golf club treasures

Club houses around the country have their histories and special features, often display rooms and cases of artifacts, but sometimes more physical features, too. In a recent edition of The Met Golfer, writer Dave Donelson took a tour of some of the courses in The Met Area, centered by the great cities of New York and nearby, and described some […]

dustin johnson tour player of the year

He’s had quite a year and it may not be over if Dustin Johnson can come up with a recipe for taming Winged Foot’s historically tough West Course. The golfer was named the PGA Tour Player of the year. Scottie Scheffler was named Rookie of the Year. Click here to see a post on this story on by writer […]

winning at winged foot

For most of us, winning at this remarkable and historic course begins with being invited to play it. Once that grand feat is achieved, the opportunity to experience one of the country’s most challenging courses lays out before you. And, of course, you will be guided every step of the way by your host, we presume. For the gents challenging […]

ball markers mark the golfer, too

Golf writer Jason Scott Deegan has posted a good read on about the ball marker and how it can reveal a little something about the golfer’s personality. It’s a good story and worth your clicking over to the GolfAdvisor site to read. I mean, most of use these things, some of us going for the hefty and gaudy markers […]

usga plans new pinehurst facility

Announced today (Sept. 9, 2020), the USGA plans to establish “Golf House Pinehurst” in North Carolina, consisting of a new equipment-testing facility, innovation hub and visitor center. The campus at Golf House Pinehurst is scheduled to open in late 2023 and will feature the USGA’s Equipment Standards Test Center, a laboratory dedicated to testing golf balls and clubs for conformance […]