Contact Us
Please enter in an email so we can respond back to you.
Please select a reason.
Please enter some comments.

Thank you for your feedback and comments helping us shape DivotTrack!
Terms & Conditions
Welcome to DivotTrack. The terms and conditions of use of this website are a binding contract between DivotTrack (“We”, “Us”, or “Our”) and you (“You”). Before using the DivotTrack Website, you must agree to the terms of use. By using the website, you agree to be bound by these terms. If you choose not to agree to the terms then you are not allowed to use this site. DivotTrack provides the information and services on this website to you conditioned upon your acceptance, without modification, of the terms.

The information offered on this website, including, without limitation, reviews, opinions, directions, guides, graphics, photographs, logos, and data (collectively "Content") may contain information relating to a hazardous activity. DivotTrack offers this content for entertainment purposes and does not certify or endorse the content on the website, including without limitation, any opinion, recommendation, advice, or any other information contained in the Content. Users agree to use the content contained on this website at their own risk. DivotTrack will not be held responsible for any injury or harm to person or property that results form the use of this website or any content contained within.

1. Privacy Policy.
DivotTrack will house and store information about you which you must agree with in order to use this website. DivotTrack will never give away any personal information to any other person or business without your express written consent. DivotTrack does reserve the right to offer nor identifying information obtained from your use of the site to third party vendors and business. DivotTrack will take reasonable measures to protect your identity and personal information.

2. Agreement to deal electronically
DivotTrack, at our discretion, can conduct it’s relationship with you, from start to finish, electronically. It is your responsibility to keep an active email address on file as notices or policy changes will be delieverd through electronic mail and posted on the website. DivotTrack will consider these policy changes to be consented to once they have been posted on the website and/or delivered to your email.

3. Unauthorized use of your password
All transactions or use of this website by or received from anyone presenting your password are binding to you. You must agree that you are solely responsible for all transactions or acts that are validated through the use of your password, whether they were made with your approval and authority or not. Guard your password carefully with the full awareness that a failure to keep it secure will enable others to engage in transactions through this website for which you will be legally responsible. If you suspect that someone may have obtained access to your password without your permission, please contact DivotTrack immediately.

4. DivotTrack Points
The points DivotTrack offers its users are not redeemable for cash nor do they have any monetary value. DivotTrack reserves the right to award points for redeemable items on the website at its discretion. If a user terminates their membership, the user forefits any accumulated points they have earned. DivotTrack points are not transferable to any other user, business, or person. DivotTrack does not represent any third party vendor and reserves the right to change the items available at any time with or without notice while offering a similar quality item.

5. Paid memeberships
DivotTrack does not offer refunds for its paid content. The user is free to cancel his or her membership at anytime without penalty beyond the amount of membership dues paid up to cancellation. Users who cancel their membership will forefit their rights to any unused DivotTrack points as well as any content or pictures submitted to the website. Once a user has cancelled his or her membership, DivotTrack will stop all charges and paid membership activity and will take reasonable measures to ensure that the users data and personal information remain protected or destroyed in the appropriate and secure method.

6. Third Party vendor information
The DivotTrack website will display and house third party vendor information but makes no claim of officially representing these third party vendors which includes advertisements, golf courses, or the products DivotTrack chooses to make available to it’s members through point redemption.

Home  |   Book Tee Times  |   My Game  |   My Stats  |   My Account  |   Golf News  |   FAQ Welcome, Register or Login

