Free shipping on orders over $100 (US Only)

Blog

Where else to play when you have to play TPC Sawgrass

Say the word “Florida” and most golfers risk whiplash. Their heads snap and swivel around at an alarming pace. The sunshine state is known for its cornucopia of golf courses, and the Jacksonville area is no exception. Standing out from all the wonderful public and private courses and clubs is the Stadium course at TPC […]

Where else to play when you have to play Payne’s Valley

Branson, Missouri, must be an interesting piece of the great American pie. The city is named for its founder, a postmaster and general store owner. From its country music-theater beginnings in the late 1960s to the explosion of that genre in the late 1980s and 1990s, Branson gained a place for itself on the map, […]

Where else to play when you have to play Whistling Straits

Destination: Kohler is no understatement. The town leaps from a Norman Rockwell painting, offering a measurable sense of Americana as you arrive and settle in. There are four Kohler golf courses, and three of them are extraordinary. The River and Meadows Valley courses at Blackwolf Run are inland layouts, while the Irish course at Whistling Straits […]

Where else to play when you have to play Pebble Beach

    Pebble Beach comes up in the conversation. As long as golf is part of the topic, Pebble Beach represents. Why? It’s kinda sorta public. The freight is expensive, but the experience just might be worth it, depending on what you expect. Know this: no one has ever returned from Pebble and commented “I […]

Where else to play when you have to play Pinehurst #2

Pinehust #2 is not fireworks, bells, and whistles golf course. It is one of the most understated, great courses we have the opportunity to play. It is public, it is expensive, but if we’re checking boxes on a bucket list, it’s a must. Rumor has it that Donald J. Ross, jr., was disappointed to not […]

Where else to play when you have to play Bethpage Black

Let’s be real here. There’s enough good to great golf in Bethpage State Park to keep every golfer smiling. You and your squad set up a roadie to come to Long Island. You’re not the Hamptons set just yet, but Farmingdale is exactly your speed. We’ve played all five courses (Yellow, Green, Blue, Red, Black) […]

An Unforgettable Sports Story: The Nomads find a home with OnCore Golf

Nomad, 1: a member of a people who have no fixed residence but move from place to place usually seasonally and within a well-defined territory. (Merriam-Webster) As the definition alludes, the journey of a Nomad is one initiated by a separation from the settler’s society. His lack of home is often not a choice of […]

Join us as we Interview World Renowned Saxophonist Mike Phillips.

Mike Phillips is well known worldwide as an electrifying instrumentalist. He has played all over the world, with many musicians. But he also loves the game of golf. So join us as we talk about all things music and golf.     Listen to the podcast on any streaming platform: https://www.buzzsprout.com/994294/4044539  

Brilliant, Bountiful Bandon

In 1998, 22 years ago, a golf course by the sea opened to the paying public. It was the brainchild of Mike Keiser, who grew up in East Aurora, NY, not far from Buffalo. Keiser’s affection for traditional, sand-based golf courses was known among his traveling band of friends. That group roamed the world on […]

Funniest Golf Video Contest Winner 2020

After hundreds of submissions and weeks of voting the team at OnCore Golf and Travis Fulton Golf are ready to announce a winner. The winner is… Thank you to all who submitted videos and voted. See you again next year!

0
You're $100.00 away from free shipping.
Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop
Calculate Shipping
Apply Coupon