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"The Sports Industry’s Gen Z Problem" And Golf
Move over M’s! The Z’s are here and if the last decade’s millennial pandering is any indication, Generation Z is the sports industry’s new focus. At least, given the numbers presented by The Morning Consult’s Alex Silverman showing less Gen Z enthusiasm for sports than millennials. Simply put, those born from 1996 and on do not appear to be serious
A Strict No Tipping Policy!
We’ve all been there - a constant battle between fats and thins, blocks and sweeping hooks! This malady is something I experience all too often on my lesson tee and I have an idea that I know will help many of you. Once you work your way through this article your approach to ball striking, your concept of how it should work, will never be the same
Thomas Pieters: What’s In The Bag?
Four-time European Tour winner Thomas Pieters has also recorded top 10 finishes at the Masters and the PGA Championship. Let’s take a nose in his golf bag to see what equipment he is using this season. The 6′ 4” Belgian is looking to regain the form that won him a place on the 2016 Ryder Cup team at Hazeltine where he collected four points from fiv
What happens when you get golf ball experts from competing manufactures in the same room? Plenty of spirited conversation. Dean Snell (Snell Golf), Adam Rehberg (Bridgestone), and Alan Hocknell (Callaway) sat down (virtually) with MyGolfSpy staff to discuss a variety of pertinent golf ball topics. Titleist is the undisputed industry leader. But, it
2020 Top Flite Gamer – Key Takeaways DICK’s returns the Top Flite Gamer returns to its roots as “the original multi-layer distance ball”Measured compression is similar to Titleist Velocity and Tour SpeedAt $22.99/dozen it cost significantly less than other “premium ionomer” golf balls With the 2020 Top Flite Gamer on shelves at DICK’S Sporting Good
I’ll leave it up your judgement to decide how you feel about Bryson DeChambeau’s process to outsmart the Winged Foot rough, as outlined by Jonathan Wall at Golf.com. But you have to admire the dedication of both DeChambeau to give himself added confidence, and of the Bridgestone R&D to spend the last Friday night before Labor Day on a Zoom call tal
The Scotsman’s Moira Kerr had the backstory on the Australian millionaire Greg Coffey buying the Ardfin Estate ten years ago on the remote Hebridean Island famous as George Orwell’s happy place to write 1984. And now the £50m renovating later, the Jura House and farm buildings is an upscale “accommodation” with another £20m spent on Bob Harrison’s
Jim Walsh in the Cherry Hill Courier-Post paints quite the bizarre picture of a ballot initiative facing the eleven constituents of the borough of Pine Valley. Yes, that Pine Valley. The club’s George Crump and H.S. Colt course is typically ranked first in most rankings of top American courses despite losing some aesthetic and architectural edge in
Dustin Johnson leads the top five players in the world who have committed to play the CJ Cup at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas, the start of a two-week stretch of relocated Asia events that includes Tiger Woods returning to California.Original link
Titleist’s CNCPT irons are $500 a pop, Personal Launch Monitors are good but not great, and Bryson reignites the distance debate all on today’s episode of No Putts Given. 1:11 – Titleist holds nothing back, including the price tag on their new CNCPT irons.7:12 – Our Most Wanted buyer’s guide for Personal Launch Monitors is out today15:38 – Bryson
2020 PERSONAL LAUNCH MONITOR BUYER’S GUIDE Launch monitors have become ubiquitous with the pros. At every PGA TOUR event, you see a variety of launch monitors on the range. Foresight, TrackMan, and FlightScope are the leaders. Bryson DeChambeau, the 2020 U.S. Open champion, uses launch monitors from two brands to dial in his game. Given that many
NGF Head On Golf's Newfound Popularity: "Nothing about the past few months seems structurally different for golf"
In Joe Beditz’s National Golf Foundation analysis of August’s 20.6% year-over-year increase, this was interesting: But nothing about the past few months seems structurally different for golf, whether with the product itself, the service that supports it, or the overall user experience … unless you count extended tee time intervals, which for a time
The 2020 Ryder Cup That Wasn't: COVID-19 Hotspot, Week After U.S. Open Makes The Postponement Look Wise
It would have been a somber, fan or partially fan-free Ryder Cup last weekend played under ideal weather conditions. But with Wisconsin reporting 2000 new cases four days in a row and a huge positivity rate as well, combined with the lack of fan access, and it looks like the 2020-In-2021 Ryder Cup looks like a wise postponement to 2021. While I sti
The Deseret News’ Mike Sorenson reports that PGA Tour winner Tony Finau and his team have been sued by Molonai Hola for more than $16 million. The story says he’s known the Finau family since 1997 and as part of his Icon Sports, “began financing expenses for Tony and his younger brother Gipper”, the suit says. Also named in the lawsuit are Finau’s
"Since 2000, Mr. Trump has reported losses of $315. 6 million at the golf courses that are his prized possessions."
The New York Times’ Russ Buettner, Susanne Craig and Mike McIntire report on two decades of President Donald Trump’s income tax returns showing he’s paid no income taxes in 10 of the last 15 years. Trump’s investment in golf plays a central role in revealing “struggling properties, vast write-offs, an audit battle and hundreds of millions in debt c
Great stuff from the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open today—if you look past he lack of distancing and facial covering apparently just off the 14th hole at Galgorm Resort and Spa. Aaron Rai leads heading into the final round. But the scenes just off the course got most of the broadcasters and social media attention Saturday, and why not: Farming can wait