This last Sunday it was every man for himself as the Men’s Club had its monthly tournament and the format was Individual Stroke Play. It was a beautiful day for golf and the course was in perfect shape.
What if you could build the statistical golfer on the PGA Tour based on pure stats? What would he look like? In this weeks blog I’m going to build that golfer and we will be using five statistical categories. When choosing this golfer we cannot pick the same golfer twice. Lets see what the golfer looks like.
The rains seized just long enough for our second Men’s Club tournament of the year to be completed yesterday at Buena Vista Golf Course. The format was 2-man chapman and it defiantly tested every team that competed. In total 22 two-man teams competed for this months tournament and the results are.
In this week blog we will be talking about a few fun games you can play while practicing on and around the greens that will help you lower your scores.
Don't forget about Men's Club - Chapman, this Sunday, Feb 19th at Buena Vista Golf Course
What is something that is almost always paired with recreational golf? Alcohol!!! Yep that’s it, in this weeks blog I’ll be going over some drinks inspired and named after golfers, as well as my five favorite cocktails I’ve tried over the years and maybe your next time out golfing you’ll give a try.
When playing in the Men's club tournaments, you may encounter a variety of formats. Our next Men's club tournament is being hosted by Buena Vista Golf Course, Sunday February 19th, 2017, and the format is 2-Man Chapman. In this post you'll learn about the 2-Man Champan, what it is, where it came from, and an example of how it is played out.
Our first Men’s Club tournament of 2017 took place this last Sunday and with 28 teams competing, it was full of laughs and some good golf. Teams battled the cold weather all day and in the end, the tournament paid out 8 places (3 gross & 5 net) we also paid out skins and closest to the hole also.
Find out about the next Men's Club event.
In this weeks blog we will be giving you some rules knowledge with a common ruling you’re bound to face on the course.
What do you do when your ball comes to rest on a sprinkler head?
Well in the rules of golf under rule 24-2b a sprinkler head is considered an immovable obstruction, so you receive free relief from it.
Read more to learn see how you take relief.