There always comes a point in the year when you're with your friends and someone says "we have to do a buddies golf trip sometime soon". The dicussion then becomes "okay, so where do we go?" A quick Google search might leave you overwhelmed and ultamtely undecided. So, we thought we'd list the best locations for a buddies golf trip to make things easier for you.Read More
We’ve all been in a scenario when the holidays come around and someone in your family knows you play golf. The holidays are a golfer's dream as unwrapping a brand new club is among the greatest gifts you can get. On the flipside however, there always seems to be those golf gifts that, well, aren’t that great. We've listed out the worst holiday golf gifts below. Have you received a bad golf gift we didn't mention? Show them off on social!Read More
Like every golfer, you are probably always looking for ways to improve your game or simply read about the game in general. Videos are a popular avenue for this nowadays but some of the best golf [and life] advice can be found through reading books. Whether you're starting from scratch or looking to add to your reading list, these are the 5 golf books that every player should read.Read More
Indoor golf is becoming more and more popular every year. If you want to enjoy some beers at night while getting some swings in, if the weather isn't cooperating, or you just don't feel like heading to the course, it's nice to have the option to play some indoor golf in Houston. Below are a few of the best places in town to enjoy a round.Read More
Everyone can admit that as a golfer you always have that one buddy who has played with their Dad’s hand-me-down set from the 80’s or 90’s. These garage or basement dwelling sets aren't complete without at least one club from our list of the worst golf clubs of all time below. Know of a club deserving to make the list? Chirp at us on social.Read More
There's often the debate of "what sport produces the best golfers?". Typically, the consensus amongst people would be baseball players; especially pitchers who have the luxury of not playing every game. To see if this argument carries weight, we dug up a list of the best golfers in the MLB. Did we miss any? Shoot us a tweet.Read More
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If it's cold, rainy or both you're probably not looking to head out to the golf course. If you still have that urge to get off the couch, swing some clubs and hit some putts, we thought we'd give you four great places to play indoor golf in Seattle.
Located in Lynnwood, Clubhouse Golf Center has top of the line simulators that allow for customers to come and play any of their 80 championship courses (St. Andrews, Bandon Dunes, etc). It's a great place to bring your family or enjoy a beer with friends. During Seawhawks games, fans can even save 50% on their round! CGC can be rented for private parties or corporate events. Definitely a great place to play some indoor golf around Seattle.Read More
We breakdown the best golf headcovers of all time on the PGA Tour. Don't agree? Have a suggestion? Tweet at us.
5. Louis Oosthuizen | The Shrek Headcover
This guy's swing is so filthy it's borderline NSFW. Oh and he had a pretty awesome headcover, too. The story goes that he was given the nickname "Shrek" by some of his close friends for the gap in his teeth. Louis embraced the hate and got a Shrek headcover made for his bag. He no longer carries the headcover because it was deemed to be "bad luck" by his caddy. Although it's gone, the point remains that this should make you like the guy a little more than you did before.Read More
We threw around a few potential titles for this blog: "The 6 balls you wouldn't bother picking up in the woods", "Top golf balls you'd find in a hacker's bag", "Six balls your dad probably uses" ... but ultimately we decided it's best summed up as "The 6 worst golf balls ever made" or at least in mainstream golf. Did we miss any? Tweet at us @Nextgolfer.
1. Pinnacle Gold
The ultimate fisherman's golf ball. When you see the telescopic rod come out near the par 3 over water, you know what golf ball is being scooped out of there: Pinnacle Gold. Enjoyed by weekend warriors, this is certainly not the ideal catch when fishing the hazards.Read More
If you stay up-to-date on the golf club industry then you know that Srixon irons have been killing it - being named to the MyGolf Spy’s Most Wanted, Golf Digest’s Gold Hotlist, and most importantly…Ambassador’s best friend list.
In all seriousness, the Nextgengolf members from across the country lucky enough to be Srixon Ambassadors in 2017 have been loving their new clubs. We thought we would check in on 4 Ambassadors review of their experience using Srixon irons.Read More
Almost all good putters will tell you the same thing: having your eyes over the ball is important to holing more putts. Although the all-time greats of putting may have had differences in their posture or tempo it's truly fascinating (and telling) that all the greats maintain this common approach of keeping their eyes directly over [or slightly inside] the ball at address.Read More
Buying new clubs is not always the right decision especially if you are a millennial golfer on a budget or someone who is new to the game. Recently, I was cleaning out my garage and decided to sell some of my old golf clubs online and was amazed to see the number of places where you can buy and sell used clubs. I thought the list below could be helpful to anyone in the Nextgengolf community who is looking to buy or sell golf clubs in the future. Note that this list is in no particular order and I do not have a bias towards any of these companies.
1. – I would not recommend Craigslist if you are searching for specific clubs given the limited selection, however, there are people selling [typically older] sets of golf clubs inexpensively on here. It may be worth checking out before other sites on the chance you get lucky and find someone who is moving and looking to sell a decent set. For example, I came across someone selling ping irons for $100 (as seen below)... pretty darn good, even though they were a few years old!
2. – Yeah, I know it does not sounds like a golf site, but this company has a huge selection of used golf clubs. As of July 2017, they advertise having nearly 40,000 clubs for sale. The site is easy to navigate and there are often promotions to save some extra bucks.
Topics: Used Golf Clubs
All major championships have unique, great moments and traditions. Many of the most memorable majors are those that hadn't concluded after 4 full rounds of golf and demanded extra holes in the form of a playoff. However, it's tough to remember which major follows what playoff format. To make it easy, we thought we'd lay out each major and the playoff structure that they follow:Read More