The Golficity Bump, A Club Toss, A Cheat, and A Picture

Kris McEwen Opinion Leave a Comment

The Golficity Effect First and foremost, congratulations to Golficity pal, Francesco Molinari, for his first PGA TOUR victory of his career. Clearly, playing alongside Mike at the Arnold Palmer Invitational has had a positive effect on Francesco’s game. Since the two walked Bay Hill together, Molinari has won the BMW PGA Championship on the European Tour, holding off Rory McIlroy …


Bryson is Still Weird and Other Notes From the Weekend

Kris McEwen Opinion Leave a Comment

It’s Like He Wants Us to Make Fun of Him Mad scientist/golf oddball, Bryson DeChambeau, was caught on camera using a compass on his yardage book on Saturday. According to Bryson, he was using it to figure out true pin locations. “The pin locations are a little bit off every once in a while”, DeChambeau said, “so I’m making sure …


Don’t Tell Me to Tuck My Shirt In

Kris McEwen Opinion 1 Comment

Dear Stodgy, Old, Golf Traditionalist, We’ve had about enough of you. We’ve had enough of the judgmental glares when you see my friends and I walking into the clubhouse. We’ve had enough of being blamed for the slow play on the course. And we’ve absolutely have had enough of “being what’s wrong with golf today.” We know you don’t like …


Give Love to the Little Brands

Eric Benzenberg Equipment, Opinion 1 Comment

Nothing screams “validation” for the big OEMs like wins on the PGA TOUR.  And whether you agree or disagree, it’s hard to argue when golf enthusiasts make a big deal over Tiger Woods signing deals with TaylorMade and Bridgestone Golf or when a [Insert OEM Company Name] staffer wins the [Insert PGA Event]. But something interesting caught my attention with …


Is Your Obsession With Distance Holding You Back?

Eric Benzenberg Golf Instruction, Opinion Leave a Comment

It’s no secret that maximum driving distance is something every amateur golfer strives for. It’s as if carrying 300 yards off the tee validates your status as a “better player” among amateur golfers and separates you from the weekend hackers.  And there’s nothing wrong with distance; it can be a weapon that helps take your game to the next level. …


Jordan Spieth, Augusta, and the Greatest Comeback that (Almost) Was

Josh Briggs News, Opinion Leave a Comment

The roars echoing late Sunday afternoon through the pines of Augusta National Golf Club felt timeless.  Without glancing at one of the massive green scoreboards that adorn the grounds each April, a patron could have believed for a moment that the roars were for Arnold Palmer as he edged Ken Venturi by a shot back in 1960—or for Jack Nicklaus …