Worldwide Golf Shops Golf Balls for a Year – 2012 Winners

Roger Dunn Shoppers
Rick G. Santa Ana
Sean C. Seal Beach
Denis V. Riverside
Nicholas D. Rancho Cucamonga
Jake H. North Hollywood
Marc M. West Los Angeles
Fred W. Newbury Park
Bob P. Cathedral City
Art W. Indio
Ron M. Mission Viejo
Dean T. Honolulu
John K. Pearl City
Lena T. Kahului
The Golf Mart Shoppers
Ron K. San Diego
Need Name San Marcos
John S. Encinitas
Nancy H. Del Mar
Deborah T.. South San Francisco
Luis G. Dublin
Jay S. San Rafael
Scott B. Concord
Gary J. Rohnert Park
Joe P. Seaside
Golfers’ Warehouse Shoppers
Ryan Q. Hartford
Connie H. Danvers
Jim H. Natick
Joseph L. Braintree
David H. Cranston
Vans Golf Shoppers
Bob M. Frank Lloyd Wright
Pat H. Camelback
Richard B. Sun City
John H. Speedway
Jeff G. Tucson
Matthew V. Metro Center
Aaron S. Apache
Internet Winner
Nisa T. Internet

Moving Forward

While we all want to get ahead in life, that doesn’t seem to translate to the golf course. In fact some of us are going backwards…as in tee boxes. A good majority of golfers are playing the blue tees when they should play the white tees or playing the white tees when they should play the forward tees (which many golf courses now offer). And playing the wrong tee boxes leads to – you guessed it – slower play. Let’s look at it this way; the yardage difference between tee boxes can be the equivalent of an extra hole! That means you are playing 19 holes, scoring 4-5 shots higher and taking an extra 10 minutes to play your round. So check your ego at the bag drop, move on up and my guess is you’ll score lower and have more fun. What is your take? Take our poll at www.facebook.com/worldwidegolfshops