Field Filling Out For Telus World Skins

March 27, 2008 0

Just received notice of this. As for the identity of the mysterious 5th player, word has it that it will be indeed Mike Weir, now free from conflict with the expiration of his Bell sponsorship […]

Dealing With Chips From a Downhill Slope

March 22, 2008 0

by Marc Peterson, CPGA Teaching Professional Chipping from a downhill slope can be a challenge for many golfers.  Unfortunately the tendency on these types of shots is to blade the ball because we swing up […]

Balance – More Important Than You Can Imagine

March 22, 2008 0

by Carol-Ann Campbell, LPGA Teaching Professional Like any other athletic move, the golf swing is best executed when done so with good balance.  I’ve often told my students that the only thing they will do […]

Marc Etienne Bussieres

March 10, 2008 0

In Full Flight It was pretty easy for anybody familiar to golf to see that Marc-Etienne Bussieres had a talent for the sport at an early age.  The first time I saw him winning a […]

Will You Get Adjusted?

March 10, 2008 0

  In March of 2005, the landscape of the golf equipment industry made a notable shift.  It was at that time that the United States Golf Association, one of the leading bodies that sets the […]

Golf Course Architect Ted Robinson Dies at 84

March 10, 2008 0

Another master from the prolific ere of golf architecture has been lost. Word came to me Friday night about the passing of Ted Robinson. I have enjoyed many Robinson courses through the years and even […]

Kanata Golf & Country Club

March 8, 2008 0

A Forty Year Evolution by Joe McLean In the west end of the city of Ottawa, an 18-hole championship golf course winds through the residential community of Kanata Lakes. Owned and operated by ClubLink The […]

A New Angle On The Road Trip

March 5, 2008 0

With golf travel not quite as robust as the industry might hope, you have to use every advantage that you can and the people at Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club in the South Carolina […]