Golf News for February 25, 2017

highland-1080x675Assistant Golf Professional — Golf Course in Poland Spring, Maine is looking for an Assistant Golf Professional.

Freakishly warm February temps have America’s golfers giddy — We played in New Jersey yesterday, at Neshanic Valley. We’d like to say we shot a 78, but that was the temperature!

Rory McIlroy Defends Decision to Golf With Donald Trump — A hassle has again found McIlory, in the form of intolerant golf fans, despite his stated view that a round of golf with the president is “quite simply, a round of golf.

“Ready golf” encouraged during British Am stroke play — The stroke-play portion of this year’s British Amateur will feature “ready golf” as the Royal and Ancient experiments with ways to improve pace of play.

How To Choose New Golf Clubs That Are Right For Your Game — Industry experts estimate that more than 90 percent of golfers do not have clubs fit to their games.

Bryson DeChambeau ditches side-saddle putting, points blame at the USGA — “They’re (the USGA) not a good organization, and you can quote me on that. I’m part of their family and as family it’s very frustrating to see them stunt the growth of the game.” We think it looked silly…

Schaupeter, ASGCA, looks at “essence of golf course architecture” — “Golf is best when it creates a sense of adventure for the players and allows them to discover a course through their own assertive and heroic play.”

WATCH: Australian YouTube star breaks world record with 395-foot putt —

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