Monthly Archives: March 2017

Jason Day Withdraws Again for All the Right Reasons

Golfweek – AUSTIN, Texas – Jason Day, the former World No. 1 who now sits at No. 3, walked off the golf course after sixåÊholes of his opening-round match against Pat Perez. This time for the oft-injured Aussie, it wasn‰Ûªt his ankle, or his wrist, or the balky back that has slowed the 29-year-old at […]

Michelle Wie’s New Harry Potter Inspired Callaway Wedges

Golf Digest -åÊHarry Potter fans, get ready to be jealous. Callaway made Michelle Wie some custom Harry Potter-themed wedges and they are downright magical. The 56-degree wedge features the Wingardium Leviosa spell, which is actually the only spell on these wedges that I didn‰Ûªt have to look up. It‰Ûªs the levitation spell, which would probably […]

Quick Hits: 2017 Arnold Palmer Invitational

2017 is the first year of the Arnold Palmer Invitational since Arnie’s passing.åÊ As such, this year’s event was much more than a golf tournament, it was a celebration of Arnie’s life.åÊ This week’s Quick Hits will cover some of the highlights and special moments from last week’s event. Callaway Tours Arnold Palmer’s Office Though […]

Have a Drink Friday – Guiness on St. Patrick’s Day

My understanding is that St. Patrick’s Day isn’t that big of a deal for the rest of the world, but man, does America love it ever so much.åÊ As much as I enjoy a plethora of beers more, it’s just a requirement to drink Guiness on St. Patrick’s Day and something about it just tastes […]

Sergio Garcia Hitting Shots Out of Trees

With all of the excitement of the Arnold Palmer Invitational this week, it’s been fun looking back on highlights from this prestigious tournament over the years.åÊ Always one to entertain, Sergio did his thing by just being Sergio in 2013.åÊ With his ball coming to rest up in a tree, Sergio scaled the damn thing […]

Muirfield Gets a Clue – Back in the Open Rota

From GolfDigest.comåÊ on March 14th, 2017: EAST LOTHIAN, SCOTLAND ‰ÛÓ Appropriately, a near gale was gusting across the old links as the captain of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, Henry Fairweather, announced the result of the second ballot of members to finally admit women to the 273-year-old club. And, as it turned out, the […]

Rose and Stenson to Skip Dell Match Play

Golf Digest -åÊWith the Masters looming, golf‰Ûªs top players are doing whatever it takes to get ready for Augusta National. Even if that means skipping high-profile events in the coming weeks. While some pros are choosing to bypass next week‰Ûªs Arnold Palmer Invitational‰ÛÓto the consternation of others‰ÛÓother events are also seeing highly-ranked golfers bowing out. […]

Players Still Getting in Trouble for Missing Arnold Palmer Invitational

A couple weeks ago I touched on the fact that Tour pro’s are still getting the business for choosing to pass on their invitations to the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.åÊ I’m still never going to understand this.åÊ Yes, I get it, Arnie is largely responsible for the golf business beginning its modern evolution, […]

Introducing Joe Pro

As Swing Juice continues to evolve, we want to create more of a global reach in the golf community and give our readers a wider range of content on our site.åÊ After listening to valuable, some being fairly ‰ÛÏinteresting‰Û, we‰Ûªve decided to start a new equipment review area on SwingJuice.com.åÊ Never one to be like […]

Have a Drink Friday – Revolution Straight Jacket

The original version of Revolution’s Straight Jacket was a barley wine ale aged in one Jack Daniels barrel and one Heaven Hill Rye whiskey barrel which resulted in a complex beer that wasn’t for the faint of heart.åÊ While I’m not claiming any knowledge of what barrels they’re using now (I know they switched to […]