Clad in a deep red velvet-bag, the D-tee arrived in my mail box. To be honest, I never gave much thought to tees. I usually go with whatever they have at the course.
Bottom Line: The D-tee won’t cure your busted swing, but, in my very unscientific study, I think they added some yards to my tee shots.
Here’s something from our sister site: NYC.GolfLookout.com. A November Golf Classic to benefit The Wounded Warrior Project on Monday, November 2nd, 2009. Played at the newly renovated Pelham Bay Golf Course as we honor our heroes and benefit The Wounded Warrior Project. Bring a Friend or a Foursome or Become a Proud Supporter • $150 […]
The 2009 golf season at Bethpage Black will come to a close on Sunday, November 15. Over the next 6 weeks, the grounds crew will prepare the course for closing. Greens and fairways aeration are schedule for late October/November. Get in a round while you can, play is available every day except Wednesday (10/7/09). Call […]
This just in… Lock in your weekly 2010 tee times – from April to October – at Spring Lake Golf Club. There are two price points… $3,000 per foursome: Saturday Times: 6:26, 7:30, 8:18 Sunday Times:6:10, 6:26, 7:30, 7:54, 8:18, 8:34 $2,500 per foursome: Saturday Times: 9:06, 9:14, 9:22 Sunday Times: 9:14, 9:22 With the […]