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- A Brief History of Golf

By: Larry Denton

Some historians believe that the games of Kolven from Holland and Chole from Belgium influenced the game, the latter being introduced into Scotland in 1421. However, while these are stick and ball games, they are missing that vital ingredient that is unique to golf--the hole. Whatever the argument, there is no dispute that Scotland gave birth to the game we know today as golf.

and shafts and gutta percha balls (1848) began rolling off production lines, the average person was able to afford golf. The growth of golf as an organized competitive sport in the United Kingdom was paralleled abroad in India and the United States. In 1894, the United States Golf Association (USGA) was established to regulate the game in the U.S. and Mexico.

The status and popularity of golf spread quickly throughout the 16th century due to its royal endorsement. King Charles I brought the game to England and Mary Queen of Scots, who was French, introduced the game to France while she studied there. In fact, the term “caddie” stems from the name given to her helpers who were cadets in the French military.

By 1900 there were more than 1,000 golf courses in the U.S. Chicago was the first to sport 18 holes. Importantly, American golf courses were specifically designed like parklands unlike those in the U.K., which were typically links courses. The beginning of the 20th century brought several technological innovations to the game of golf. The one-piece rubber-cored ball appeared in 1900, and grooved-faced irons were introduced in 1902. In 1905, William Taylor invented the first dimpled ball and in 1910, steel-shafted clubs first appeared. Within a decade, golfers could hit further and with more accuracy than ever before using equipment that was mass-produced rather inexpensively.

The Gentlemen Golfers of Leith (near Edinburgh) was the first club (formed in 1744) to promote an annual competition and to draft the club’s rules. The first reference to golf at the historic town of St. Andrews was in 1552. The now famous clubhouse was erected there in 1854 and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews illustration by A. B. Frost became the premier golf club because of its fine course, the publication of rules, and it’s promotion of the While there have been thousands of unbelievable game as a proper sport. golf shots throughout the centuries, the most famous golf shot must surely belong to Alan ShepBy this time, golfers were using proper clubs and ard who hit a ball on the moon in 1971, watched balls. Club heads were made from beech wood by an audience of millions around the globe. Golfand some heads were made from hand-forged -the first sport is space! The club he used can iron. Shafts were usually ash or hazel wood. Balls be viewed in the USGA museum in Far Hills, New were made from tightly packed feathers wrapped Jersey. in a stitched horsehide sphere. As prize money grows, so does the sport of golf The industrial revolution brought with it many itself. Millions of people around the world now social and economic changes. The growth of rail- play the sport, and other millions watch the game roads gave rise to mass tourism and for the first religiously on television. Golf is a game for young time, ordinary people could explore the country- and old, short and tall, thin and hefty. Golf is truly side as weekend visitors. Golf courses popped a “people’s game,” and continues to grow in popup all over the United Kingdom and people could ularity. enjoy the challenge of playing a different one each Larry Denton is a retired history teacher having taught 33 years at Hobson week. Since most golf equipment was handcrafted it was, therefore, quite expensive and golf was dominated by the wealthy. Once metal club heads

High in Hobson, Montana. He is currently V.P. of Elfin Enterprises, Inc., and an Internet business providing valuable information on a variety of timely topics. For a clubhouse full of advice, resources and suggestions about golf, visit: www.GolfWhole.com. Article Source: www.golfarticles.net.

