Archive for February, 2010

Pity the “D-MINUS” Golfer: Part 1

Guest post by: David DiCola

Whenever I sign up to play in a scramble for a trade association or business golf scramble outing, I’m always the “D-MINUS” golfer. As the guy who can’t hit the ball any farther than 185 yards on a good day, there is always pressure when I tee it up. Especially in the outings where the rules are designed to make everything “fair” by requiring every team to use 1 or 2 drives on both nines.

I really hate that rule.

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Predict the Winner of  the 2010 WGC-HSBC Golf Champions and Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card

The 2010 WGC-HSBC Golf Champions will start on Wednesday, November 3rd and as a tradition, GorillaGolfBlog Facebook fans have an opportunity to win a great prize by correctly selecting the winner of the tournament.

Correct predictions are eligible to win our prize drawing which is a $100 Amazon gift card.

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Golf Fashion - Autumn Trends

The weather’s changed. You’ve put away the tee shirts and shorts and need to revamp your golf wardrobe with some funky autumn gear. This does not necessarily mean autumnal reds, yellows and browns.

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Sex on the Golf Course?

No sport is completely free of controversy. Some involve sex scandals, while others involve domestic violence or even murder. Sometimes a controversy involves a situation that may or may not directly affect the sport itself. Probably the best example is a baseball player using steroids and hitting way too many home runs in one season.

While the golf world is no stranger to controversy that involves its players and their private lives – especially this year…, very rarely do you hear of one that may affect the game itself. Gorilla Golf wants to talk about an unusual golf controversy: a transgendered golfer and her (now) battle with the LPGA.

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Who is the Top Dressed Golfer?

With only 4 tournaments remaining on the PGA tour and 7 on the LPGA, while Cristie Kerr and Yani Tseng are chasing Ai Miyazato to be the world number one, and Lee Westwood trying to take down Tiger… It’s hard to say who’s going to clinch the title. But one thing I can tell you for sure is, who’s the best dressed golfers this season! Here’s GorillaGolfBlog’s list of the top three best dressed golfers of the 2010 season.

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Urban Legends and the Game of G.O.L.F.

These days, there is no escape from the urban legend, and the game of golf is no exception. Dubious stories from sand traps and fairways around the world are high in supply and often, of questionable credibility.

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5 Ways to Beat Your Customers at Golf (and Still Keep Your Job)

If you’ve ever had to golf in a business or professional situation, you’ve probably heard of the term, “customer golf.” It’s a tongue-in-cheek reference to the idea of letting your client win on the golf course, and the concept has been around just as long as the game itself.

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