• Why the Scottsdale National is golf nirvana

    In 2013, GoDaddy founder Bob Parsons purchased a down-on-its-luck country club in Scottsdale, Arizona and set about giving it a US$300 million make-over which has transformed the tired grounds into a golf paradise with two courses, a second clubhouse and luxurious overnight accommodations. Then ...

    POSTED 30 Jan, 2019 2 Comments

  • Which airlines are best for golfers? Golf club baggage rules compared

    Whether you’re dashing across the country for business or networking with clients, a round of golf will never go astray – especially if you’re lucky enough to sample some of the excellent golf courses around the world. In times gone by, golf sets and other pieces of sporting eq...

    POSTED 21 Dec, 2018 6 Comments

  • Plan ahead and make some time for golf on your next overseas trip

    A round or two of golf is a great add-on to any business trip. It makes just as much sense on any holiday of course, but many business travellers make a point of heading for the greens. You can sample some very different golf courses overseas, including ones with spectacular scenery, challenging...

    POSTED 13 Dec, 2018 0 Comments

  • Why summer holidays are a great chance to improve your golfing game

    The annual Christmas / New Year holidays are just around the corner, and with them a bit of welcome time to relax and perhaps catch up on some golf. The weather is warm, the days are long and the greens beckon. But this is also a chance to take some time to hone your game and make some noticeabl...

    POSTED 27 Nov, 2018 0 Comments

  • Ping's adjustable Sigma 2 putters will help you nail that hole

    In a time where custom fitting of golf clubs is becoming the norm – where players of all abilities are looking to have their club flexes, shaft weights and spin rates tweaked – there's one particular club that is very often over-looked. Yet this club is probably the most important wh...

    POSTED 15 Nov, 2018 0 Comments

  • Loving the land: discovering six great minimalist golf courses

    Itching to leave behind those oh-so-the-same suburban greens and get back to nature? You'll love spending some time on these rustic North American golf courses. Sand Hills Golf Club (Mullen, Nebraska; opened in 1995) This is the course that started the renaissance in minimalist design. I...

    POSTED 1 Nov, 2018 1 Comment

  • Hot irons: up close with Mizuno's new JPX919 range

    Mizuno's newly-released JPX919 irons have a tough act to follow – the previous-generation JPX900 series were hugely successful, with the Tour model finding its way into the bags of some top players who were not contractually obliged to use them. Many of these players swung the JPX900 Tour&...

    POSTED 29 Oct, 2018 0 Comments

  • For golfers, Queenstown is a slice of heaven amidst rolling greens

    Whether you are after a pristine resort style course, a rugged yet elegant layout or immaculate amenities and surroundings, Queenstown New Zealand has golfing options for everyone. Queenstown is rapidly becoming a year-round international golf destination where it’s easy to find the perfec...

    POSTED 18 Oct, 2018 4 Comments

  • Golf training aids to help you get into the swing and lower your score

    Golf is one of the most technically challenging sports out there – and for most players, it's all about constant improvement. The fun and the challenge of this beautiful game is that you can always become better, although you don’t have to play five days a week to make those big impr...

    POSTED 27 Sep, 2018 1 Comment

  • Review: Titleist TS2 driver gives more height, more range, less spin

    Everything you need to know about the Titleist TS2 and TS3 drivers is in the name. TS standing for "Titleist Speed", and they've been designed to out-fly the already impressive 917 D2 and D3 drivers. After a round with the new Titleist TS2, it stand out as a fast yet forgiving driver which mak...

    POSTED 13 Sep, 2018 2 Comments

  • Want to play a better golf game? Try throwing away your scorecard...

    Think about the first time you picked up a golf club and what you felt when that ball left the ground. All that frustration of the first few attempts flew out the window, and you thought "I’ve got this!" What were your aspirations after that first practice session, golf lesson or bash at ...

    POSTED 28 Aug, 2018 1 Comment

  • Review: Ping i210 and Ping i500 irons will help you go the distance

    Ping has upgraded its popular i200 iron and added a new i500 iron to the line up, and they're both exciting and amazing-looking clubs from the American manufacturer. The Ping i210 puts its focus on feel and precision while the Ping i500 is a players’ distance iron, and they slot in between...

    POSTED 16 Aug, 2018 0 Comments

  • How to find the club that's right for you

    Anybody who cares about how they look has probably invested the time and money to have a suit tailor-made. It feels good, it looks good, and as a result you’ll probably wear it more often than an off-the-rack suit. So why treat your golf any differently? I'm not suggesting having your club...

    POSTED 31 Jul, 2018 2 Comments

  • Three simple ways to sharpen your game

    How do you become a better golfer? As a golf coach, I hear many reasons why students feel now is the right time to get a lesson. There’s the lifelong golfer who has survived without a single coaching session, but just can’t kick a bad habit. Or the spontaneous student who recalls the...

    POSTED 18 Jul, 2018 4 Comments

  • How to beat those winter golfing blues

    Australia's winter months can be a very tough time for both golfers and golf coaches. For golfer, their bodies become inflexible and cold hands struggle to hold on to the club for dear life! It's tough as well as frustrating for coaches as they watch their students struggling to get their "golfi...

    POSTED 10 Jul, 2018 3 Comments

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