Back in the 1960s, an Ohio kid checked in on the construction of what would become the highest-ranked course in the state. The design was The Golf Club, and the kid was Jack Nicklaus—a curious observer to the work being done by Pete Dye. Nicklaus, who by 1966 was a Grand Slam winner, would sign
Golf season is in full swing and summer is (almost) officially here. As you bring out your warm-weather clothes and finally venture out of the house without a jacket, you’re probably realizing you need an apparel refresh, stat. It might be hard, but take a look at your closet and toss any stained, faded, torn
If you want to get better at golf, working on your fitness can help. Added strength, stamina and flexibility can help make you more stable, increase your swing speed, and help you still feel fresh at the end of a long round. We work with trainers who can give you plenty of workouts to help
PXG unveiled the Operator putter on Thursday, its most extreme, adjustable and option-filled choice in its milled insert collection of putters. It makes the company’s boldest statement yet in the putter category that high moment of inertia can be a major benefit for some players. The Operator features an oversized mallet design with a milled
The partnership of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, the men behind new Byron Nelson home Trinity Forest, has been one golf’s most respected architectural teams for quite some time. And it all started back in the late 1980s, when the pair visited a site for a course that was never built. This came soon after
It’s no secret Bob Parsons, PXG’s founder and CEO, holds a deep affinity for those having served in the military. That certainly makes sense given the time Parsons spent in Vietnam as a member of the United States Marine Corps. Now Parsons is look for yet another way to give back to those who serve.
Have a few hours to spare on your next trip to Dallas? Then here are some great suggestions for you. With a blend of traditional and imaginative layouts, there’s a lot to appreciate about golf in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, whether you want to experience the pot bunkers on a replica of St. Andrews’ infamous