If you’re new to our course, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!The two leading drivers of the ball in the game today both got off to unexpectedly sloppy starts in the 98th PGA today in Springfield at Baltusrol’s venerable Lower Course. Playing with an early tee time in the best wind free weather of the day, Rory McIlroy could not take advantage of either the benign conditions or his prodigious talents. McIlroy didn’t hole… Continue Reading
The PGA Championship starts today as we close out the major season a bit early. Those Olympics are screwing up everything…but that’s another rant. It wouldn’t be a major without the Links Life Golf Crew Picks so here we go. Fresh off his big win at the Open Championship is G. Rennie: So far this is the season of first time major winners and I think the trend is likely to continue. So my first three picks are from the… Continue Reading
Remember a few summers ago when the “Ice Bucket Challenge” was the latest fad? You couldn’t miss the hundreds of celebrities, especially golfers that were getting dumped with plenty of ice cold water. It was a fundraiser for the A.L.S. Association to further research into amyotrophic lateral sclerosis also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. You either donate to A.L.S. or get dumped on with a bucket of ice. But most dumpees donated also. It looked like a fad that had… Continue Reading
One of the fun things at the PGA Championship is their decision to reinstate the Long Driving Competition. They had done it for years before doing away with it but since 2014 we’ve seen some massive belts. Probably the most famous of its past winners has to be the Golden Bear himself. Way back in 1963 a young Jack Nicklaus smacked one 341 yards…with a persimmon clubhead. Who knows what he could have done with one of those high tech… Continue Reading
In a major championship season that seems to be moving as fast as Jason Day’s driver we are prepping for the final major of the season. The 98th PGA Championship begins Thursday with some players still not over their jet lag from the Open Championship. Thanks to the Olympics and the condensed schedule our major season will be over at the end of the July. What may have been construed as the best option to fit the PGA Tour, the… Continue Reading
This “condensed” major championship season continues its breakneck pace this week as the best field of the year tees it up at the PGA Championship at Baltustrol. But first there’s one more piece of business to close out from Henrik Stenson’s win at the Open Championship. Here are the final results for the Links Life Golf Crew Open Championship Picks. G. Rennie was the big winner as he was the only one to select the hard playing Stenson on his… Continue Reading
Jhonattan Vegas came from five shots back of the lead to earn his second PGA Tour victory in a surprising win at the RBC Canadian Open. Third round leader Brandt Snedeker couldn’t hold on tho his one shot lead as Vegas got off to a hot start with five straight birdies starting at the second hole and finished just as hot with three straight birdies for a final round 64. He last won in 2011 but has found his game… Continue Reading
Team USA didn’t start out well on Thursday at the UL International Crown but they finished with a bang as they won three of their four singles matches to claim the title. Stacy Lewis, Gerina Pillar and Cristie Kerr all won their singles with only Lexi Thompson missing the chance for a Sunday sweep. The ladies of the USA earned 13 points to edge South Korea by a single point. Here are the highlights. And here is their press conference.
Try this drill and you may be putting like Jordan Spieth.
As we all still nurse our Open Championship hangovers the women of the golf world start a streak of important tournaments. Thursday 32 of the worlds best will tee it up in the UL International Crown in a eight team format, that’s something the Olympics should have tried…a team format. Then a quick trip across to England where they will compete in the Ricoh Women’s British Open at Woburn Golf & Country Club in Milton Keynes, England. After a weeks… Continue Reading