Golf a hot issue in Sun City West election

Golf a hot issue in Sun City West election
A routine election to fill three seats on the board of Sun City West’s Recreation Centers took a sharp turn this month as three propositions qualified for the March 27 ballot. “It’s the hottest topic I’ve seen in this community,” said resident

Apps May Kill Golf As We Know It
My informal polling reveals that no golf course in America prohibits cellphones on the course. It is a sport where cultural common courtesy screams for quiet during shots and immediately prior thereto. We can now safely assume that every single

10Rate Golf editor Dee Davis rates and reviews Golf Balls for 2012 on a 1-10 scale.
Editors from 10rate spent some time researching and trying out some of the newest Golf Balls and rating and reviewing them on the following criteria: Consistency in length off the tee, spin control and the ability to hold greens, “feel” of the ball

Obama and golf: Par for the course for presidents
Editor’s note: Martin Davis is the editor and publisher of The American Golfer and a regular contributor on golf history on the Golf Channel. He has written or edited more than 20 books on golf, including biographies on Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones

Sandhu sees a bright future for Indian golf
As the Director of the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI), Padamjit Sandhu is well placed to explain the golfing boom which his native land is currently experiencing. With five international tournaments – this week’s Guajarat Kensville Challenge on

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