Archive for July, 2014

J.Lindeberg – Autumn/Winter 14

Jul 31st


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J.Lindeberg bridges the gap between fashion and function perfectly and with the arrival of their latest Autumn/Winter 14 Collection, we take a look at this seasons must-have apparel.

J.Lindeberg excel in fashion design, tailored craftsmanship and technical sportswear, and no other brand combines these skills in this way. They constantly push the boundaries of golf fashion with the most advanced technological developments and the latest fashion designs and trends.

Autumn/Winter 2014 takes technical golf fashion to a completely new level developing the most advanced performance fabrics and executed them in a sophisticated fashion design. The result is a collection that captures timeless sophistication while advancing golf into new territories.

With the mission to give you the ultimate golf experience, whether you are a pro golfer or a discerning amateur, this collection will not only help you perform better, it will also make you look impeccable on and off course.  But wait, there’s more…

Brendon Todd’s long path to victory

Jul 30th

We look back at all the ups and downs of Brendon Todd’s career that eventually led him to the winner’s circle.

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Golf Architects/Designers: John Fought

Jul 29th

John Fought

John Fought III (born January 28, 1954) is an American golf course architect and professional golfer who has played on the PGA Tour, Nationwide Tour and Champions Tour.

Fought was born in Portland, Oregon. His grandmother started him playing golf at age 7.Fought attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where he was a distinguished member of the golf team for four years; he helped the Cougars win four titles at the Cougar Classic, four WAC Championships, and 29 tournament titles overall during his college career.

Also during that time, Fought was ranked number one by Golf Digest and won the 1977 U.S. Amateur.He played on the 1976 Eisenhower Trophy and 1977 Walker Cup teams. He turned professional in 1977 and joined the PGA Tour in 1978.

Fought played on the PGA Tour full-time from 1979–1985. He has a dozen top-10 finishes including two back-to-back wins in September 1979. He received the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year award in 1979. His best finish in a major was a solo 5th at the 1983 PGA Championship.  But wait, there´s more…

Villaitana Poniente » Blog Just Tee Times

Jul 27th

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Golfamily Album #11

Jul 26th

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Golf Cartoon #181

Jul 25th

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Golf Books #151 (The Ryder Cup: Golf’s Grandest Event – A Complete History)

Jul 24th

indexFeaturing coverage of all 39 Ryder Cups, The Ryder Cup: Golf’s Grandest Event – A Complete History contains essays by the game’s premier writers, including John Feinstein; Pulitzer Prize–winner Dave Anderson of the New York Times; Jim McCabe of Golfweek magazine; and John Hopkins, golf correspondent from the (London) Times.

The most definitive, accurate, and up-to-date book on the Ryder Cup includes year-by-year recaps with original reporting by Bernard Darwin, Grantland Rice, and Herbert Warren Wind. In addition, a photo essay on the 2014 Cup Legendary Golf Clubhouses of the United States and Great Britain and a four-foot gatefold spread of a caricature illustration of the all-time Ryder Cup teams are included.

Publication date: November 7, 2014 (source)

About the Author

Martin Davis is the editor and publisher of the publishing company the American Golfer, best known for lavishly produced coffee-table books on the greats of the game, including Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Byron Nelson, and Jack Nicklaus. He is a member of the Golf Collector’s Society of America, provides historical commentary for the Golf Channel, and occasionally contributes to the New York Times. He lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Jim Furyk: Inside Look at a Storied Career

Jul 23rd

From golf’s ups and downs, to unbreakable family bonds, we take a look at Furyk’s career through his eyes.

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Golf Architects/Designers: Allan Robertson

Jul 22nd

Allan Robertson

Allan Robertson (11 September 1815 – 1 September 1859) was a golfer, considered one of the first professional golfers. He was born in St Andrews, Scotland, the “home of golf”.

In the mid-19th century golf was played mainly by well-off gentlemen, as hand-crafted clubs and balls were expensive. Professionals made a living from playing for bets, caddying, ball and club making, and instruction. Robertson was the most famous of these pros. Tradition has it that Robertson himself was never beaten as an individual when playing for money.

He sometimes played at less than his ability in order to minimize the odds he had to give to opponents. Robertson is generally regarded as being the best golfer from 1843 onwards, even after the arrival of the Park and Morris families. Robertson defeated Willie Dunn Sr. of Musselburgh, who was generally recognized as the top player, in a grand challenge match in 1843; the two played 20 rounds over 10 days, with Robertson coming out on top.Indeed, Robertson was the first to score below 80 on the Old Course at St Andrews, which he did the year before his death, playing a guttie ball.

Robertson was considered the premier ball and club maker of the time, and exported his merchandise all over the world. It was a lucrative trade with an ever-increasing market. The business was originally set up by his grandfather, who passed it down to his son before Robertson himself finally inherited it. Today a Robertson ball carrying his stamp Allan is highly prized by collectors.  But wait, there’s more…

Modry Las Golf Club, Poland

Jul 21st

Modry Las is a naturally beautiful golf course in north-western Poland, an area known for its rolling countryside, pristine lakes and virgin forests. The 18-hole championship course is the first to be designed by Gary Player in Central Europe and opened in 2008 as a private golf course that is open to the public. The course is characterized by distinct and dramatic bunkering and has already hosted its first tournament on the Polish PGA Tour.

This Par-72 (7272-yds) championship course, ranked in the Top 100 European Golf Courses, spreads across 130 hectares (321 acres) of untarnished countryside it combines nature’s best: gently rolling hills, fields of wild- flowers and a birch and pine forest, all overlooking two peaceful, spring fed lakes. It features over 200 fairway-side single home lots, a clubhouse, a driving range and a practice area. But wait, there’s more…