Q: What’s a RED, WHITE, & BLUE TOURNAMENT?

A: A partner event consisting of an “A” and a “B” player. All golfers tee off from the Middle Tees on their first hole. After that, the teeing ground used depends on the golfer’s score on the previous hole. Golfers who make a birdie tee off from the Back Tees, golfers who make a par tee off from the Middle Tees, and golfers who make a bogey or worse tee off from the…

July 6, 2015
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Let me get this straight. Robert Streb broke his putter on No. 9, played the final nine holes of The Greenbrier with a wedge, made five birdies, took the lead at one point, and eventually lost in a playoff?

July 5, 2015
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How Golf Is Changing the Rules for Millennials

July 5, 2015

Sometimes I wonder if now’s the best time to be getting into the golf industry. I’m always curious to read about what is being done to attract new players to the sport and to bring them out to the course. This article is a great example. It appeared online over the weekend at chicagobusiness.com. How Golf Is Changing the Rules for Millennials By Danny Ecker Here’s how desperate golf clubs have become: They’re…

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Tiger Woods just shot his lowest round of the year at The Greenbrier. Sadly, if he backs it up with another round in the 60s, that will be big news.

July 3, 2015
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Camelback Golf Club – Ambiente Course

July 1, 2015

Camelback Golf Club is 36-holes of awesome. It’s managed by Marriott Golf and affiliated with the J.W. Marriott Camelback Inn, the same property the Marriott family made its first resort back in 1967. Former Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and George H.W. Bush as well as actors Jimmy Stewart and Oprah Winfrey have stayed here. The Padre Course is your traditional parkland-style track that opened for play in 1966 but was redesigned…

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