We were able to spend some time at the PGA Merchandise Show
in Orlando last month. If there is a downturn in the Golf economy
it is difficult to see as you walk the ‘10 miles of aisles’ filled
with every golf contraption known to modern man. Every vendor
I talked with is bullish on the new year and with the exploits
of Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Rickie Fowler, a
younger audience is being drawn to golf.
We hope you enjoy the February issue as once again NWO Golf
Links offers a diverse mix of golf stories and information for
We share information about The Evans Scholars Foundation which
is a wonderful organization that rewards ex-caddies from golf
clubs around the country with full tuition, as well as, room and
board to college. I urge all of our readers to donate to this great
organization and next time you go play, take a young caddy. You’ll
enjoy the game more and help teach a young person valuable
skills, such as, work ethic, communications skills and discipline.
Also in this issue, contributing writer, Bryan Renius gives his
humorous take on “Unsolicited Advice” on the golf course. Golf
ball manufacturers are all touting the benefits of a softer ball
for slower swing speeds, so Matt Saternus gives us his take on
Callaway’s Chrome, one of the best new balls available. New
contributors, Kyle Rowland talks about golf in Arizona and David
Rallis says it’s OK to be an average golfer.
Thanks for reading our February Issue and I will catch you on the
February Issue Loaded with
You Know You are a Golfaholic if: You have watched the
European Tour, LPGA, Champions Tour and the PGA Tour all
on the same day.
If you think
it’s hard to
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