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It’s The Open Week!

We at Golf GameBook couldn’t be prouder teaming up with The Open for the second year in a row.

More Game to the game of golf

  Spring is finally here and for us golfers that means one thing. Child-like excitement! Am I right? Depending on where you live, you might have hit the courses already by now, but for some of us, we’re still waiting for fairways and greens to turn deliciously green and juicy. You know what I mean…

Bye bye 2020 – and hello 2021!

Dear Golf GameBookers, In 2020 golf got bigger and so did Golf GameBook! Now it’s time to wrap up 2020 and also take a quick look at the season ahead. Last year we doubled the number of played rounds as well as active users on Golf GameBook. Thanks to all of you for your activeness…

2019 Wrap Up – and What’s New for 2020

Dear Golf GameBookers, It’s time to wrap up the amazing golf season 2019. For Golf GameBook it was a year of growth, renewal and a bunch of great new features. During the past few years we have rebuilt the whole app “under the hood”. It means it’s now faster, saving more of your battery and…

Your golf year in review – How statistics can improve your game

Dear Golf GameBook Members, The wonderful golf season 2018 is coming to an end and we hope you have enjoyed your rounds with Golf GameBook. In 2019 we want to take your golf experience to the next level and our tech team is working hard on new features. In the spirit of the upcoming holidays,…

The Miracle at Medinah: Kaymer vs. Stricker

Widely regarded as one of the greatest sporting comebacks in Ryder Cup history, what happened on Sunday at The 2012 Ryder Cup had to be seen to be believed. But first, let’s roll back to the Saturday afternoon, Europe were 10-5 down and trailing the final four-ball with 2 down and 6 to play. Up…

The come back: Leonard vs. Olazabal

What was soon to be deemed ‘The Battle of Brookline’, the Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts played host to one of the most infamous Ryder Cup’s in history. After a dominant first day, Europe consolidated on day two to lead 10-6 going into the singles. It would take the biggest comeback in history for the…

The two-iron: O’Connor Jr. vs. Couples

In 1989 The Belfry saw one of the greatest shots in Ryder Cup history. It had been a closely fought contest with every match and every hole being a tussle, leaving Europe heading into Sunday with a narrow 2 point lead. However, the U.S.A managed to quickly claw this back with Tom Kite’s 8&7 win…