Welcome to The Breakfast Ball

There is a ton of golf substance inside The Breakfast Ball, and you can hop right into the content by clicking on the following categories:

  • THE BLOG – Everything we’ve done in chronological order
  • REVIEWS – A list of all the reviews we’ve done in chronological order (also sortable by companies by clicking HERE)
  • PODCAST – The info page for The Chasing Daylight Podcast (episodes can be found HERE)
  • JUST THE TIP – Our YouTube swing tip series featuring Stephen Noland (episodes list can be found HERE)
  • OUR STORE PAGE – Grab all your Breakfast Ball gear here!
  • PHOTO GALLERIES – Some photo galleries Mathew has taken as he’s journeyed around the golfing world
  • THE BREAKFAST BALL TEAM – Who we are and what we do
  • AFFILIATE LINKS – Looking to save a few bucks? Check out the brands we’ve partnered with to help you save some money!

If you’re interested in more information about The Breakfast Ball, you can scroll done and read a little bit about why the golf blog started.

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Here are all the different branches of The Breakfast Ball Family:


The blog started back in December of 2009.

That was after a couple of golf outings with some long-time friends where I was clearly the group’s worst golfer. Having a long history of the game, going back to when I was a kid spending my afternoons on the course with my Grandfather, the way I played those rounds was outright embarrassing. I decided afterward that some serious changes had to occur if I ever wanted to compete with these guys. That was how it all started, lackluster performance, and a passion for playing better. A lot like a real Breakfast Ball.

My vision for the blog was for it to be an online diary of my progress. A forum for me to make and keep notes along with bits of information that, if I needed to, I could look back and reflect on what had taken place. I wanted to share with everyone the places I’ve played, the equipment I’m using, the people I’ve met, and have a place where individuals who love this game feel like they can engage in conversation about golf and not feel intimidated.

The Breakfast Ball website has evolved way beyond my expectations, and I couldn’t be happier. My vision remains the same, but as I have grown as a player, the blog has changed as well. I’ve made some amazing connections in the golfing world. My writing skills had improved when you compare it to when I started this blog and the content, I think, is a great resource for not only players that are just starting out but also the season veterans who might want to relax and read some golf stories.

What you’ll find within the pages of The Breakfast Ball?

Since the beginning of this blog, my goal has always been to become a better player. That hasn’t changed even though, through the years, the blog’s identity has vastly been updated.

What started as a way for me to vent my frustrations with the game has now evolved into a review site and a podcast. If you asked me 10 years ago where this blog would be, I seriously doubt I would not have listed podcast as one of the avenues.

Yet, I’m having more fun than ever hosting and producing The Chasing Daylight podcast.

My goal is still to get better. I’ve started playing more golf and began to enter tournaments last year. I’ve been fortunate to meet and befriend some incredible people in the industry, and because of that, my knowledge of the game has grown in ways I never knew was possible.

So to answer the question I presented in this heading. Inside the pages of The Breakfast Ball, you’ll find a history of reviews and articles from the amazing people that have been apart of the blog going back to Andrew, JT, James, and more. You’ll also find some excellent rants, swing tips, and casual reads we feel any golfer would enjoy.

Currently, we have a great group of passionate golfers that I’m thrilled to have on the team. To check out who’s currently with us, click HERE.

Thank you for visiting, and I hope you enjoy what you find.

I hope you enjoy reading through The Breakfast Ball pages and feel free to leave a comment or participate in any of the discussions that take place. The more, the merrier!

Thanks for checking us out, and enjoy the blog!

-Mathew

If you would like to go to the beginning and read the blog from the start, click on this link:

The First Post 12/29/2009