Why Game “The Golf Shed” ‘s Used Golf Balls?

The answer is simple. The customer plays a premium brand name ball at a much lower rate. For example, buy a dozen used, mint quality TaylorMade Tour Preferred balls for $32 compared to $57 new, everywhere else. How about 12 used, mint quality Callaway Supersoft golf balls for $18 instead of $32 for new ones? […]

Weekday Analyst: My thoughts on Billy Horschel 

Billy Horschel made his presence known in 2013 and 2014, capping it off as 2014’s FedEx Points Champion. Despite being the hottest player on tour around 2014’s Ryder Cup, Horschel wasn’t picked. The Americans lost and Horschel became featured prominently in golf talk and on golf television with his flashy look and outgoing nature. One […]

Monday Analyst: Rickie Reigns at the Honda Classic

Rickie Fowler woke up Sunday with a 4 stroke lead and putted out for a 4 stroke victory at the Honda Classic. Rickie made birdie at 16 for a 5 shot lead but on the par-3 17th, his tee-shot entered the water hazard. Amongst whispers of past blown leads, Fowler landed his 3rd shot close […]

Monday Analyst: Pebble Beach

Jordan Speith dominated play on Sunday to end a boring tournament to watch. More coverage was on celebrities and antics than golfers and any chances of excitment on Sunday were curtailed by Speith’s controlled, “boring” play. A win’s a win and this puts Speith in the talk for top player from the Big 4. The […]

Thoughts on Phoenix Open Gallery

https://www.google.ca/amp/www.golfdigest.com/story/waste-management-phoenix-open-the-mardi-gras-of-golf-how-big-can-it-get/amp?client=ms-android-rogers-ca The Phoenix Open possesses great entertainment and energy. It walks a fine line between professional golf and a rock concert but is healthy for the game once a year. However, moderation is requested or golfers screw up like Steven Bowditch and fans get caught in situations like this, Wasted Management Phoenix Open. #ForeLeft #WMPO […]