Archive for the 'Travel Tips' Category

Australian golfers have kangaroo hazards

Thursday, August 30th, 2007

Depending on where you play golf the hazards can vary from big sand traps or bunkers to "beachfront" water hazards lining a side of a fairway. But some courses have "regulars" or "natives" that you have to watch out for. By that we mean mother nature, some mountain courses you have to watch out for […]

Why is it called a Birdie, or is it Birdy ?

Thursday, May 24th, 2007

Just another golf terminology thrown around the course is “Birdie“. We all know that we want birdies but why is it called a birdie anyway ? The “birdie” came from golfers at the Atlantic City Country Club in 1899. The term ‘birdie’ originated in the United States in 1899.  H.B. Martin’s “Fifty Years of American […]

New York Golf

Sunday, March 4th, 2007

New York state boosts some of the most beautiful golf courses, and with 600 private and public courses to choose from, any golfer is satisfied. An obvious first choice would have to be Bethpage State Park, the largest public golf facility in the world, home to 5 18-hole courses. If a private course is more […]

Flying with Delta and your golf clubs

Tuesday, July 25th, 2006

Here is a quick travel tip when flying with your golf clubs on Delta Airlines within the United States. Keep your golf travel case or bag under 50 pounds. Even if you are a few pounds over they will charge you $25.00. But of course there are exceptions, if you are a “Medallion Member” they […]

Rent clubs or bring your own when flying ?

Saturday, July 1st, 2006

The question many people ask themselves before they travel is, should I bring my own golf clubs or rent them when I get there ? It can be answered a few ways: How nice are your clubs , are you used to playing with them or used to playing different sets ? If you are […]

How to pack your golf clubs for a flight.

Sunday, June 11th, 2006

Pick your case The first thing you have to do when packing your golf clubs is to pick your traveling case. You really have two basic choices, soft case or a hard case. A soft case is quit easy most of the time, but we do not recommend the use of soft cases when traveling […]

How to fly with your golf clubs

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2006

The most important part of golf travel is making the plans. That is where we come in, Ty Daniel’s can help pack in all the rounds of golf and entertainment that you can fit in your trip. By having all your tee times and entertainment planned you can just go through the motions of a […]