Things change in golf. Rules (ask any USGA Rules official), course conditions, and weather to name a few. One constant in any players game is the score card. It hasn't changed much. It's still has 18 holes and gives the yardage of each hole from the different tees. There are a few items on the card you might not have noticed.
What else can is on a scorecard? Find out in this week's EWGA Forecaddie blog. [MORE]
This past weekend Golf fans experienced an emotional roller coaster. The Solheim Cup brought this to the forefront on Sunday morning at the 17th hole. Europe versus the United States.
Is this type of competition a pre-cursor to the 2016 Olympics? The crowd enthusiasm was no longer for a favorite player, but for their country. Chants of Go Team USA and Go Team Europe were everywhere. Catch up on Pam Swensen's first hand encounter with this anticipated re-match. [MORE]
Technology has advanced the game of golf. Do you use it, abuse it or never touch it.
Distance measuring devices are becoming the norm. Which one best fits you? Find out in today's EWGA Forecaddie blog.
How do you practice your putting stroke anywhere, anytime, anyplace? The new Puttskee may be the answer. It is portable and brings back memories of college Skeeball tournaments. Just add a Beer Pong chaser!
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Women golfer's have the dilemma each time they get on the golf course: Should they walk or drive a golf cart. Those that choose to walk benefit by achieving their 10,000 steps a day goal.
Did you know that pushing a golf cart for 18 holes is the cardio equal to running 4 miles? [MORE]
Women in golf have a greater opportunity because it’s not as competitive as it is for men. Just ask Sara Bush, head golf professional at The Country Club of Landfall, Wilmington, NC. "I haven’t had any challenges a man in my position wouldn’t have,” she said.
Getting more women into the game of golf is high on Bush's bucket list. “I think being a female in the golf industry is a tremendous opportunity to help introduce other females to the game.” [MORE]
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Imagine as a woman golfer having your own private non-driver on the golf course. Huh? Self-driving golf cars have transported over 500 passengers in Singapore.
Over 98% of the participants said they would ride again in a self-driving car. How would this work on the golf course? Time will tell. [MORE]
Women striving to get ahead in their careers have found the glass ceiling hard to overcome. Adding golf to your repertoire eliminates that barrier. Business connections thrive with the introduction of golf.
Golf has always been a game of relationships. Add to this the health aspect and being in the great outdoors, it's a win-win proposition. [MORE]
Everyone uses acronyms these days. From LPGA to EWGA, what do they stand for?
The Executive Women's Golf Association uses the acronym of EWGA. What about NGCOA, ASGCA, USGA...I think you get the drift. This week's EWGA Forecaddie gives you the key to unlock these mysteries.