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A Travel Agency? In today’s world of Orbitz and Travelocity, a lot of people feel that they don’t need a travel agency. They think they can surf to a travel site and book their own trip without an agent and still receive the same prices and service. The savvy traveler will quickly figure out that this simply is not true. A travel agent still provides services that you can’t get by yourself online. If all you need is a simple round trip ticket to a large city, then you may find that you can get by without a travel agent. The trouble comes if there is any sort of problem with the booking or ticket. If you go back to the website you will discover there is no one you can call. Or if there is, you will be in a queue with everyone else on the planet that has a problem that day. And if you do get through to a live person, chances are they can’t help anyway. When you have a problem or any sort of special request, your travel agent will prove their worth. Most people don’t know that an airline ticket can be voided within 24 hours without a penalty. The large online agencies don’t want you to know that, but your travel agent knows and can help get your money back. They can go on their proprietary airline reservation system and void your ticket the next day without a problem and the money 6

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By: Bobby Lopez, PGA

The right arm will be bent slightly, but not to such a degree that it severely pulls down the right shoulder. A right shoulder too low during address will encourage a vertical rather than horizontal rotating motion. The player will also tend to lay back instead of following through properly. Then the player will be forced to use the hands to compensate for the incomplete body rotation. The result: inconsistency. It is natural for the right shoulder to be slightly lower than the left, because of the right hand position on the grip, but be careful to avoid extremes. The shoulders should feel relaxed as you are setting up. With a good arm position you will notice that the elbows point approximately at the hip joints. The arms should be just far enough from the body to allow natural extension. The position is a matter of personal preference but you should have room for your arms to hang down naturally from your shoulders. Choose your own balance point but be aware of the danger of extremes. What happens if your hands are in too close? If the hands are too close to the body at address, the club will have to swing on too vertical a swing plane. This will cause you to take too deep of a divot, and usually causes 8

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a weak slice. Vice versa, if the hands are too far away, this promotes a very inside takeaway and you will lose the proper angle of attack for the ball. Once the angle is lost, your body will create a “compensation” to get proper ball contact. This will cause various ball flights and great inconsistency. Open Shoulders (shoulders aimed to the left) Typical Cause: Positioning the hands too forward in the stance. Remedy: Place a golf club on the ground in the direction of your intended ball flight and square your shoulders to the golf club. Typical Ball Flight: Pull if the club face is square to the path, pull slice if the club face is open. Closed Feet, (feet aimed to the right) Typical Cause: Lifting of the back to look at the target area. Remedy: Only swivel the head to look at the target. Weight Too Much On Heels Typical Cause: Bending as if you’re sitting on a bar stool. Remedy: Bend from the hips and maintain weight on the balls of your feet in an athletic pos Get a FREE online golf lesson from the Golf Swami at: Bobby Lopez, PGA Bobby Lopez and the G-TEAM (757) 382-5500 bobbylopez@bobbylopezgolf.com w w w . b o b b y l o p e z g o l f . c o m www.golftipsbobbylopez.blogspot.com/

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PGA TOUR 2013 schedule Week

Tournament

Course

Jan. 4 - 7

Hyundai Tournament of Champions

Plantation Course Kapalua, Hawaii

Jan. 10 - 13

Sony Open

Waialae Country Club Honolulu, Hawaii

Jan. 17 - 20

Humana Challenge PGA West

La Quinta Country Club La Quinta, California

Jan. 24 - 27

Farmers Insurance Open

Torrey Pines Golf Course San Diego, California

Jan. 31 - Feb. 3

Waste Management Phoenix Open

TPC Scottsdale Scottsdale, Arizona

Feb. 7 - 10

AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, Monterey Peninsula Pebble Beach, California

Feb. 14 - 17

Northern Trust Open

Riviera Country Club Los Angeles, California

Feb. 20 - 24

WGC Accenture Match Play Championship

Ritz-Carlton Golf Course @ Dove Mountain Marana, Arizona

Feb. 28 March 3

Honda Classic

PGA National Golf Course Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

March 7 - 10

WGC - Cadillac Championship

TPC Blue Monster @ Doral Doral, Florida

March 7 - 10

Puerto Rico Open

Trump International GC Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

March 14 - 17

Tampa Bay Championship

Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead Course) Palm Harbor, Florida