 Golf News

Thu, 21 Jun 2018 13:04:44 GMT
Zach Johnson grabbed the clubhouse lead with a 7-under 63 in the opening round, but Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and others are on the course and in hot pursuit.
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 17:39:53 GMT
Four days after his putt that rocked the golfing world, Phil Mickelson apologized Wednesday for his actions at the U.S. Open. "I know this should've come sooner, but it's taken me a few days to calm down," Mickelson said in a text message to It was clearly not my finest moment and I'm sorry." Last Saturday, during the third round at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, N.Y., Mickelson sent a putt on the 13th green well past the hole.
Thu, 21 Jun 2018 01:40:29 GMT
SEASIDE, Calif. (AP) — Ryan Vermeer won the PGA Professional Championship on Wednesday, overcoming front-nine problems to top the 20 qualifiers for the PGA Championship. The 40-year-old Vermeer, the director of instruction at Happy Hollow Club in Omaha, Nebraska, closed with a 1-over 73 on the Bayonet Course for a two-stroke victory over Sean McCarty and Bob Sowards. The PGA Championship is in August at Bellerive in St. Louis. Vermeer played the front in 4 over with a double-bogey on the par-4 second and bogeys on the par-4 seventh and par-4 eighth. He rebounded with birdies on the par-5 10th and par-4 11th and also birdied the par-5 18th. Vermeer finished at 5-under 283. The former University
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 15:35:52 GMT
SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports' Steve DiMeglio breaks down Phil Mickelson's curious decision on No. 13 and how the greens at Shinnecock Hills makes the final round impossible to predict. Phil Mickelson had a meltdown Saturday in the third round of the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. On Wednesday, he apologized for the incident on the 13th hole where he hit a moving ball and caused umbrage among many in the golf world when he said he was just taking advantage of the rules. “I know this should've come sooner, but it's taken me a few days to calm down,” Mickelson said in a statement. “My anger and frustration got the best of me last weekend. I'm embarrassed and disappointed by my actions.
Thu, 21 Jun 2018 05:00:00 GMT
Brooks Koepka won the U.S. Open for the second year in a row on Sunday, only the seventh golfer in the 123-year history of the c to do so, and it was anything but easy.  The wailing wind played havoc with drives as the hard greens, dried from lack of water, sent anything but the perfect putt soaring into the rough.  Shinnecock Hills proved to be a challenge this year and the scores proved it.  In a sport where some tournaments are won by players who hit 20 shots fewer than the course was designed to require, not one golfer ended this Open below par overall, with Koepka coming out on top with a +1.  It was a rough weekend. Throughout the 2018 U.S. Open, plenty of golfers took time to complain
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 02:56:42 GMT
Australian golfing great Peter Thomson, who won the British Open five times, died Wednesday aged 88 after a long battle with Parkinson's disease, his family said. "He had been suffering from Parkinson's disease for more than four years and lost his brave battle at home in Melbourne surrounded by family," a statement said. Thomson was the first Australian to win the British Open, claiming five titles between 1954 and 1965, including three consecutive wins.
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 16:11:48 GMT
Green was a dominant force during the 1970s and 1980s when he won 19 times on the PGA Tour, including at the 1977 U.S. Open and 1985 PGA Championship, and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2007. "He was perhaps best known for his win at the 1977 U.S. Open, where he received a death threat during the round, but continued on and ultimately captured the title," Hall of Fame President Jack Peter said on the shrine's website on Wednesday.
Thu, 21 Jun 2018 21:17:00 GMT
After losing his arm in Afghanistan and being diagnosed with PTSD, Ramon Padilla turned to the game of golf to aid in his mental and physical recovery.
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 14:31:29 GMT
It’s been four days since Phil Mickelson’s stunning meltdown on the 13th hole of his US Open third round at Shinnecock Hills — and on Wednesday, after some soul-searching, Mickelson told The Post he’s “sorry” for what happened. “I know this should have come sooner, but it’s taken me a few days to calm down,” Mickelson said. “My anger and frustration got the best of me last weekend. I’m embarrassed and disappointed in my actions. It was clearly not my finest moment and I’m sorry.” The incident took place Saturday afternoon, when Mickelson was frustrated by the unplayable nature of the pin position on the 13th green and his 18-foot bogey putt rolled past the cup and began to roll off the green.
Thu, 21 Jun 2018 19:03:00 GMT
Britain's Matthew Fitzpatrick has accepted a US PGA Tour special temporary membership with an eye to winning enough money to claim a full-season spot for the 2018-19 campaign. The 23-year-old Englishman is a four-time winner on the European Tour, his most recent triumph coming in last September's European Masters, and ranks 39th in the world. Fitzpatrick shared 12th at last week's US Open at Shinnecock, his performance lifting him beyond the points threshold needed for membership for the remainder of the season.
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 12:00:00 GMT
Starting with this week's Travelers Championship, there will be a new way to watch PGA Tour events on the weekend. The tour announced on Wednesday an agreement with Facebook to distribute Saturday and Sunday coverage on Facebook Watch for eight upcoming tournaments leading into the 2017-18 FedEx Cup Playoffs. “We are thrilled to add Facebook to an already impressive lineup of global digital and broadcast partners,” said Chris Wandell, VP Media Business Development of the PGA TOUR.
