Entries by Teesnap Developer

Controlling distance in between yardages

Solutions for when you’re between yardages You probably feel pretty good when you’re at the perfect yardage for the club in your hands. But what about those annoying yardages, like when a full 7-iron is going to be too much, and a full 8-iron might not get there? Or when you’re 45 yards from the […]

A 19th hole at Augusta???

Who Knew?? The original Augusta was intended to have a hole 19, giving losing golfers a chance to win their money back on a quick round of double-or-nothing. It was indefinitely tabled because the hole would ruin the flow of the golf course. Would you like the option of winning your money back? Golf is right […]

An unconventional swing embraced at Pebble Beach

Hosung Choi and his unconventional swing leave Pebble Beach after earning respect Hosung Choi’s weeklong parade around Monterey Peninsula finished in bitter rain Saturday at Pebble Beach, the conclusion accompanied by a missed cut in the Crosby Clambake known officially as the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Yet the 45-year-old from a small fishing village in […]

Quick tips for straighter hits

Straighten Your Tee Shots Quick tips for straighter hits GRIP CONTROLS FACE SLICE A weak grip leads to an open face. Unless you’re trying to hit one on purpose, this grip is a surefire way to help you slice the ball. A weak grip leaves less room for the hands to rotate, which for a chronic […]

Sunk it at St. Andrews

Who Knew?? A Putt Measured at 140 feet and 2 3/4 inches on the 18th at St. Andrews was sunk by Bob Cook in the International Fourball Pro Am Tournament on October 1, 1976 What was your longest putt? Golf is right around the corner!

Everyone will be watching Ho-Sung Choi this week at the AT&T

Ho-Sung Choi and his swing gyrations already have everyone’s attention at Pebble Beach this week PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – Ho-Sung Choi was so excited to talk to the media Tuesday afternoon at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am that he ran from the player hospitality tent to the media center, a lengthy jaunt, when he could […]

What is your longest drive?

Who Knew?? The record for the longest hole in one belongs to Lou Kretlow, who achieved a hole-in-one at a 427-yard course in 1961. Kretlow was originally a baseball player and enjoyed much success. He only became a professional golfer after hanging up his gloves. We can certainly think of worse ways to enjoy retirement. Tell us […]

Rose & Scott both joined the $50 million club on the same day

Justin Rose, Adam Scott hit $50M milestone together Justin Rose won at Torrey Pines. Adam Scott challenged him to the final hole. And thanks to that 1-2 finish at the Farmers Insurance Open, both surpassed $50 million in career earnings on the PGA Tour. It’s a feat achieved by only five other players. These days, […]

Practice your putting in the winter season for better golf!

8 Simple Indoor Golf Putting Drills to Practice Daily The following at home golf drills are beginner level to build basic fundamental putting stroke skills. You need just a few phone books and a coin or tee to set up these indoor putting practice drills. Also, you can practice these putting drills on carpet if […]