Archive for May, 2017

Estepona Golf – Summer 2017

May 30th

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“Estepona Golf lies on a peaceful undulating Spanish countryside boasting stunning sea views from many areas of the course providing a fair test which is highly enjoyable for players of all standards. Boasting stunning sea views from many areas of the course, Estepona provides a fair test of golf, enjoyed by players of all standards.”

TPC Scottsdale Golf Course, Scottsdale

May 29th

Rivaling its famous sister course in both beauty and playability, the Randy Heckenkemper-designed Champions Course offers an ideal desert golf experience. Built on the former site of TPC Scottsdale’s Desert Course, the layout was completely revamped in 2007 to flow seamlessly within the naturally rugged terrain, meandering between natural ravines and through picturesque foothills. But wait, there’s more…

Oceanico Millennium

May 28th


Golf Cartoon #299

May 26th

Dressing Tommy Fleetwood The TRENDYGOLF Way

May 25th

(Shared from Trendy Golf Magazine)

Tommy Fleetwood has already blazed a trail on the European Tour this season. So here at TRENDYGOLF, we thought he deserved some extra attention at Wentworth.

We’ve teamed up with the in-form Fleetwood and our colleagues at Nike to ensure he stays ahead of his style rivals – and his fellow competitors at the BMW PGA Championship. And that will see him wearing Nike’s joggers throughout the European Tour flagship event. But wait, there’s more…

Shots of the Week | AT&T Byron Nelson

May 24th

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Check out the top 5 shots from the AT&T Byron Nelson and Regions Tradition, featuring James Hahn, Jason Day, Kirk Triplett and Billy Horschel.

Golf Books #276 (The Golfing Brain: Fast-Brain Golf)

May 23rd

Golfers’ most essential tool is also their least understood tool: the brain.

Golfers are of course aware that they use their brain to swing a club, plot strategy, and estimate outcomes. But most golfers know very little about how distinct brain functions promote or inhibit a satisfying round of golf. They’re unaware that they can consciously shift modes to their benefit. They operate under the false assumption that the physical and mental aspects of golf are separate elements of the game.

Without an adequate understanding of the interplay of the brain and the rest of the body, golfers can spend thousands of hours on the practice tee and still have disappointing rounds. They can buy the latest high-tech equipment and take decades of lessons, and still find themselves grinding away, hole after hole.

Golf—even competitive golf—should be a pleasant experience. It should elicit our best selves, not our worst selves. This is the guiding principle of Fast-Brain Golf. The book’s author, James H. Grubbs, is a practicing psychiatrist, competitive golfer, and golfing-brain instructor. His interest in psychology and neuroscience, and his years of golf experience, inform this practical and innovative guide to better golf.

Fast-Brain Golf does not purport to reveal “secrets” of good golf—because, as the author insists, there are no golf “secrets.” There is only adequate understanding of brain functions as they apply to golf, ongoing stroke practice, and the willingness to enjoy every round, regardless of what’s at stake.


Falcon’s Fire Golf Club, Orlando

May 22nd

Falcon’s Fire Golf Club is recognized both regionally and nationally as one of the finest public golf courses in Orlando. A Rees Jones designed championship golf course and spacious clubhouse offer guests a spectacular venue for any occasion. But wait, there’s more…

West Cliffs Golf Links

May 21st


Golfamily Album #119

May 20th

Pacific Palisades, CA – February 18: K.J. Choi tees off on the 12th Hole during Round 3 of the Genesis Open at the Riviera Country Club Golf Course on February 18, 2017 in Pacific Palisades, CA. (Photo by Paul Mounce/Getty Images)