Imagine a symphony, a hundred different musicians, all playing their instrument with preciseness and vigor to make a beautiful sound. As everyone works together showcasing their unique talent, the end result is magnificent. These musicians are artists, and so are the many who work in golf television.
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.
Great food, great drinks, and great golf. What more can you ask for in a weekend? Before you read anything further check out our video from the weekend.
This is it. After 25 events spanning six countries, the 2017 Web.com Tour season comes to a close this week at the Web.com Tour Championship at Atlantic Beach Country Club, just outside Jacksonville, Florida.
After a week break and a short trip across the country. The Web.com tour is returning to Ohio for the third stop on the finals circuit. It feels like just yesterday they were here in Columbus. For the second year, the Web.com guys will be playing at Canterbury Golf Club. Canterbury Golf Club has been nationally recognized as one of the top 100 golf courses in the U.S. and one of the finest in Ohio.
As we are moving from summer to fall. Baseball to football, we still have a couple more weeks of high quality championship golf ahead of us. If you have not seen are hot take on leg three of the FedEx Cup. Make sure you check it out below. As always show the world you know more about golf than us and comment your winners.
Did you know for the Web.com stop in Columbus, it took about 88 people on the ground to make everything work and over 20k feet of fiber. The crew gets there days in advance to set up, make sure the shots are perfect (that there are not pot-a-pots in the shot), learn the course, etc. but they are able to tear down and move to the next city in a couple hours.