Thu, 21 Jun 2018 06:29:00 GMT
LSU’s men’s golf team is welcoming a heralded recruiting class for the 2018-19 academic year — a class that now includes the nation’s top junior golfer. Garrett Barber, a native of Stuart, Florida, has been named All-USA Boys Golfer of the Year. Barber capped his junior career at The Pine School by winning the 2017 Florida Class 1A state championship this past November by six strokes. He led the United States team to a victory in the inaugural Junior Presidents Cup in September and in January wonthe Jones Cup Invitational to earn a sponsor’s exemption into the PGA Tour’s RSM Classic in November. More recently, Barber and teammate Cole Hammer won the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball championship. Currently,
Thu, 21 Jun 2018 09:04:30 GMT
By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Reigning champion Jordan Spieth believes Tommy Fleetwood could be the biggest threat at next month's British Open after a sensational second place at Shinnecock Hills last week. Spieth was a mere spectator as Englishman Fleetwood fired a magnificent final-round 63 to match the lowest round in U.S. Open history and almost snatch victory. Fleetwood had to be content with runners-up spot, one stroke behind American Brooks Koepka, but Spieth said he could carry that momentum into Carnoustie when it starts on July 20.
Thu, 21 Jun 2018 18:46:05 GMT
Top-ranked Park In-bee of South Korea leads the world's top nine players into the LPGA's Northwest Arkansas Championship, final tuneup for next week's Women's PGA Championship. Park, a seven-time major winner whose most recent major win came at the 2015 Women's British Open, shared 13th last week in the Korea Women's Open and returns for her first LPGA event since finishing ninth at the US Women's Open.
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 09:16:59 GMT
Five-time British Open champion Peter Thomson died at his home in Melbourne on Wednesday after a four-year battle with Parkinson's disease, Golf Australia said. Considered one of Australia's greatest golfers, Thomson was the first from the country to win the British Open when he took the title in 1954. Thomson won the fifth of his British Open titles in 1965, a record only since matched by American Tom Watson, who won the last of his five titles in 1983.
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 04:00:00 GMT
In a major shakeup in the women’s college golf world, USC coach Andrea Gaston has accepted an offer to become the new head coach at Texas A&M. Gaston, who informed her players of her decision Monday night, has been one of the most successful coaches over the past two decades, leading the Trojans to three NCAA titles and producing five NCAA individual champions during her 22-year reign. This year was arguably Gaston’s most impressive coaching job.
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 15:54:19 GMT
Following his U.S. Open win in 2017, Brooks Koepka promptly flew to Vegas to celebrate and didn't tee it up again until the British Open. Koepka boarded a private plane at Shinnecock Hills after his second major victory, but he only made a brief detour home before returning to the northeast for this week's Travelers Championship. Koepka's not the worst play at TPC River Highlands, but combine the distractions of winning another major with playing the percentages (he still only has ONE PGA Tour win other than his two U.S. Open titles somehow), and I'm leaving him on the bench.
Thu, 21 Jun 2018 13:19:06 GMT
By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Reigning champion Jordan Spieth believes Tommy Fleetwood could be the biggest threat at next month's British Open after a sensational second place at Shinnecock Hills last week. Spieth was a mere spectator as Englishman Fleetwood fired a magnificent final-round 63 to match the lowest round in U.S. Open history and almost snatch victory. Fleetwood had to be content with runners-up spot, one stroke behind American Brooks Koepka, but Spieth said he could carry that momentum into Carnoustie when it starts on July 20.
England’s Danny Willett overtook his countrymen Luke Donald and Ross Fisher to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City, South Africa by four shots.
Tiger Woods returned to golf with some sweet swings and some flubbed chips. Our roundtable on Tiger’s rust, Jordan Spieth’s amazing run and Keegan Bradley benching the belly putter.
Jordan Spieth annihilated the field at the Hero World Challenge for his second-straight win, while tournament host Tiger Woods found reasons to be pleased with his last-place finish in his first start since the PGA Championship, writes Cameron Morfit.
Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington won the Asian Tour's Indoneasian Open on Sunday, ending a four-year drought, according to The Guardian.
Staked to a seven-shot lead, Spieth blew away an elite field at Isleworth and set two tournaments records Sunday when he closed with a 6-under 66 for a 10-shot victory over Henrik Stenson.
Tiger Woods looked better each day at the Hero World Challenge, his first event since the PGA Championship, but short-game miscues left him in last place Sunday afternoon at even-par.
While her uncle Tiger was struggling through his first tournament in four months at the Hero World Challenge, Cheyenne Woods locked up her 2015 LPGA Tour Card.
Bradley's Switch to Short Putter Pays Off
Tiger Woods threw up during his third round at the Hero World Challenge, but refused to quit, posting a 3-under 69. "Not bad, I’m only 15 back," he joked after his best round of the tournament, which included six birdies but also some chunked chip shots.
Follow Us © 2018 Copyright Contact Us  |   Privacy Policy
Book A Tee Time
Search by your area and then by the course name to book your tee time.
GolfNow Tee Times