Tiger Wave

It’s Time We Prepare for the Next “Tiger Wave”

Kris McEwen Opinion, Players Leave a Comment

With news today of Tiger Woods’ intentions of playing both the Valspar Open and Arnold Palmer Invitational, it may be time for us to prepare for a flood of new golfers this summer. Otherwise known as a “Tiger Wave.” After a good recovery week I’m committing to play in the @ValsparChamp and @APinv next two weeks. — Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) …


Reduced-Distance Golf Balls Will Kill the Game

Eric Benzenberg Equipment, Opinion 2 Comments

For the past couple of months, there’s been two stories that keep finding their way into the headlines: (1) Tiger Woods’ return and most recent tournament performance; and (2) reduced-distance golf balls.  Golficity discussed this in two separate articles back in November; one argued that fitness is really what’s “at fault,” while the other commented on USGA executive director Mike …


Take a Bow, PGA Tour Live App!

Alex True Opinion Leave a Comment

Do you love golf? Do you have a busier schedule then most? Do you have a laptop or smartphone? Well do we have a product for you! No, seriously… And I think its time for us to take notice of these products available right at our fingertips. This installment of “Take a Bow” isn’t about a course, golfer, or personality, …

Sponsorship Exemptions Are Starting to Get Ridiculous

Sponsorship Exemptions Are Starting to Get Ridiculous

Eric Benzenberg Opinion Leave a Comment

It’s become the norm for some very high profile athletes to be provided a sponsorship exemption for a Web.com Tour event.  In fact, Steph Curry, who plays to a +0.7 handicap, participated in the Ellie Mae Classic, where he shot a pair of 74s and failed to make the cut.  Likewise, Tony Romo, who allegedly holds a +0.3 handicap, will be competing in …

Happy Birthday to the Golden Bear

Happy Birthday to the Golden Bear – Jack Turns 78

Josh Briggs Opinion Leave a Comment

On Sunday, January 21st, perhaps the greatest golfer to ever grace the links celebrated his 78th birthday.  Although it’s been thirty-two years since he last won a major championship (’86 Masters), and thirteen years since bidding a tearful goodbye to the Open Championship at St. Andrews, Jack Nicklaus is no less endeared to the golfing world than during his peak …