We all have brushes with death during our lifetimes. This is a true story about one such "near death" events in my life.
As his bright blue eyes sparkled, the little starter said, "everything in the desert bites, stings or scratches. Just lease those new ProV1's in the desert! I will find them later."
Punchy said with a grin that resembled Alfred E. Newman from Mad Magazine: "That is one club that I have mastered."
Twenty-eight sharp horses' hoof carved massive divots with each frantic leap as seven horses raced across the beautifully manicured green.
Read this story about the first money Tom Lehman ever won playing golf.
The question: Who in the USGA will check to see if a woman is anchoring a long putter?
Part Two Palmer and the Blue General.
This is an Arnold Palmer that you have never heard. Some of us are old enough to remember when The King and Pennzoil had an advertising gig. This story is part one on an interesting GolfTale!
In the fall bees are dangerous on a golf course. Watch out!
A really fun Hole-In-One story.