Welcome to Fairways and Roughs
Find golf courses near you in your area Keep track of your golf scores View detailed statistics on your golf games. Buy and Sell your new or used golf equipment with classified ads Watch golf videos Read golf news articles Find and post golf events and golf tournaments in your area Find golfers with similar attributes Use any of 15049 courses to automate your scorekeeping. Read and write course ratings and reviews Read golf articles to improve your game
July 2014 FREE Giveaway
We are giving away a box of 12 brand new TaylorMade ® 2013 Burner golf balls for July 2014.*
Don't have a Fairways and Roughs account yet? Signup for an account now! It's free and easy!
* MSRP $19.95. No purchase necessary. Only shipped to U.S. addresses.
Fairways and Roughs News Mash
By Golf Week on Thu, Jul 24 2014 12:56 AM
By LPGA News & Entertainment on Wed, Jul 23 2014 5:13 PM
Wednesday was pro-am day at Caves Valley Golf Club, as teams geared up for the final day of preparation before the battle to be crowned the best golfing nation in the world begins tomorrow.
By PGA Tour News on Wed, Jul 23 2014 7:21 PM
Get the latest news, notes and event information for the RBC Canadian Open. ILE BIZARD, Quebec -- In 1909, Ontario’s Karl Keffer became the first Canadian-born player to win the RBC Canadian Open. Five years later, he became the last one. In 1954, Pat Fletcher claimed the Canadian Open. Although Fletcher was born in England, his family moved to British Columbia when he was four years old, and he was Canadian in all but birth. The former Golf Director at Royal Montreal, Fletcher was inducted into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame in 1976. He remains the last Canadian player to win his country’s national championship. This week marks the 60th anniversary of Fletcher’s win. Fittingly, Royal Montreal is once again the host course. Fletcher’s popular victory will be discussed this week – but so will the 60-year drought that has frustrated this proud country. The question remains: Why can’t a Canadian win this tournament? “It’s going to end at some point,” said Mike Weir, the most...
I've had a good day when I don't fall out of the cart.