Category: Golf Articles

Additional Information on Women’s Golf Scholarships

In the last blog I talked about NCAA Division I and II golf scholarships. The competition can be fierce at some of the top programs. However, many women will also have an opportunity at some of the Division III, NJCAA and NAIA programs. NCAA Division III programs are not permitted to offer athletic scholarships. Division …

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Women’s Golf Scholarships

Many women are taking up the game of golf for business and social reasons.  It can be argued that women who play golf will potentially have more opportunity in the business world.  They will no longer be left out of important business transactions that occur on the golf course.  In addition to the business world, …

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No easy road for LPGA rookies

Midway through the season 22-year-old Azahara Munoz of Spain and Arizona State University is the LPGA Tour’s top rookie. Rookie of the Year Race 1. Azahara Munoz (Spain, 22) – 9 events, 9 cuts made, 2 top-10s, 24th on money list ($216,968)2. Amanda Blumenherst (USA, 23) – 11 events, 10 cuts made, 2 top-10s, 49th …

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Matthew Keller, PGA Golf Professional

My name is Matthew Keller, I am the Head PGA Golf Professional at Seaford Golf and Country Club, located in Seaford, DE.  I have been a Golf Professional for over 10 years.  I am originally from Lansdale, PA located just outside of Philadelphia.  I started playing golf at the age of 12, and was instantly …

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Golf Books

Golf Books Provide Instruction And Entertainment In The Off-Season Just because you’ve hung up your clubs for the season doesn’t mean you can’t think about golf until the spring thaw. Winter is the perfect time to sharpen your mind (and maybe your game) with a few golf books. Golf books can appeal to golfers of …

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The Integrity of the Game: Only in Golf

I love the game of golf as much as anyone. There were times in my youth when I literally played golf instead of eating or resting. With the passing of several decades, my lower energy level has kept me from pursuing the game as often as I once did. But I enjoy the time I …

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Get a Grip on Christmas

There are many, many choices when it comes to Christmas gifts for the golfer, ranging from the smallest accessory to the complete set of clubs. One of the recommended gifts is a package deal that includes tees, ball markers, a glove or two, towel, umbrellas etc. All golfers will be pleasantly surprised when they open …

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Save Your Money for Greens Fees, Part 2

We have talked about saving some money on transportation so that there is more available for paying the greens fees at top golf destinations. It’s true that driving to the destination costs a bit more in time but this method can be less expensive than paying for airline tickets. The great benefit of air travel, …

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Golf: It’s An Art

Just a day or two ago I came to one of those times in life when I had to make a major decision. No, it wasn’t a family issue or a work-related crossroads. It wasn’t even one of those days when you decide it’s time to get healthy or lose weight or…whatever. No, the major …

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Golfer’s Christmas: Don’t Make A Choice!!

When the time comes to select the perfect Golf Holiday gift for a golf fanatic, the choices are nearly endless. New golf clubs are a wonderful idea, of course. It’s also a good idea to help the avid golfer move up to a roomier golf bag, or to get that player into a new pair …

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