Golfamily Album #126

Aug 12th
2017

Golf legend Walter Hagen

Golf Cartoon #308

Aug 11th
2017

The Bettinardi Inovai 3.0

Aug 10th
2017

The softest mallet putter ever?  (Shared from GolfPunk)

I once spent 45 minutes having a putting competition with Bob Bettinardi on the practice green at Wentworth. He schooled me. The man can putt. More importantly he understands putters, and how to make everyone a better putter. That day he was showing me his mallet putters, which he doesn’t get as much credit for. But if you go back as far as 2003 Jim Furyk won the US Open using one of his unusual designs.

I’d argue that Bettinardi has been milling the finest putters for a very long time. His putters are 100% milled at his own facility in Chicago. There’s no outsourcing to China. Every putter is 100% made in the USA. The level of detail that his putter can reach is insane and some of the tour putters are just incredible looking.  But wait, there’s more…

Top 5 Shots of the Week | WGC-Bridgestone Invitational

Aug 9th
2017

Check out the top 5 shots of the week from the 2017 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Barracuda Championship and Elli Mae Classic, featuring Stephen Curry, Jordan Spieth, Hideki Matsuyama, J.J. Spaun and David Hearn.

Arcadia Bluffs Golf Club, Michigan

Aug 7th
2017

Built on 240 acres that was a mix of apple and cherry orchards, and densely wooded sections, construction of Arcadia Bluffs began in 1997 and was completed in 1999, with the clubhouse opening July 4th and the golf course to limited play on Labor Day. But wait, there’s more…

Pine Cliffs, Portugal

Aug 6th
2017

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Golfamily Album #125

Aug 5th
2017

The first Augusta National Invitation Tournament

Golf Cartoon #307

Aug 4th
2017

Shots of the Week | RBC Candaian Open

Aug 2nd
2017

Check out the top 5 shots of the week from the 2017 RBC Canadian Open, featuring Charley Hoffman, Gary Woodland, Jhonattan Vegas, Matt Every, and Andres Gonzales.

Erin Hills, Ireland

Jul 31st
2017

Long before golf was played at Erin Hills, the 652 acres of pristine land was host to icy fingers and streams from the last glacier to cover south central Wisconsin. But wait, there’s more…