Conceived by Mercedes-Benz design chief Gorden Wagener based on requests submitted by golf fans from all over the world, the “Vision Golf Cart” is poised to one day put all other golf car
The future is now. At least as it pertains to wacky golf carts and so long as said future being being discussed occurs at a golf course in Ohio. And “now” meaning “soon.
There may not be many 5-year-olds who spend their time cultivating a career in the rap game, and there are definitely even fewer 5-year-olds who spend their time cultivating a career in the rap game
It certainly seems like these trick shots videos by relatively anonymous pro golfers are coming up with increased regularity of late. Need examples? Can’t help you there.
The last time we checked in with Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn here at the Sportress, the world champion skier was escorting around her seemingly schnockered pro golfer boyfriend during an afterparty
Sure, the Golf Boys may boast a veritable who’s who of PGA Tour professionals: Bubba Watson, Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan, but have those fellas ever attempted to write a parody so
Those of you out there in Internetland who do not happen to be huge golf fans likely do not make it a habit of watching the fine golf programming available on the Golf Channel, which is unfortunate,
This product has been around for some time, but for the uninitiated, allow me to introduce you to the UroClub: the worst idea for something with “uro” in the name since Euro Disney.
During a press conference leading up the Arnold Palmer Invitational where he will be competing this week and weekend, Tiger Woods spoke publicly for the first time about his relationship with Lindsey
In January, a video that has been around for three years featuring a 17-month-old toddler showing off his golf skills suddenly went viral.
When Olympics legend Michael Phelps isn’t busy taking batting practice with the Baltimore Orioles or hanging out with his attractive new girlfriend, he is busy filming episodes of his tutelage
NBA Hall of Famer and current television analyst Charles Barkley has a golf swing that is the stuff of legend.
The Guinness Book of World Records announced on Monday that Brolin Enterprises, a company based in Casey, Ill., has the new record for the world’s largest golf tee.
And I must not neglect pointing out that he already is a far, far superior golfer than I dare dream to ever be. Which is kind of sad. But the truth.
Unless you have been living under a rock or have somehow been able to perform the Herculean task of repressing any and all memories of overdone pop culture crazes that seem to pop up each and every m