Join us at the 2016 Cleveland Golf Show – Booth #429

In a few weeks we are attending the 2016 Cleveland golf show.  Ohio’s Golf Capital Booth #429.  Feb 19-21st!

We would love to see you there.  Drop by to win prizes from our course and partners and to learn more about Pleasant View Golf Club.

More about the golf show:
Since their first show in Cleveland, Ohio in 1988, North Coast Golf Shows has staged more than 200 golf shows and is considered to be the nations #1 golf show producer. They are dedicated to provide the most unique, complete and entertaining show experience possible. In addition to a wide array of golf-related exhibit booths and displays, each North Coast show features a host of challenging skills competitions, stage presentations and one of a kind ball-striking activities which set us apart from all other golf shows.

Jordan Spieth tops Tiger as golf’s top earner

Looks like the new players are starting to creep up on Tigers legacy even more evident after this Golf Digest rankings report came out.  Check it out here:

“Golf has a new money king.

Jordan Spieth earned $53.03 million on and off the course last year to lead all golfers, according to Golf Digest rankings out this week. Tiger Woods fell to third overall, relinquishing the Pleasant View Golf Coursetop spot for the first time in the magazine’s 13 years of tracking.

The 22-year-old Spieth enjoyed a stellar 2015, winning two major championships and finishing in the top five at the other two. Last January, he agreed to a new 10-year sponsorship deal with Under Armour.

Jordan Spieth poses with the winner’s trophy at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on January 10, 2016 in Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii.

The 40-year-old Woods, on the other hand, finished an injury-riddled season 162nd on the PGA Tour money list. Still, his $48.55 million in earnings — almost entirely accumulated off the course — makes for a nice haul on a down year.

The earnings totals take into account on-course income for the PGA Tour and five international golf tours. They also include off-course earnings like endorsements, appearance fees, product lines and course architecture, among other sources.

Phil Mickelson was the second-highest earner with $52.3 million. Woods, fellow Nike athlete Rory McIlroy and retired legend Arnold Palmer rounded out the top five.

Retired great Jack Nicklaus finished sixth.”

Source: cnbc.com

Jack Nicklaus

Chamblee Says Tiger, not Jack, is greatest of all time

Well Brandon is never one to hold back.  Here he is telling it like it is according to him.  IM not sure but I think there are a few people pout there that dissagree….Read more…

Who is the best golfer of all time?

In an upcoming “Golf Central” special celebrating Tiger Woods’ 40th birthday, Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee said that he would pick Woods over Jack Nicklaus.

“Longevity sanctifies an idea, a career, a relationship, a government,” Chamblee said. “In that regard, Jack Nicklaus’ career was so long – won major championships over 24 years, spanned three generations – but Tiger Woods dominated in a way that had never been done before, and will never be done again. So I think, at least in my estimation, that you’d have to give the edge to Tiger Woods as the greatest player of all time.”

Source: Golf Channel