River's Edge Golf Blog

The Truth And Consequences Of Green Speed

 

Presented by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America

Years ago, there was a man named Edward Stimpson who loved golf and craved to create more fairness in the game. To further his passion, he invented a device intended to ensure that all the greens...

Golf Tournaments Make Cents

 

Fundraising in Central Oregon is key to bringing in funds, so that non-profit organizations can keep running and providing support to our community. Golf tournaments provide an enormous potential for raising funds with low...

Nike Vapor Pro Combo Irons Review

With the number of clubs out on the market this year that tout forgiveness to the amateur player who is still perfecting his game, Nike isn't holding any punches when they rolled out the Vapor Pro Combo Irons. These irons are designed for the advanced player and will show off great...

5 Best Golf Gadgets For 2015

 

With each new season, golfers look forward not just to warm weather and lower scores, but to the myriad of golf gadgets and toys intended to make the game easier, more fun, and sometimes even a bit more casual. Golf is nothing if not equipment intensive and most golfers are never shy about adding...

Colorful Summer Golf Clothing of 2015

 

No, it’s not just the regional influence of the University of Oregon football team. And it’s not your imagination, either, no matter that it might seem like a flashback from other University of Oregon days. Perhaps like never before though, and that’s really saying something,...

Top 10 Drivers for 2015

 

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Adam Tight Lies Fairway Wood Review

 

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Walking Golf Is Great Exercise

Mention that golf is an exercise, and you may have people who never played the sport laughing at you and cracking jokes about the number of calories that are burned by golfers riding around in carts. What those people don't understand is that golf involves walking for long periods of time carrying or pushing a...

Wood tees vs. Plastic Tees

Golf is considered a gentleman's game were rules and sportsmanship are expected when players are out on the green. Yet there is one thing that can cause all types of players to lose their composure, and that is the debate of whether to use a wooden tee or a plastic tee.

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Golf Rx – Specialty Eyewear for golfers

If you are an avid golfer that wears prescription glasses, you understand how frustrating it is to play outside on the courses. You have to deal with the glare coming off of the water, grass and bunker. If you have bifocals, you find your field of vision is a bit off as you look out into the distance to...

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