, LLC, LLC Launches New Golf Blog announces a new blog devoted specifically to all things golf including chipping, pitching, driving, putting, golf philosophy, along with opinions and editorials on the current events of golf.

North Brunswick, NJ, March 14, 2006 --( The 19th Hole Golf Blog has now officially launched. The inaugural post marks the update to the vastly improved and comprehensive Golf Score Tracker.

Originally launched in 2001 as a pay-for service, was turned into a free service in 2003, and was then completely redeveloped late in 2004. Within about 18 months thousands of new golfers had joined and upgrades, refinements, and improvements have continually been made to the service.

Adding to the breadth of stats incorporated into are several new updates that have been introduced for the spring golf season of 2006. Perhaps the most exciting update is the addition of graph displays. The new graphs are displayed on the new Stats Central Page, and the Golfer Welcome Page. The graphs show the score, number of fairways, greens in regulation, and putts for the golfer's last five rounds. Now, in addition to comprehensive text stats, golfers can visually see a description of their recent performance using a graphical display. It looks much nicer, too!

A new Stats Central page has been added. This page incorporates the all-time best/worst stats per round that used to be on the Golfer Welcome Page, the graph displays mentioned above, and the top 10, as compared to the previous top 3, rounds all time. New button graphics instead of plain text links have now been implemented, and the home page has been redesigned. And, is now offering the 19th Hole Golf Blog ( for opinions and editorial on all things golf.

Through all the upgrades and enhancements the service remains free!

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Mike D'Agostino