It’s With Two L’s

The 102nd edition of golf’s oldest professional Major Championship would prove to be a historic four days of golf. The venue was at the TPC at Harding Park in San Francisco, (one of only a handful of public courses that have hosted a Major) and the field was comprised of 95 of the world’s top […]

Jon Veldman

We just received this incredible news from Jon Veldman, whom we have been privileged to see several times over the years. Most recently he did a school with his teacher, Tim Peightal, at our Hilton Head site and this is what he just did: “Thought you might enjoy the attached  (his scorecards).  I know I did!  […]

The Course That Jack Built

Jack’s Place-Part 2. In a historic first for the PGA Tour, this week’s Memorial presented by Nationwide tournament at Muirfield Village was the second event in a row being played on the same course. Fitting perhaps that the home of the game’s greatest player and arguably his finest course design would be the venue for […]

21 Today

Father Time was turned back this week at The Travelers’ Championship as 50-year old Peter Pan, aka Phil Mickelson took the 36-hole lead at 13-under par. The PGA Tour’s third event back since restarting two weeks ago in Texas was its most thrilling to date. As will be a standard part of each Tour event […]

They’re Back

The PGA Tour became the second major spectator sport (NASCAR has been racing for 2 weeks) in the US to return to the playing field this past Thursday after a hiatus of 90 days. The event was the Charles Schwab Challenge at venerable Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. The eerie quiet. Golf is […]

What Cricket And Golf Have In Common

There is a fascinating 8-part series on Amazon Prime called “The Test”. It is the story of the Australian National Cricket team, who in 2016 were the world’s best team. Their fall from grace was spectacular after being caught (on TV) cheating in a Match against South Africa. The team’s two best players, Captain Steve […]

How To Step Up My Golf Game

Over 25 million Americans play and enjoy golf. Though it may not be as popular a sport and leisure activity as it used to be a decade or two ago, golf is still widely enjoyed and accepted as a means for play or work. Because of this, a big question weighs heavily on the minds […]

Top Golf School locations in the U.S.

Golf is a sport and leisure activity enjoyed all over the country by thousands of people. It’s a great way to get outdoors and active, enjoy friends and family, see beautiful scenery, and improve on your skills. For some, they like to take it a step further and create goals and challenges to get better […]

A Legend In Her Time

Tune-in to the Golf Channel during the week of March 16 when they celebrate the legendary career of Mary Mills. Mary and fellow LPGA icon, Sally Little, are the two honorees at the 2020 LPGA Volvik Founders Cup, in Phoenix, AZ. The 4-day Tour event is from March 19-22 and will televised on the Golf […]

Golf Gloves – The Pros and Cons

The game of golf has many different accessories included in the sport. From various clubs, caddies, carts, fashion styles, and even golf shoes, golfers have a lot of aesthetic decisions to make. It’s not all for the appearance and style, though. Many of these accessories offer great benefit to a golfer. Other times, these gadgets […]

Tips and Tricks from a Golf Pro

We have a lot to learn from the top golfers in the country. Pro golf stars and expert instructors all have plenty of wisdom to offer the sport and it’s avid fans and participants, but is it possible to get access to the top tips and tricks you could stand to learn from? Top 5 […]

Top Golf School in the Midwest

Have you ever considered attending a golf school? If so, but you feel limited in your options due to your midwest location, you’re far from being out of luck! The top golf school in the midwest is hosted by yours truly, us at the Bird Golf Academy, and it’s simply one of the best choices […]