Miura Finding Unpaid Success

April 22, 2009 0
When they play, more often than not golf touring professionals are doing so with equipment they are paid to endorse. The payoff, of course, is cash for the player and for the manufacturer, the opportunity […]

FootJoy Unveils New PureTouch Glove

April 22, 2009 0
I just received this news earlier today but had no chance to post until now. These gloves have been getting some favorable testing on tour so it is nice to see them moving to retail, […]

Big Break Ahead – PEI Hits Primetime

April 20, 2009 0
The most storied show franchise for Golf Channel (almost called it “the” Golf Channel – old habits are hard to break) reloads again tonight and for the first time, it is set in Canada. It […]

Happy Accidents

April 16, 2009 0
A friend asked the other day what I like so much about golf. Sure I could have told him the standard answer – the challenge, the fresh air, the competition, etc. but really the unexpected […]

Go West Young Man…

April 15, 2009 0
The Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) will host a press conference this morning – and I am hoping for some sort of surprise. The subject is scheduled to be the announcement of the venue for […]

What Else? The Masters

April 10, 2009 0
I’m have to admit that I have been a little remiss in posting a lot of material this past week. Battling a dodgy set of lungs and yet another winter ailment I can’t say I […]

The Masters

April 2, 2009 0
I am among so many who absolutely love The Masters. The traditions, the stories, the golf course, the competition, and for us Canadians – the sign that golf season has finally arrived. You will see […]

Jazz Golf Gets New Life Under Goliath

March 31, 2009 0
A few years back Jazz Golf had become a staple of the Canadian Golf industry. Various factors had led to the downfall of the brand in recent times – much of it attributed to an […]

Club De Golf Heritage

March 30, 2009 0
Laurentian Foothill Playground When autumn arrives there is hardly a better place to be than in the mountains and foothills of Quebec.  That rings doubly true if you happen to be a golfer. Golf course […]

Kiawah Moments

March 25, 2009 0
As a golf journalist I get the question all the time: “What is your favorite course? What’s the hardest course you played? etc, etc… I have a hard time answering that question as these things […]

The Sand Save

March 22, 2009 0
by Paul Aitken, CPGA Professional PGA tour players will often say if they miss a green in regulation they would rather be in a greenside bunker than in the rough.  Their reasoning is that the […]
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