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October 10, 2023
Congratulations to Amy Benz on her induction into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame!

Amy is one of nine inductees to be honored on October 11th, at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, located in Waco, Texas. The Southwest Conference Hall of Fame is one of four separate halls housed in the building.   Amy Benz, one of the top women’s golfers in SMU history, played at SMU from 1981 […]

March 3, 2020
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 […]

June 3, 2018
From The Jaws Of Defeat

At the onset of the third round of the U.S. Women’s Open, there were a handful of players in contention. By the end of the round, two players had separated themselves from the field and appeared destined for a tete-a-tete duel on Sunday. 22-year old Thai superstar Ariya Jutanugarn shot a 5-under par, 67 to […]

August 20, 2017
A Sensational Solheim

The 15th edition of the Solheim Cup was held this weekend at the Des Moines Golf and Country Club in Des Moines, Iowa and produced another spectacular show of golf in the biennial tete a tete between Europe and the United States. The European team was captained by Annika Sorenstam while the Americans were led […]

June 11, 2017
I’ll Be All Right

It was perhaps the single worst penalty ever imposed in the history of golf. Two months ago while leading the LPGA’s first Major Championship of the season in Sunday’s final round, Lexi Thompson was penalized four shots for something that she had inadvertently done 24 hours before. On the 17th hole of Saturday’s third round […]

July 11, 2016
Se Ri Pak – A Legacy

The last lengthening shadows that lingered around the 18th green at CordeValle Golf Club on Friday evening would usher a brilliant sunset and be the perfect stage for an icon’s farewell.  Se Ri Pak completed her second round of the U.S. Women’s Open at the CordeValle Golf Club and would not make the weekend cut, […]

June 13, 2016
A Major First for Brooke Henderson

The Women’s third Major Championship of the year, the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, was hosted by Sahalee Country Club, in Sammamish, Washington. Now in the second year of a unique pairing, the Women’s PGA Championship is being conducted in partnership with the PGA of America. This is the 62nd staging of the second oldest Major […]

June 5, 2016
2016 ShopRite Classic: Golf Youth Movement Make More Moves

The 2016 ShopRite Classic at our amazing New Jersey site, the Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club, culminated in another thrilling finish. Seaview has two magnificent courses, the Bay and the Pines. The Bay course is a Donald Ross signature design that is a supreme links layout and the venue for the ShopRite Classic presented […]

May 30, 2016
From The Ashes Of Failure

Rise the flames of success. One of the few commonalities of all successful people is that they have failed a great many more times than they have prevailed. Golf exemplifies that margin of victory and defeat more than any other sport in the world. In his 20 year prime from the age of 22 until […]

December 1, 2014
7 Reasons Bird Golf School is the Best in the World

Whether you’ve only just begun to try your hand at the game of golf or whether you’ve been playing for years, there is no doubt that the right golf school could help you to expand your skills and start impressing your peers on the course. If you’re looking to improve your game you shouldn’t trust […]

April 29, 2014
Sweet 17

Lydia Ko turned 17 over the weekend.  She also won her 3rd LPGA Tour event at the Swinging Skirts Classic event at Lake Merced GC, in San Francisco. This is actually her 7th professional win (the others were one each on the Ladies European Tour and the LPGA of Korea Tour and two on the […]

February 9, 2014
The New Woods

  The hottest player in the world with a last name of Woods is not one whose first name has stripes.  She does however stripe fairways and is becoming a very fine player. 23 year old Cheyenne Woods won her first significant professional title today at the Australian Ladies Masters at the Royal Pines Resort […]