TravisMathew isn’t a golf brand. It isn’t a surf brand. Despite emerging from the shores of Surf City USA in Huntington Beach, California, in 2007, TravisMathew is finding success in its niche as lifestyle performance by bridging the gap between performance and casual.Continue reading “TravisMathew Finding Success as Lifestyle Performance Brand”
Down the stretch of the 2020-21 PGA Tour season during the FedEx Cup playoffs, Patrick Cantlay’s focus and concentration were on full display as he outlasted Bryson DeChambeau in a six-hole playoff to win the BMW Championship then fended off Jon Rahm a week later to capture the Tour Championship, FedEx Cup and $15 million.Continue reading “Patrick Cantlay Excited for Ryder Cup Debut”
Growing up in Grant, Florida, Billy Horschel didn’t come from a lot of money. He and brothers Chris and Brian were taught by their parents, Bill and Kathy, that if someone needed help, you helped them, which often meant offering a friendly hand cleaning up debris from a hurricane that passed through the rural town along the Indian River Lagoon on Florida’s Atlantic coast.Continue reading “Billy Horschel Launches APGA Tour Event to Promote Diversity in Golf”
Known for being the company behind golf’s top-selling shoe, FootJoy traces its roots back as far as 1857. Founded as the Burt and Packard Shoe Company, and soon thereafter the Field and Flint Company, the Brockton, Massachusetts-based company was one of the first to manufacture left and right shoes, which were sold to Union soldiers during the Civil War.
“From the very beginning, innovation has been the root of every project, every first step, every pen-to-paper on what we do,” said Chris Tobias, FootJoy vice-president of global footwear.Continue reading “FootJoy’s Premiere Series Retells Golf Company’s Storied History”
Rory McIlroy will be the first to admit he isn’t fond of The Players Championship being unofficially referred to as the fifth major.
“It doesn’t need to be,” McIlroy said. Continue reading “How The Players Championship Separates Itself From Another Stop on the PGA Tour”
Xander Schauffele heads into his Presidents Cup debut on the heels of his best season on the PGA Tour. The 25-year-old won two events—the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions and The Sentry Tournament of Champions—finished tied for second at the Masters, registered six top-10 finishes and capped his third year as a professional by finishing second in the FedEx Cup playoffs, earning $5.61 million in total. Continue reading “Xander Schauffele More Confident Ahead of 2019 Presidents Cup”
The only business experience Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph had in high school was a personal finance class. Rudolph took the class, where he learned things like balancing a checkbook, as an elective. Continue reading “Kyle Rudolph Helping Inspire Young Entrepreneurs”
Bryson DeChambeau hasn’t played Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, New Jersey, before but that doesn’t mean the 25-year-old golfer isn’t prepared for The Northern Trust. Continue reading “Bryson DeChambeau Hopes to Get Hot Ahead of FedEx Cup Playoffs”
There is one golf course in the world with three individually designed courses by legends Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player. Continue reading “Why Champions Retreat Golf Club is Open One Week Each Year”
Cameron Wiebe started playing golf when he was 16 years old. He was initially drawn to the sport, playing with his grandparents, because he had just received his driver’s license and wanted to drive the golf carts. Continue reading “Golf Advice and Tips for Beginners”