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Golf course navigation: Laser Rangefinder vs GPS

March 19, 2018

Well, for quite some time now there has been a debate about what technology one should use when on the golf course. Both of them are actually used for the same purpose only that they take different directions to arrive at the same result.With that being said, in this article, we are going to compare […]


Athletes Training – Maximize Your Performance and Prevent Injuries

December 9, 2017

Worse things will be the fact that most athletes do not need Injury Prevention and Functionality Enhancement Coaches that can help these types of young athletes prevent accidents through sound training rules and appropriate education. And the majority of coaches just do not have the ability, training or enough time to target every athlete’s developmental […]


Golf, Golf and More Golf

December 8, 2017

Whenever Kent Hudson, the general manager of the Glasgow Hills Resort & Golf Club, wants to catch his breath, he heads for the course’s 17th fairway. “This place can bring you back to reality when the heat is on and you need 20 minutes,” he says. From that vantage point on Prince Edward Island’s newest […]


GREAT GOLF AND SPA RESORTS: Properties that offer the best of both worlds

August 1, 2017

Studies show that physical and mental well-being directly correlate with job performance. Planners can make the most of that evidence by choosing to meet at top-notch golf resorts with luxurious spas. Here are a few exemplary facilities that assist groups in incorporating their leisure offerings into the agenda.


Chips & putts: don’t lose the schmooze

June 26, 2017

This year, coporate hospitality at professional golf events isn’t what it used to be. But that doesn’t mean the business is in the dumps, either. In fact, sales directors at various PGA Tour events say that in the past few years, they’ve had about 80-percent retention of companies that rent air-conditioned and catered tents to entertain clients. […]


Even normal folks can drive and putt: golf requires technique more than strength

March 26, 2017

Golf is one of the few sports that shorter, less muscular people can excel at, because the game requires more skill than strength. Marlene Stewart Streit is a good example. The five ft tall woman began golfing in 1952, and is still playing well in her sixties. Golf is one of the few remaining civilized games in which […]


Master The Impact Zone

December 26, 2016

The swing of the average PGA Tour player bottoms out four inches in front of the ball,. The average swing bottom of a high-handicapper is an inch or so behind the ball. Considering the difference, it’s no wonder there are so many golfers who can’t meet their scoring goats. I wouldn’t even want to play […]