Swing Thoughts: March 2021

We’re back, and busy.

Did you miss us? Judging by February guest editor Lanto Griffin’s recent good form, we’re guessing not. In any case, we’re back from our Mexico event and busier than ever. This month we’re showcasing The Saticoy Club in SoCal, dropping a handful of new Digital features, and introducing our new referral game to anybody who likes stuff they can’t buy. Scroll to find more happenings among our favorite reads and feeds.

Rewards Money Can’t Buy

Successfully refer just one person to TGJ and we’ll send you a custom sleeve of Titleist Pro V1s, plus enter you to win one of 12 TGJ x Scotty Cameron putters. The more you refer, the more chances you’ll have to win. And it goes on and on. And on and on and on….





Short Iron: The Screw Up

If you’re not familiar with Sean of the SouthTGJ Senior Editor Tom Coyne says you’re missing out. In one of Tom’s personal favorites, Sean attempts to alleviate the anxiety of a lovesick, senioritis-plagued high-schooler, but shockingly pivots towards his hatred of golf instead. Thanks, Tom?

Sean of the South

Mid-Iron: Why swearing is a sign of intelligence, helps manage pain and more

Does your four-letter vocabulary extend beyond “Fore!?” Good news! Turns out that may be a sign of intelligence, honesty and a way to manage pain. Now for your club throwing…sorry, got nothing for you.


Long Iron: DeChambeau’s NFT Art Sale Is Met With A Cool Reception

If you’re totally confused about this NFT situation, congratulations—you’ll fit right in here. One person seemingly crystal clear on the digital art revolution is none other than the reigning U.S. Open champ. Geoff Shackelford does his best to break down what Bryson’s NFT actually is and why folks are (n)ot (f)***ing (t)hrilled about it.

Geoff Shackelford


The Dirty Groove Vol. 25

A quarter century later, 1996 platinum turns to silver.

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