The Modern Fundamentals of Golf, Ben Hogan 1950

Famous shot of Ben Hogan hitting the 1 Iron shot on the eighteenth hole of the final round at Merion to win the 1950 US Open Championship.

On this day in golf history, the iconic Walter Hagen won his second PGA Championship in 1924 and successfully defended his title in 1925. Hagen was influential in raising the stature of the golf professional and won 11 major championships in his career including 5 PGA Championships, 2 U.S. Opens and 4 Open Championship. #TBT #GolfHistory #Golf #GolfCollege #PGCCGolf

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It still counts! Rock Bottom Golf (@rockbottomgolf) | #golfhumor #golfchat #golfshotgonebad #ChoosingTheRightGolfEquipment

It still counts! Rock Bottom Golf (@rockbottomgolf) | #golfhumor #golfchat #golfshotgonebad #ChoosingTheRightGolfEquipment

Muhammed Ali

Muhammad Ali seen here playing a round of tea cup golf at his hotel near Dublin. Ali is in Ireland for his fight with Al Blue Lewis, July 1972 (Pic:DailyMirror)

"If The Masters offered no money at all, I would be here trying just as hard." Ben Hogan, Masters champion, 1951, 1953

"If The Masters offered no money at all, I would be here trying just as hard." Ben Hogan, Masters champion, 1951, 1953

Phil Mickelson  and Tiger Woods at Pebble Beach;  Their expression says it all- night and day those two!

Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods at Pebble Beach; Their expression says it all- night and day.

Seve Ballesteros

Great Golf Advice That Can Work For You. Golf is an extremely fun sport to play. Read this article to get some suggestions for improving your game and becoming successful at golf.

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Michael Jordan dunking over Magic Johnson - Classic Shot. All Magic can do is try and psych MJ out

Jul 1984: Seve Ballesteros of Spain holes out on the final green to win the British Open at St Andrews in Scotland. Credit: David Cannon /Allsport

In one of golf’s most famous images, Seve Ballesteros punches the air in delight as he make a birdie to win the 1984 Open at St Andrews. It would be the second of Seve’s three Open titles.

Feb 27, 1992, 16-year-old Tiger Woods played the Los Angeles Open, his first PGA TOUR event.

22 years ago today, Tiger Woods played the Los Angeles Open, his first PGA TOUR event!

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