Fairways Country Club Course Review

Fairways Country Club is a gold mine hidden within a gated retirement community. This course is surrounded by houses and is very short and tight, but it is always in tip top conditions. This Par 70 course is 5235 yards from the tips (furthest tees). JoJo and I pay $10 a year for the Advantage…

Casselberry Golf Course Review

Early Saturday morning, JoJo and I set out on our first blogging adventure. We brought the girls to take pictures and to hopefully keep us in a good mood. Hopefully. Casselberry is close by and we have played it about 5 times, and every time we play it, the course seems consistent. Not great, not…

10 Years Later

Orlando Golf Blogger is looking to make its masterful return to the spectators and players of golf. A lot of things can change in ten years, as one can expect, so we are here today to introduce ourselves. There will be four active participants on the site: some writing, some editing, all playing and shooting…

Fila Golf $200 Golf Shirt Giveaway

Fila Golf, the official sponsor of the 2013 Battle of the Golf Blogs has awarded me two $100 gift vouchers to give away to two lucky readers of the blog to get a free shirt (or two?) from ShopFilaGolf.com. As you can see by the image below, each golf blogger sported a different Fila golf…

2013 Battle of the Golf Blogs Champion

I know all of you readers have been waiting with bated breath to hear the outcome of the 2013 Battle of the Golf Blogs which took place out at the amazing Black Diamond Ranch Quarry course. As in previous years, the battle consisted of  a motley assortment of some of the world wide webs best, most…

Ping G20 Driver Review

With the ever increasing pressure to become longer and straighter of the tee, finding a driver that fits your game is a critical piece in the puzzle of shooting more consistent rounds. Labeled as the glamor club of the bag, one that has a lot of show but, in many short ball hitter’s opinions, does…

Titleist 910 D2 Driver Review

It was actually pretty hard for me to get excited about trying out the Titleist 910 D2 driver, only because I’ve been so attached to the 905 for so long. I tried to give both the 907 and 909 their fair chance, but there was just no spark, no chemistry, and no delivery of promises.…

TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC Irons Review

When you combine a cast body with a forged face, something pretty special happens. The Taylor Tour Preferred MC Irons have an undercut cavity which allows for weight repositioning to the perimeter. This simply offers better forgiveness. It also allows for a thinner face for more ball speed, and it can accommodate a wider sole…

Callaway Razr Hawk Driver Review

If you are an ardent golfing enthusiast, you may have come across Callaway’s innovative range of products while giving it a go. Callaway has been on the forefront in designing innovative and state-of-the-art drivers for some time now. This is what has earned them the distinction of standing out from the crowd. With the help…

Ping S56 Irons Golf Club Review

About Ping Products PING is an American brand well known for producing high quality golf clubs and other golf-related equipment. The founder of this company or organization is Karsten Solheim. This former engineer has now gone on to become a famous personality of the present era. PING provides a variety of equipments which generally include…

Third Annual Best Pee-Wee Golf Swing in the world

For the third straight year, Little Linksters, LLC along with the Little Linksters Association for Junior Golf Development (501c3) and The Littlest Golfer, Inc. is looking for the best pee-wee golf swings from kids 3-8 years old. This year, the contest is open to children from all across the world. “In our first two years…

2012 Ryder Cup – Post Tournament Highlights

  The European squad won the 2012 Ryder Cup by equaling the biggest comeback in the history of the matches. It was an incredible day of golf, featuring some clutch heroics by the Europeans and some painful failures by U.S. players at crucial moments. This post will highlight a few of the key figures in…

Kaymer wins the 2012 Ryder Cup for the Europeans

When Martin Kaymer stood over his six foot par putt on the 18th hole Sunday, it was pretty clearly an all or nothing situation. A make would mean the Europeans clinched the cup with their 14th point overall. A miss would leave the Europeans with 13.5, and a likely point for the U.S. coming up…

2012 Ryder Cup: Sunday Morning Predictions

When Justin Leonard made the miracle putt on the 17th hole of the 1999 Ryder Cup at Brookline to effectively clinch the Cup, Jose Maria Olazabal was still waiting to putt. The U.S. danced across the green, including right over Olazabal’s line, and took a couple minutes to get out of the way. This moment…

2012 Ryder Cup: Second Day Recap

With two dramatic wins in the last two matches, Europe kept themselves within shouting distance before Sunday’s singles matches at the 2012 Ryder Cup. As Justin Rose said on his twitter feed after the round – “So you’re saying there’s a chance”. With that said, it is still a major advantage to the Americans heading…

2012 Ryder Cup: Day Two Predictions

Heading into the morning matches of Day Two of the 2012 Ryder Cup, the United States is in the unfamiliar position of being in the lead. Having taken five of eight first day matches, the U.S. will look to build on their success and pull away from an experienced and talented European team. While we…

2012 Ryder Cup: First Day Recap

After an exciting first day of Ryder Cup action, the U.S. squad emerged with a 5-3 lead thanks to a strong afternoon session. The sides split the four matches in the morning alternate shot matches, but the Americans dominated the best ball play winning three of four available points. The unquestionable star of this Friday’s…

2012 Ryder Cup: Analysis of the Friday Morning Pairings

The 2012 Ryder Cup Matches get underway Friday morning with 4 Foursomes matches (alternate-shot for you Ryder Cup newbies). To me, the most interesting part of any Ryder Cup is analyzing the pairings and match ups, looking for who might have the edge and what the captains may have been thinking. In order of play,…

2012 Ryder Cup – Clubs in the bag

I can’t make very many definitive predictions about the upcoming Ryder Cup. The event is known for great drama and momentum shifts, so it is a fools game to make specific predictions. Pick a side maybe, but any more than that is a shot in the dark. I do know one thing for sure, the…

2012 Ryder Cup – A look at Medinah Country Club

With any golf event, the course on which it is contested plays a major factor in the outcome of the event and the Ryder Cup is no different. The 2012 version of the Ryder Cup Matches will be contested over Medinah Country Club’s Course #3 in Medinah, Illinois just outside Chicago. Medinah is no stranger…