For avid golfers, those 12-hour shore leaves are made even better when you know you can bring your clubs along and play some of the most beautiful courses in the world.
All of the major golf Tours are back in business after the Masters. We’ve got a full rundown of the Canadians at each event.
This week our section called “Canadians on Tour” is pretty thin as all the men’s and women’s pro golf tours have pretty much taken the week off to watch the Masters. Our Canadian contingent at Augusta all hail from Ontario and includes 2003 Masters Champion Mike Weir (Bright’s Grove), Corey Conners (Listowel) and Mackenzie Hughes […]
Synthetic turf can turn a backyard into a great playground for the kids, a sports park and a putting green without all the usual cutting and maintenance.
“Initially, the pros really didn’t want anything to do with electric trolleys,” says McLuckie. “They viewed them as the proverbial red-headed stepchild.”
The RBC Canadian Open is cancelled, Beacon Hall members turn down a purchase offer, warm weather has golfers excited and our Learning Series kicks off.
Around Town is returning as a regular feature in Fairways as the magazine celebrates its 20th anniversary. Also, People on the Move and Divots.
We talk about custom club fitting, the current environment for golf retailers and the direct-to-consumer trend that is threatening their existence.
In the four centuries golf has been played, the limit on the number of clubs you can carry is relatively recent. Prior to 1938, golfers often carried two dozen or more.