Unless you are one of the few who did not read the first part in this series, then take a minute and catch up and read all about the man behind Origin Golf . So, now that you are caught up...Chris had a vision. The vision to venture out on his own and unleash the … Continue reading THE ORIGIN OF ORIGIN GOLF
I hope this doesn't come as a surprise, but since getting involved with Golf Starz, the best part of the job beside the golf is getting to meet the people behind the brands. I am extremely excited for this series of articles - I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did writing … Continue reading BEHIND ORIGIN GOLF – THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE HUMBLE LEGEND
Well I guess it is time to come clean. My name is David and I am Lafferty Daniels. While it has been a lot of fun flying under the radar and being “anonymous”, we have decided to finally lift the veil back and show our readers who we are. We wanted to put a face … Continue reading NEW PHONE WHO DIS?
Allow me to reintroduce myself... my name is Graham Campbell and I am 30 years old. I was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio and away from Golf Starz my brother and I run an insurance brokerage firm.
If you would've told me I'd have a top instructor, top trainer, and sports psychologist at my finger tips (right here in Ohio) coupled with a world class training facility, I would've told you I won the mega millions. My only complaint is that I really no longer have an excuse to be an average golfer.
As we started to write about golf and cover the Web.com this summer we found ourselves asking a lot of questions about how a player makes it to the PGA TOUR. How does a player get to the Web.com Tour? How do you turn pro? Where do these guys start? And what does it take? Jansen Lee breaks it down so you don't for you.
I hope everyone enjoyed our post about the man behind this amazing putter, featured below. If you did not have a chance - check it out a few posts below. Here is what I love most about the work Kyle does over at the Golf Garage. How many times have you come across a really good brand name putter on EBay or at a resale shop? Most of the time these putters need some work. Even if they are in pretty good shape, you may want to add some personal flair to the putter.