USGA Announces Release Of New Book Celebrating The History Of The U.S. Open

Far Hills, NJ (PRWEB) May 09, 2013

To celebrate the best of Americas most prestigious golf championship, the United States Golf Association (USGA) today announced the release of its new book, Great Moments of the U.S. Open.

Written by Robert Williams, director of the USGA Museum, and Michael Trostel, the Museums senior curator and historian, the book celebrates the accomplishments of U.S. Open champions, shares their inspirational stories and chronicles the extraordinary circumstances that each faced. Rand Jerris, senior managing director of public services for the USGA, served as supervising editor, and among the contributors are Mike Davis, executive director of the USGA, and John Mummert, manager of creative services and senior staff photographer for the USGA. Continue reading “USGA Announces Release Of New Book Celebrating The History Of The U.S. Open”

Can You Do Your Own Golf Cart Maintenance?

Golf CartGolf carts are something that many people not only want to have but also need to have. It can be awfully tiring to trek across the golf course every day and for some people, especially those who are older or not in the best health it can be downright impossible. That is why they need to have golf carts. But if you have your own golf carts, who is going to be the one to fix it when something goes wrong with it?

When you are looking to purchase golf carts you need to keep in mind that they are just another car type machine. And like cars they need regular maintenance if they are going to keep working like they should for years to come. And even when they are taken care of to perfection things can still go wrong. Look at cars, you can buy a brand new car and the first day you get it home the engine can go on you, that is just bad luck. The same thing applies to golf carts. Continue reading “Can You Do Your Own Golf Cart Maintenance?”