You can be forgiven if you think that the pinkish liquid that makes a rare steak “juicy” is blood. We tend to call a rare steak “bloody,” after all, so it’s not exactly a stretch to think that the red liquid that drips out of your steak when you cut into it is blood.
Fix Finder Fix of the Week: Never shank an iron again
Top 100 Teacher Mark Blackburn thinks you're shanking because you're casting. Here's what that means... and how to stop it.
That's What Happens When You Bring a Gun to a Snake Fight
Don’t worry, honey, I’ll take care of that snake for you. . . Oh (explicit!!!) This funny clip shows what happens when A: you mess with snakes, and B: you’re not a very good shot. Before you try to pull off a stunt like this, make sure you at least hit the range first. Folks …
How Often Should You Change Your Golf Clubs?
In this week’s Tech Tuesday, we look at how often you should be changing your golf clubs following a new video circulated by Titleist around its Vokey wedges.…
This Lost Art Will Save You Strokes
A.J. Avoli, one of Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers, shows you how to chip old school.