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Björn on the Bayou

Back in the late 17th century, when I was a wee lad, Björn Borg was the greatest tennis player to stalk the planet.  He crushed everyone in his path on the way to 5 straight Wimbledon titles and 11 Grand Slam championships.  Almost every kid...

George Knudson

George Knudson – Master Ball Striker

Found this wonderful Youtube video on legendary Canadian golfer George Knudson and thought it would be great to share. Has some nice interviews with Hale Irwin, Lee Trevino (among others) talking about the prolific ball striking of Knudson as...

Shanks For The Memories!

The final solution of course, was to re-cut the playing field down to a more manageable size (56 players instead of 70 and ties) and then play a full 36 holes, in groups of three, rather than two, on Sunday. Thirty six holes in one day! That's...

Cobra delivers golfers a White Christmas...

The other day my kid asked me what I wanted for Christmas. I know that he’s angling for a Playstation III for himself so I thought long and hard before finally shrugging my shoulders and telling him that I’d be happy with a $10 gift...

Fairway Stevie’s World Of Golf: Cape...

Don’t have the time or budget to fly all the way to Scotland to golf?  Well, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia is within a couple of hours flight for anyone in Eastern North America and the island boasts a number of world class golf courses, not...

Olé, Olé…Olé, Olé…

Having successfully managed to get the program taping, the next huge obstacle to overcome, naturally, was staying ignorant for the whole day. Or should I play up to the low opinion you've formed of me and say "even more ignorant than normal?"...

Fairway Stevie’s World of Golf –...

The family recently drove down to Myrtle beach for a week long family vacation.  In between all of the family fun, I played four terrific golf courses including two in the Top 50 of Golf magazine’s current issue of the Top 100 Golf...

Don't Disrespect the Dragon…OR...

Since I started writing this little column, I find that I’m spending a lot more time reading comments posted on websites that talk about golf. This doesn’t affect my weekly selections in any way…in fact I’ve made it a personal policy...