The articles from #GolfChat this month feature how women are portrayed to sell the game of golf; specifically, Women’s Objectification in Golf Media. I posted mine yesterday titled: #GolfChat – Caddies to Consumerism.
The following articles are diverse as they are interesting. The opinions expressed by the authors are theirs; agree or disagree, the choice is yours. Regardless, I hope you enjoy the read.
For years, the perception was that the LPGA struggled to remain viable. They never seemed to generate the same viewership of the PGA, European, or Champions Tours. Some pundits suggested that the women’s game was not on par with the men because there was no real flash, no power, or that it just not that exciting. Of course this perception is bogus; if you have ever watched the LPGA Tour, you would certainly agree that these ladies have game! Continue reading
Recently, Craig, and old golfing friend ask me how to manage a round of golf when we are not playing well. This is a great question; on that many amateurs contend with on a routine basis. Thanks Craig, I am grateful for your ask. Continue reading
The yips can happen at any time. It is dreaded by all golfers and like a winter cold, it can linger for weeks. Through my many years of playing, I have experienced my fair share of putting yips for no rhyme or reason. Needless to say, I hope that they do not come back this year. Continue reading
The long hitting Dustin Johnson seems poised to stay on top of the golfing world for quite some time. His win yesterday at the WC Match Play Championship was a clinic for anyone and demonstrated his dominance on the links. As he continues to cement his position atop of the world golf rankings, I notice that some pundits are wondering if anyone will be able to beat him at the Masters! Considering the way he is play of late, they might be right. Continue reading