March 21 - 24

Arnold Palmer Invitational

Bay Hill Club & Lodge Orlando, Florida

March 28 - 31

Shell Houston Open

Redstone Golf Course Houston, Texas

April 4 - 7

Valero Texas Open

TPC San Antonio (AT&T Oaks Course) San Antonio, Texas

April 11 - 14

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PGA Tour Schedule 2013 Week

Tournament

Course

April 18 - 21

RBC Heritage

Harbour Town Golf Links Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

April 25 - 28

Zurich Classic

TPC Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana

May 2 - 5

Wells Fargo Championship

Qual Hollow Club Charlotte, North Carolina

May 9 - 12

The Players Championship

TPC Sawgrass Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

May 16 - 19

HP Byron Nelson Championship

TPC Four Seasons Resort Las Colinas, Texas

May 23 - 26

Crowne Plaza Invitational At Colonial

Colonial Country Club Fort Worth, Texas

May 30 - Jun. 2 Memorial Tournament

Muirfield Village Golf Course Dublin, Ohio

Jun. 6 - 9

FedEx St. Jude Classic

TPC Southwin Memphis, Tennessee

Jun. 13 - 16

U.S. Open

Merion Golf Course Ardmore, Pennsylvania

Jun. 20 - 23

Travelers Championship

TPC River Highlands Hartford, Connecticut

Jun. 27 - 30

AT&T National

Congressional Country Club Bethesda, Maryland

July 4 - 7

The Greenbrier Classic

The Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia

July 11 - 14

John Deere Classic

TPC Deere Run Silvis, Illinois

July 18 - 21

British Open

Muirfield Gullane, Scotland

July 18 - 21

True South Classic

Annandale Golf Course Madison, Mississippi

July 25 - 28

RBC Canadian Open

Glen Abbey Golf Course Oakville, Ontario

Aug. 1 - 4

WGC Bridgestone Invitational

Firestone Country Club Akron, Ohio

Aug. 1 - 4

Reno - Tahoe Open

Montreaux Golf & Country Club Reno, Nevada

Aug. 8 - 13

PGA Championship

Oak Hill Country Club Rochester, New York

Aug. 15 - 18

Wyndham Championship

Sedgefield Country Club Greensboro, North Carolina

Aug. 22 - 25

The Barclays

Liberty National Jersey City, New Jersey

Aug. 30 Sep. 2

Deutsche Bank Championship

TPC Boston Norton, Massachusetts

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LPGA TOUR 2012 schedule Date

Tournament

Date

Tournament

Jun 1-3

ShopRite LPGA Classic Galloway, NJ Purse: $1,500,000

Sep 6-9

Kingsmill Championship Williamsburg, VA Purse: $1,300,000

Jun 7-10

Wegmans LPGA Championship Pittsford, NY Purse: $2,500,000

Sep 13-16

Ricoh Women’s British Open Wirral, United Kingdom Purse: $2,750,000

Jun 21-24

Manulife Financial LPGA Classic Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Purse: $1,300,000

Sep 20-23

Navistar LPGA Classic Prattville, Ala. Purse: $1,300,000

Jun 29-Jul 1

Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G Rogers, Ark. Purse: $2,000,000

Oct 11-14

Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Purse: $1,900,000

Oct 19-21

U.S. Women’s Open Kohler, WI Purse: $3,250,000

LPGA KEB · HanaBank Championship Incheon, South Korea Purse: $1,800,000

Oct 25-28

Evian Masters Presented by Société Générale Evian-les-Bains, France Purse: $3,250,000

Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship 2012 Yang Mei, Taoyuan, Taiwan Purse: $2,000,000

Nov 2-4

Jamie Farr Toledo Classic Presented by Kroger, Owens Corning and O-I Sylvania, OH Purse: $1,300,000

Mizuno Classic Shima-shi, Mie, Japan Purse: $1,200,000

Nov 8-11

Safeway Classic Presented by CocaCola North Plains, Ore. Purse: $1,500,000

Lorena Ochoa Invitational Presented by Banamex and Corona Light Guadalajara, Mexico Purse: $1,000,000

