Slow play seems to have become a large issue on all of the Professional golf tours. Players are speaking out, announcers have opinions and even the PGA Tour seems to be talking about how to handle the situation. To repeat what I said in a previous post. Golf is a great game and most of… Continue reading Which Amateur Golfer are You?
I started this post in January of this year with the intention of trying to help the average amateur golfer deal with the new rule changes. Unfortunately, I came to an impasse. Not really a writers block, but a realization of how the rules are applied or ignored my the average golfer and not sure… Continue reading 2019 Rules of Golf and You
PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE! All of our lives we have heard that to do anything well requires a lot of practice. We’ve heard that in school, in sports, you name it. Why should golf be any different. Some players have natural talent and pick up the game easily. However, even these players who quickly move to… Continue reading Your Private Practice Facility
I believe it is undeniable, no matter who you are, you get on the course one day and nothing works. We’ve seen pros shoot rounds of way too many shots over par. For the amateur, it’s that round that can be 7 to 10 shots over your average. A round like that is nothing but… Continue reading The Round That Got Away
As I looked to follow up on my recent blog “Road to Game Improvement I”, I realized that I should actually track my game at this point so the information and results I may relate to you will be current. So guess there will be a “Road to Game Improvement III”. I then realized that… Continue reading Road to Game Improvement II
How is your game? Do you want to improve? Of course you do, everyone wants to play better golf. What is your road to improvement? Believe me it is personal to you. I can’t tell you what your road is. I can give you a list of ways I believe you can approach improvement and… Continue reading Road to Game Improvement I