ATTENTION CADDYTREK CUSTOMERS!
We want your vote!
We are going to add a new “CaddyWrap” lid cover to the CaddyTrek line of products and want our customers to choose the design. There are 4 new designs to choose from, simply click on your favorite lid, and then click “like.” We will announce the winner in our June Newsletter, so stay tuned!
WHY USE A PRE-GOLF REOUTINE?
To Get Better Results!
If you usually get off to a slow start, hitting shots that aren’t even close to your best, it might be because your body isn’t properly warmed up. Many people think that splurging on a fancy new driver or revolutionary new golf ball will help them gain a few extra yards and take a few strokes off your golf game. But the fact is, you can get even better results from proper preparation. A pro warm-up routine can add more yards to your drive as well as take several strokes off your score card. Your golf warm up needs to be deliberate and structured. You need to warm up your body and work on all phases of your game. It does not take much extra time; it just takes a bit of discipline. Click here to read more.
DOES MOM GOLF? SKIP BRUNCH, PLAY A ROUND OF GOLF INSTEAD!
If so, LOOK NO MORE, today’s your lucky day!
Forget going to brunch, take her out golfing with her very own CaddyTrek Pink Lady cart. Order today and save $200. Enter Promo Code: MOM
BROOKS KOEPKA WINS FREE BEER FOR NEW YORKERS
NEW YORK (WABC) — Just days before the PGA Championship, reigning PGA champion Brooks Koepka pulled off an incredible shot on Monday (May 6th), hitting a ball from Governor’s Island onto a floating barge in the middle of the Hudson River. The shot was part of a Michelob Ultra marketing campaign and because Koepka made the shot, people in New York City can get free Michelob beer on May 16, the first day of the PGA Championship. https://abc7ny.com/5288250/
THE MUDBALL STUDY…
How dirt impacts the shape of your shots.
The U.S. Open is confusing and confounding enough. Now enter golf’s version of Russian roulette known as the mud ball. Barring a local rule that lets you lift and clean the ball, you’ll have to play it as it lies and deal with the dirt. Mud on a ball can have a significant effect on trajectory, distance and in-flight curvature. The trouble is no one can really predict what that effect just might be. Rock Ishii, director of golf ball research and development at Nike, has studied the mud ball conundrum for years. He has some specific answers, but concedes, “It all depends on how much mud is on the ball,” he says. The main problem with the physics of a mud ball is that there are so many variables, and several of these variables conflict with each other. As John Axe, a Ph.D., member of the Golf Digest Hot List Technical Panel, former associate director of the Brookhaven National Laboratory and a former golf ball research scientist, explains, “I’m not surprised that people cannot agree upon a single answer.” There are many issues. Click here to read more…
GOLF V’S MOTHERHOOD…
Trying to balance golf and kids
Becoming a parent is life changing for PGA Tour pros, but it isn’t career altering, or career ending, the way it can be for LPGA pros. Yes, female tour pros can thrive as mothers at the highest level of the game, as some of the top female golfers in the world have proven. But there is only a few can pull it off. For the majority of pro-golf mothers, it’s extremely touch to compete as tour history proves that. There has only been one player to win a major after becoming a mother over the last 15 years, Matthew and there is only one mother among the LPGA pros that are in the top 50 in the Rolex world rankings, Kerr. “When you become a mom, you experience a different life on tour; it’s not just about you. It’s more difficult to be a great player with all the sacrifices it requires to be a mother, Kerr said. In ‘93, the year the LPGA started its traveling daycare center; there were 30 moms on tour, with 47 children who visited the center at some point in the season. Today it’s usually only three children as there is only a few mothers on the LPGA. But that may a thing of the past as the LPGA 2018 baby boom yielded five new babies and more may be on the way!
HAPPY MOTHERS DAY!