open was played in 2008 and 2009.

The International Course, an inland links-style layout in Kent, England, is joined on the Schedule by another English course, Wychwood Park in Crewe, as well as fellow newcomers Barbaroux Golf Club in Brignoles, France, Ebreichsdorf Golf Club in Vienna, Austria, and El Valle Golf Resort Polaris World in Murcia, Spain. But wait, there’s more

Drive like the pros…

Apr 27th
2010


Can you imagine being 20 years old and driving a Lamborghini?

Unbelievable! You know you have far too much money when your most important decision is what sports car you want to drive in a country with few real roads to accommodate it. Golf truly is an elitist , dare I say it, sport!!! Paying grown men and women millions of dollars for hitting a little ball in a huge field. We truly deserve the misery that we get for supporting professional sports the way we do!!!

But if I have his money and talent, I probably do the same.

Golf Related Tattos – Part 1

Apr 26th
2010

Are you thinking about getting a golf related tattoo? Are you  saving a spot on the shoulder for a tatoo to celebrate your first hole-in-one? Remember some clubs will not let you play if the tatoo is visible so choose the position carefully. Take a look on some golf related tattoos bellow:

Sadlowski fever: Long Drivers of America

Apr 25th
2010

The Dude ’s been spending an inordinate amount of time watching golf on TV lately, unlike some people who have been absorbed by curling and the halfpipe.

Every time Golf Channel or one of the networks pulls away from the live action at Riviera or Pebble Beach or the Accenture world match-play event, The Dude grabs the remote control to do some channel surfing for 150 seconds or so...Source

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PGA Players in the cartoon world – 4

Apr 24th
2010

Take a look at some current PGA players and who they would be in the cartoon world. Enjoy and feel free to send us your suggestions and they will be published, just for the fun!

David Toms and Elmer Fudd

Vijay Singh and Hadji from Johnny Quest

Rory Sabbatini and Speed Racer

Golf Related Movies

Apr 23rd
2010

The idea that someone is so overwhelmed by an individual film that it changes their lives and turns them into an actor, film director, football player or any other career may not seem so impossible as you may think! Everyone truly love’s the cinema, it always had been one of the biggest sources of inspiration for so many people to start a career, how many celebrities mentioned that they were inspired by a movie?

We believe that golf is not an exception, so if you are looking for some inspiration try some, if not all, of the golf inspired movies listed below:

Three Little Beers (1935), Pat and Mike (1952), Follow the Sun (1951),  (1952), The Caddy 1953, Caddyshack (1980), Dead Solid Perfect (1988), Caddyshack II (1988), Happy Gilmore (1996), Tin Cup (1996), Miracle on the 17th Green (1999), The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000), A Gentleman’s Game (2002), Bobby Jones, Stroke of Genius (2004), The Greatest Game Ever Played (2005), Who’s Your Caddy? (2007).



Parkland or Links Golf Courses – Which is Best?

Apr 22nd
2010

Many people believe that the word ‘links’ refers to the way the end of one golf hole defines the beginning of the next – rather like the links of a chain.
This is not so but it actually comes from the Old English word ‘hlinc’ meaning a stretch of flat ground along the seashore. And that is exactly what it is like.
Sea on one side, land on the other (often the houses on the edge of the town form the boundary). It is a naturally occurring terrain usually on a well drained sandy soil.

The parkland course on the other hand is ‘purpose built’ and is often much more hilly and varied in terrain than the links course. Also, the presence of trees offers a different kind of hazard from those found on a links. Each course has its own type of problems and challenges but the links course probably calls for rather more ‘invention’ or ‘adaptation’ in the way the shots are played.…source.

Goodbye to Golf at 28

Apr 21st
2010

Lorena Ochoa began every news conference with the sweetest “Hello” in golf. Now, at a mere 28 years old, she’ll say goodbye to a tour that she dominated for several years. While the timing of Ochoa’s impending retirement came as a shock, the fact that she’s walking away so early in her career was expected.

Ochoa long has made it clear she would not mix family and golf. She married AeroMexico CEO Andres Conesa in December and began a new chapter in life. Most assumed Ochoa would play until 2012, when she’d qualify for the LPGA Hall of Fame after 10 seasons, but accolades have never meant more to Ochoa than family.

“Well, I think life is too short, and I always say that I want to play golf and be there 100 percent and be very competitive, and my goal is to stay in that No. 1 position as long as I play,” Ochoa said at the Kraft Nabisco Championship. “And then just different stage for my life (when starting a family) I want to be home. I want to be with my husband. I want to every day do things and be at one place, not traveling with a suitcase. I have that very clear.”

Ochoa’s thoughts won’t be known until her Friday news conference in Mexico City, but good friend Sophia Sheridan said the word in Ochoa’s camp is that she simply wasn’t enjoying the game anymore. That was obvious in Ochoa’s actions. The world No. 1’s on-course tantrums were becoming routine. But wait, there’s more