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5 Reasons Why Slow Play Doesn’t Have To Be Boring

5 Reasons Why Slow Play Doesn’t Have To Be Boring

We’ve all been there before, stuck behind that slow foursome. You seethe in frustration as they each three-putt their way to a fist pump and high-fives. But slow play doesn’t have to knock you out of your rhythm and steal your joy. 1. Meet New People If you’re anything like me, golfing alone is not only fun, it’s therapeutic. But [...]

by · April 14, 2014 · 0 comments · Everyday Golf
Focus on Your Game – The Takeaway

Focus on Your Game – The Takeaway

The moment you take the club away from the ball defines the probable success or failure of your shot. By this I do not mean how your body moves: whether you have a one-piece takeaway or something else. What I am about to say concerns the condition of your mind.What all of us want to hit the ball in the [...]

by · November 1, 2012 · 0 comments · The Mental game
Golfer Stabbed While Attempting to Play Through

Golfer Stabbed While Attempting to Play Through

Just when you think you’ve heard everything, you come across an article like THIS. An excerpt from the Golf Channel article below: “Carpenter was part of a threesome who asked to play through the foursome ahead of them because of their pace of play. Claiming a club employee told them to play through, the victim alleges he was confronted by [...]

by · February 7, 2012 · 0 comments · Everyday Golf
Steady Steve Stricker a fantasy golf stalwart

In fantasy golf, you're in Hawaii today

It might be time to wind down your fantasy football season when you find yourself agonizing over Bear Pascoe vs. Richie Brockel for your last pick of the playoff draft. Another clue: You’ve actually heard of Richie Brockel. Worst of all: You’re seriously upset when both guys get picked before your turn. It might be time to start watching real [...]

by · January 6, 2012 · 0 comments · Everyday Golf, PGA Tour