Winter Storm & Climate Change Combine To Bury Montrose Golf Links In Sand

Several years ago, a bunch of hickory golfers visited Scotland for the World Hickory and played Montross Golf Link, described as the world’s fifth oldest golf links. Golf.com just ran an interesting story about the second hole of the course getting buried in sand due to a winter storm and the impact of coastal erosion. … More Winter Storm & Climate Change Combine To Bury Montrose Golf Links In Sand

Adventures In Golf Visits The Belvedere Hickory Open

Adventures in Golf, on youtube, highlights the wonders of hickory golf with host Erik Anders Lang playing the Belvedere Hickory Open.  This is one of the best videos segments about hickory golf because if avoids the goofy schtick and Anders seems like he really enjoys the game.  Plus, he breaks a shaft on a borrowed … More Adventures In Golf Visits The Belvedere Hickory Open

Scottish Open Yields Some Cool Hickory-Themed Media

Something about tour pros playing in Scotland makes their marketing folks think “Hickory!  How do we exploit that?”  Actually, I shouldn’t be so glib.  The Euro PGA always does interesting media and they put together the Hickory Challenge video (read those comments – many folks ask why can’t there be a hickory-only event?). Below are … More Scottish Open Yields Some Cool Hickory-Themed Media