Saturday, December 24, 2005

You Gotta Have Balls to Relieve Christmas Season Stress

Golf balls that is. What did you think I meant? Come on now, this is Christmas, get your mind out of the gutter.

Turns out a good way to help relieve stress is to take a couple golf balls (I hear Pro V1X's work best-just kidding) and roll them on the floor with the souls of your feet. It's like getting a foot massage and who couldn't use one of those.

I'm feeling better just thinking about it!

Golf Times

Friday, December 23, 2005

John Daly Goes To Analysis

Well kind of.

He doesn't get analized but his swing does by Ken Brown, a BBC Golf commentator (although I'm sure John's been through some kind of pyschoanalysis himself at one time or another). Article has a good little animation of his swing too. You can read about it here.

Golf Times

Thursday, December 22, 2005

This is a Recent Conversation I Had With a Caddie

Me: (after a particularly bad round of golf) "You know, you must be the worst caddie who ever carried a bag"

Caddie: "Impossible, it would be too much a coincidence!"

Golf Times

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

So You Think You're a Golf Smarty, Try This Quiz

This is a good one from SI. Try your luck.

Golf Times

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Have You Checked Your Golf Engine Lately?

When most people talk about their drivers they talk about the head, whether it's titanium or steel or how big it is or even the color but I rarely if ever here anyone talk about the shaft. The shaft is the "engine" that drives the club. It's just as important as the head but people don't realize it or understand it.

Well here's an article that might help clear some things up for you.

Golf Times

Monday, December 19, 2005

Who Was The Oldest and Youngest To Win The British Open?

Answer: Tom Morris did the feat within two years.

Huh, what's that, impossible you say. How can one person be the oldest and youngest within two years? Did I say it was one person, grasshopper? "Old" Tom Morris, Sr did it in 1867 at the age of 46 and "Young" Tom Morris Jr won the Open the following year at the ripe old age of 17.

I bet they did well at Father-Son tournaments.

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