Nov 15-18

CME Group Titleholders Naples, FL Purse: $1,500,000

Dec 9-9

Wendy’s Three Tour Championship Henderson, Nevada Purse: $1,000,000

Jul 5-8

Jul 26-29

Aug 9-12

Aug 17-19

Aug 23-26

CN Canadian Women’s Open Coquitlam, BC, Canada Purse: $2,000,000

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ATP TOUR 2012 schedule Date

Tournament

Surface

Draw

11.06.2012

Gerry Weber Open Halle, Germany

Grass

SGL 28 DBL 16

11.06.2012

AEGON Championships London, Great Britain

Grass

SGL 56 DBL 24

17.06.2012

UNICEF Open ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands

Grass

SGL 32 DBL 16

18.06.2012

AEGON International Eastbourne, Great Britain

Grass

SGL 28 DBL 16

25.06.2012

Wimbledon Wimbledon, Great Britain

Grass

SGL 128 DBL 64

09.07.2012

MercedesCup Stuttgart, Germany

Clay

SGL 28 DBL 16

09.07.2012

Campbell’s Hall of Fame Tennis Championships Newport, U.S.A.

Grass

SGL 32 DBL 16

09.07.2012

SkiStar Swedish Open Båstad, Sweden

Clay

SGL 28 DBL 16

09.07.2012

ATP Vegeta Croatia Open Umag Umag, Croatia

Clay

SGL 28 DBL 16

16.07.2012

bet-at-home Open - German Tennis Championships 2012 Hamburg, Germany

Clay

SGL 32 DBL 16

16.07.2012

BB&T Atlanta Open Atlanta, U.S.A.

Hard

SGL 28 DBL 16

16.07.2012

Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad Gstaad, Switzerland

Clay

SGL 28 DBL 16

22.07.2012

bet-at-home Cup Kitzbühel Kitzbühel, Austria

Clay

SGL 28 DBL 16

23.07.2012

Farmers Classic Los Angeles, U.S.A.

Hard

SGL 28 DBL 16

28.07.2012

London 2012 Olympics London Olympics, England

Grass

SGL 64 DBL 32

30.07.2012

Citi Open Washington D.C., U.S.A.

Hard

SGL 32 DBL 16

06.08.2012

Rogers Cup Toronto, Canada

Hard

SGL 48 DBL 24

12.08.2012

Western & Southern Open Cincinnati, U.S.A

Hard

SGL 56 DBL 24

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Winston-Salem Open Winston Salem, U.S.A.

Hard

SGL 48 DBL 16

27.08.2012

US Open New York, U.S.A.

