14 Old Golf Websites That Are Totally '90s
Believe it or not, the Internet didn't always exist. Once it started to gain traction in the early '90s, it was only a matter of time before golf websites came along
February 04, 2014
Ugh. What can we say? It was the '90s, man. At least we were publishing into the cloud way before anybody else.
Exclamation points are fun online! Oh well, at least there were no clouds.
It may have been 1996, but Augusta National was still keeping it classy.
Quote of the day: "Like the Rolling Stones, some golfers couldn't get no satisfaction in 1996."
Someone tell Jack Nicklaus the USGA has a message for him: "It's not time for hibernation!!!"
Wondering why the whole site is squished over to the left? It's all part of that '90s charm.
Not a bad name they gave themselves, "Golf's Global Clubhouse."
Welcome to our official website! Now, pick up the phone and give us a call.
The bigger question here: Why won't Don Pooley stop staring?
There are a few names you might recognize here, especially that guy on the Boys Second Team. What's his name. . .Hunter Mahan?
Spoiler alert: Ernie Els went on to win that tournament.
Don't worry about that banner image. Or all those tabs that aren't there.
I don't know about you, but who doesn't want to "Watch Tiger Morph"?
GregNorman.com (Shark.com), 1999
"Win a secret agent weekend," courtesy of Greg Norman.