When playing a super golf course and having that great feeling, I would like to share it with all my fellow golfers all over the world and vice versa I would like to see som reviews on golf courses from others.
I made this site rating golf courses http://www.blogmand.dk/golf/ - It's mobile friendly, so when you just finished the course it's easy to upload som pictures and rate it in about 1-2 minutes.
Hope some of you will try it out and write back with ideas to make the site better
Take a look at this great course, La Zagaleta Club de Campo (Malaga, spain) http://www.blogmand.dk/blog/119/golf-review-la-zagaleta-club-de-campo
Anyone else excited about watching two wildly different golfers going at it today in Maui?
Tale of the Tape
Dustin Johnson: 6'-4", 190 lbs, right handed, 33 years old
16 tour wins, 1 major
Coastal Carolina University
Brian Harman: 5'-7" 155 lbs, left handed, 30 years old
2 tour wins
University of Georgia
Don't count out the powerful Jon Rahm. Do Rickie or Jason Dufner have a chance?
It will be interesting to see the differences of the two in the last pairing. What each hits off the tee, what each has into the green and any strategies they might employ. A guy like Dustin won't play it safe to protect his lead will he? Won't he just go at it all day long?
Hey MSG'ers -
Have a trip coming up to Rochester NY next week. Any recommendations on public courses? Obviously Rochester CC and Oak Hill would be great but prob will continue to be on my bucket list. Give me your rec's!!!
Which is the best destination for a Golf trip? Scotland or Ireland?
You may have read MyGolfSpy's recent blog, where we asked two respective authorities of Scottish and Irish golf to go head to head and describe the perfect golf trip to their homeland... and the then say why their itinerary (over the other) deserved the mantle of the best golf trip ever!
The article can be read here
For those wanting to cut to the chase, the summary is as follows.... Kieran selected the line up below for the "Best Ever Scottish Trip":
1.Old Course, St. Andrews
3.New Course, St. Andrews
4.Championship Course at Carnoustie
5.West Links at North Berwick
Not bad! However, when you put it up against Kevin's picks for "Ireland's Best Ever Trip", it's a tough call to decide which is the best...
What are your views? Which trip would you take? And are you lucky enough to have played any of these courses?
Or, do you disagree with their choices? And if so which Scottish or Irish courses would you place in your ultimate trip itinerary?
You may have read our recent front page article on â€œHow to Organize the Perfect Golf Trip to the UK or Irelandâ€â€¦ If you haven't then you can view it here.
Anyway, I'd love to know any additional tips that you might have for organizing golf vacations (either to the US, UK or Internationally), so please post them below.
Personally, one of the hardest things that I find when organizing a trip is to get friends (especially guys) to commit to coming, and not having them drop out at the last minute â€“ which can cause a lot of pain. I find that the solution to that is to get the trip dates in everyone's diaries months in advanceâ€¦ and then get a deposit upfront from them as soon as you can (â€¦you soon get their commitment once they've handed over hard cash!)
Another top tip is; if one of your buddies snores loudlyâ€¦. Then make sure that you put them a single room! (Or have a few whiskey's each the evening so that you sleep through it!)