Pasture golf is a return to Scottish links style courses. Technique over technology, it makes golf both fun and affordable to play. How Sweet the Swing

Tired of super manicured courses, ridiculously priced greens fees, spendy clubs and fancy clothes? You'll love the back to basics play of pasture golf!

Pasture Golfers' Golf Play Index
| A Golfer's Nightmare |
When Your Golf Swing Leaves You in the Lurch | Finding the Feel of the Greens
| The Swing Thought | More Golf Trivia | Golf's Short Game | Never Hurry - Never Worry
| Scottish Style Golf | Northwest Highland Tour | Playing Sand Greens | Golf's Ground Game

| How Sweet the Swing | Primer for the New Girl Golfer | Pasture Golf Criteria

Jim Murray from the Los Angeles Times once remarked about Tom Weiskopf, "His swing was made in heaven, part velvet, part silk, like a royal robe, so sweet you could pour it over ice cream." Tom Weiskopf showed off that sweet swing in 1965 when he first started out on the PGA Tour and it held him in good stead over the next 17 years, bringing him 15 tour wins.

You may have noticed that we tend to champion those in sports, and golf in particular, who have that sweetness about them. Payne Stewart was one who could play so sweet it made you cry.

Tom Weiskopf's sweet swing

Tom Weiskopf

This Page Updated: June 27, 2005

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