Handicapping the so-called “golf summit” between President Barack Obama and Speaker John Boehner, GOLF Magazine encouraged the commander-in-chief to get tips from U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth, D-Ky., who is an avid and skillful amateur. The social outing was initially thought to be an attempt to cool tensions in Washington, but both sides have said no… Continue reading Golf Magazine Suggests Obama Get Tips From Yarmuth Before Facing Boehner
Golf courses may look green, but not every course is environmentally green. But as WFPL’s Kristin Espeland reports, two courses in Louisville are working to change that.
Some visitors to this year’s Kentucky Bourbon Festival are using unorthodox methods to find a place to stay.
With the Ryder Cup less than two weeks away, local hospitality professionals are getting ready to host the thousands of visitors the event will bring to the city.
Keep your head down, keep your eye on the ball, hold your arm straight, bend your knees . . . . What was I doing? Oh right, playing golf. When you watch golf on television, it seems so easy. How hard can it be to hit that little ball? Well, if you’ve ever played you know it can be nearly impossible. But when you watch a pro do it, hitting the ball can be a thing of beauty. Listen to the Show
Because tomorrow’s show is about golf and the Ryder Cup tournament which comes to Louisville this September, and because I’m a new player to this game, I thought I’d share a thought or two and hope to read yours. With only perhaps a dozen or so outings so far, I have already experienced a few… Continue reading Why golf is a four-letter word