Friday, March 05, 2010

Golf Websites

There are some good golf websites available. For me, the official golf websites are well worth visiting. Here are a few that are recommended.

PGA of America

Let us start with the PGA of America website. This pro golfers web-site has excellent resources and presentation. From golf tips, to golf travel as well as coverage of the professional game. The website also includes a number of video clips and equipment guide.

St Andrews Links

This is the websites of the St Andrews Links. It has good presentation, and a variety of details relating to St Andrews Links. Included on the website is a picture gallery of the courses, including wallpaper and screen-saver. Also included is accommodation of the town, and details of other local sites of St Andrews.

This is a general golf site. It covers most areas, including golf tips, equipment guides, golf course details and course rankings as well as the pro game. also includes video.


This is the official site of the US Golf Association. While the site does include registration and membership, quite a lot is available without. The site includes guides on USGA championships, clubs and courses. In addition to this, the site also links to the USGA museum, which seemingly is another website.

USGA Museum

As mentioned, this is linked to on the USGA site. The USGA Museum site, provides details of the museum, and is also interactive. With good presentation, it includes a Hall of Champions, exhibits and artifacts of the museum, a photo gallery and film archive covering golfing heritage.

The Masters

The official site of the Masters is the best site for this most prestigious Major. Aside from the event, it provides an Augusta course guide with details on each of the 18 holes and landmarks. In addition, the site includes three golf related games, such as the putting game. This site also includes Master's records and stats. Overall, it has good presentation and content.

Overall, these are a few recommended golf sites. Official websites such as The Masters, St Andrews Links, along with PGA of America, PGAE of Europe, USGA and