Canadian Open 2011 – Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club

After a brutal week of golfing at the British Open at Royal St. Georges Golf Club; where the players battled fierce winds, driving rain and hip-high heather, some of the professional golfers of the world still managed to make it to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, for the Canadian Open.  Some of the notable players included […] Read more »

Amanda Blumenherst Leads Kia Golf Tournament

Former U.S. Amateur Champion, Amanda Blumenherst, leads the star studded LPGA KIA Golf Tournament by one shot, at seven under par, over Sandra Gal.  The tournament is being played at the world famous Ike Eisenhower and Babe Zaharias courses, at Industry Hills, in the City of Industry, just west of  Los Angeles, California. Read more »

Year 50 And Counting – TPC Blue Monster Course Celebrates 50 Years of Hosting PGA Tour Events

This week, the World Golf Championships – Cadillac Championship will be played at the TPC Blue Monster Doral Golf Resort & Spa. This will be the 50th consecutive year that this beautiful Florida golf course has hosted a premier PGA Tour event. Over the years, many legendary battles have been played on the challenging Blue […] Read more »

Palm Springs Golf Vacation – As Enjoyable As Ever

There was wet snow on the ground this morning…and when we got back from Palm Springs golf vacation last Wednesday, the temperature at Bellingham was minus one degree and the wind was howling at about forty miles per hour! I had to walk across the parking lot in my Palm Springs’ outfit, find my car […] Read more »

Cristie Kerr – Reflection From A Golf Fan

Cristie Kerr just a minute ago made a four-foot birdie putt to become the world’s number one golfer of the LPGA (Ladies’ Professional Golf Association).  Not only was this a Major Tournament, but her score of nineteen under par was the lowest score in a major in the history of women’s golf.  She won the […] Read more »

Pro Am Day at the Bob Hope Desert Classic

We’ve all seen many, many Pro Am golf tournaments on television over the years; such as the AT&T at Pebble Beach and the five-day tournament at the Bob Hope Desert Classic in Palm Springs, both in California.  What you see on television is just a smattering of some celebrity for maybe five seconds at a […] Read more »