Ian Poulter continued to torment American golf fans, Tiger has an energy drink in the works and more of the best from social this week.
A stop at Fort Jackson headlines the schedule. There the association will unveil the inaugural “Celebrating Service: Fort Jackson.”
In this week’s Social 7 we discuss Tiger Woods and his near-penalty at the Hero World Challenge, say farewell to a president and more.
In this week’s Social 7 we are talking Greg Norman’s big surprise, the reemergence of some of golf’s most beloved figures and more.
In this week’s edition of the Social 7, we break down the longest hole in golf, Reed’s latest burn, Chamblee’s latest obsession and more.
We look into Justin Thomas’s big weekend, Michelle Wie’s new kicks, the sport’s next great impersonator and more.
While Phil receives an overwhelming amount of support all around the world, the Lefty love-fest is at its peak when the Tour stops on Long Island.
Whether it’s for show, bragging rights or to leave a lasting impression on those around us—we all want to hit the long ball. For the players on the World Long Drive circuit, trying to hit a golf ball into another area code is a way to make a living.
For five summers of my life, Memorial Day weekend marked the unofficial start of the golf season. You see, I spent five summers working at Hampton Hills, a private country club located on the east end of Long Island, and that faithful weekend was when seasonal residents returned to their dream homes.
For “a show about nothing,” there was a lot of golf mixed in throughout the nine-season run. For that we can probably thank co-creator Larry David, a well-known golf-aholic, for continuing to put the game front and center.