Hard

SGL 128 DBL 64

10.09.2012

Davis Cup Semi-finals Davis Cup

17.09.2012

Moselle Open Metz, France

Indoor Hard

SGL 28 DBL 16

17.09.2012

St. Petersburg Open St. Petersburg, Russia

Indoor Hard

SGL 32 DBL 16

24.09.2012

PTT Thailand Open Bangkok, Thailand

Hard

SGL 28 DBL 16

24.09.2012

Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Indoor Hard

SGL 28 DBL 16

01.10.2012

China Open Beijing, China

Hard

SGL 32 DBL 16

01.10.2012

Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships Tokyo, Japan

Hard

SGL 32 DBL 16

07.10.2012

Shanghai Rolex Masters Shanghai, China

Hard

SGL 56 DBL 24

15.10.2012

Erste Bank Open Vienna, Austria

Indoor Hard

SGL 28 DBL 16

15.10.2012

If Stockholm Open Stockholm, Sweden

Indoor Hard

SGL 28 DBL 16

15.10.2012

Kremlin Cup Moscow, Russia

Indoor Hard

SGL 28 DBL 16

22.10.2012

Valencia Open 500 Valencia, Spain

Hard

SGL 32 DBL 16

22.10.2012

Swiss Indoors Basel Basel, Switzerland

Indoor Hard

SGL 32 DBL 16

29.10.2012

BNP Paribas Masters Paris, France

Hard

SGL 48 DBL 24

05.11.2012

Barclays ATP World Tour Finals London, England

Indoor Hard

RR DBL 8

16.11.2012

Davis Cup World Group Final Davis Cup

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health&wellness

Lower Back Injury The most effective way to decrease low back injury (LBI) during a golf swing is to understand a few reasons why this position creates vulnerability on your discs and spine. The most common movement to aggravate or initiate low back pain and injury is bending and twisting at the waist. Combined, these movements place excessive force on the joints and discs in your lower back. What do all golfers do at address? Exactly that! To alleviate this stress, make sure you are bent at the knees slightly with minimal bend from the waist while keeping a straight back. Engaging your large and small muscle groups in your core will give you added stability. Another reason why LBI occurs is due to improper motion of the joints. This is a onetwo punch to the musculoskeletal system. If there is lack of proper motion in the joints, restriction can occur and muscles will compensate for t h i s lack of motion. This compensation can now lead to muscle strain and further injury. Maintaining healthy joint motion depends on good nutrition and proper manual manipulation from qualified chiropractic physician. Because many chi20

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ropractors specialize in different areas, seek a sports-minded chiropractor who understands your sport of interest fully. Lastly, deconditioning is a major player in any kind of injury; especially golfers. Deconditioning is a loss of fitness due to inactivity or inadequate training. So, exercise and eat healthy! Research has continually shown that a body (or a car, fine jewelry, home, etc.) which is properly maintained will keep its’ value far longer than one that is not. Is your body not worth as much as your car? Finally, seek a qualified professional who specializes in golf injury and prevention. Typically, these individuals (commonly called Certified Golf Fitness Instructors, CGFI) conduct a thorough examination of you and your swing mechanics. This will aid the CGFI in determining where you are most prone to injury and why this occurs. Finally invest in professional lessons from a certified golf teaching professional. You wouldn’t go scuba diving without a lesson, would you? The same applies to your golf game! So, if you have an injury that is putting a “slice” into your game, follow the tips above and enjoy your way to a lesser chance of injury this season. Happy Hitting! ~Dr. Jenn For more information regarding this article or if you currently do not have a chiropractic physician, please contact Dr. Jennifer A. Hartmann. Dr. Hartmann is a board certified chiropractic physician, certified golf instructor, nationally certified massage therapist, advanced trauma and life support certified, and dietitian. She has 10 years of experience in sports medicine and myotherapy and can be reached at Strafford Chiropractic & Healing Center 136 W. Wayne Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087. www.DrJennHartmann.com

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With the recent economic downturn and decline in housing values, homeowners have been rethinking what they want from their houses. They are not as anxious to resell homes if it means taking a loss. While it is still standard to measure bang for remodeling buck by the resale value a project will add, many homeowners are looking at investing in improved quality of life for their families. When they consider monetary return, they often look to green technology that lowers their utility bills.

According to the Remodeling Marketing Index, homeowners are not looking at adding space to their houses, but are trying to make the space they have more

efficient. As in the past, most are spending their money on bathrooms and kitchens but they are adding interesting new features as well.

Mud Rooms

Homeowners are ditching the new foyer with the impressive chandelier in favor of a more practical mud room that serves as a transition area from the outdoors to the inside. Here family members can drop their coats, umbrellas, and overshoes before they come into the rest of the house. Some opt to put up organizing shelves to hold school books and sports equipment so children can grab and go as they head out the door.

Blended rooms

As families search for more space, they are taking a look at where they spend the most time. For some time, it has been the trend to combine a kitchen and dining room in a single open area, but now homeowners are including the family or living room. No walls determine where one space begins and another ends; instead furniture and floor coverings separate the areas.

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