With the chilly weather approaching, you’re probably dreaming of playing on a beautiful green course with the warm sun on your face. Because that image cannot be retrieved, you should be able to watch it from your couch while feeling stuffed as a turkey.
Well believe it or not, you used to be able to bing watch a golf game right around Thanksgiving. The Skins game was an unofficial PGA Tour game that was held at the end of the tour in between November and December. From 1983- 2008 just as winter was about to come, golfers from all over would watch the best of the best play in one last tournament.
Yes, football is known for being the “Thanksgiving Game” but why can’t golf be the new holiday game! Start your own golf tradition this year!