Golf Talk

World Amateur Handicap Championship-Day 5 (Final Day)

To say there has been an assortment of very different champions in the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship is an understatement. Over the years the championship trophy has been hoisted by a left-hander, a woman, two years in a row by a marvel in his early 70s who regularly shoots his age, high handicappers and low handicappers.

World Amateur Handicap Championship–Day 4

Making it to the finish line is often quite the accomplishment. In my case, after a month of back spasms, it was the ultimate goal. Not only did I cross the finish line, but I did it in style – posting the best round of the week. My 82 was the fifth-best number posted on the day and it moved me up to 22nd place in the flight … above the halfway point, protecting my history of mediocrity in the world’s largest golf tournament.

An Amazing Array of Technological Advances:
Tony’s Top Ten at the PGA Merchandise Show

Another year of exhaustive research; another strenuous week of testing everything new; another three days of pounding the miles of aisles at the world’s largest golf show … and ten new products have made one of the most coveted lists in the golf industry. Once again “Tony’s Top Ten” attempts to bring you in touch with items that caught our eye at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando … that stopped us in our tracks … that put us into “gotta have it” mode.

Tucson and Casino del Sol Resort
Provide a Different Kind of Golf Trip

When people think of taking a golf trip to Arizona their minds immediately track to the famous courses in Phoenix or Scottsdale. Those areas hold a special breed of familiarity with golfers from all over the country. No knock against either location. They have made their mark in traveling golf circles for decades. But, if you are looking for something a bit different … a bit more adventurous … a bit more tied to the rugged Old West, look slightly south to Tucson.