We have all been there sitting in your car after a tough round of golf wondering what the hell just happened? Each hole is reviewed and each stroke over handicapped … Continue Reading Did the Golf Course Win or Did You Lose?
Unconscious Putting is Dave Stockton’s book on getting better at putting by focusing on feel and less about putting mechanics.
USGA says you can carry no more than 14 clubs. I raised the bar and played 18 holes with only 3 clubs.
There are certain things you don’t mess with in the universe and one is a lucky golf ball. Such power must be harnessed for better scoring.
SwingPlane is an app that allows you to record and analyze your golf swing on your phone. Watch your swing frame by frame and find out where you can improve.
To make a good shot you have to aim the golf ball to your target. There are several techniques but I use the one Jack Nickolas taught for years and years.
I decided to build a putter stand from scratch with little wood working knowledge, lacking proper tools but with a can do attutide.
Old South Golf Links offered a fun day on the course with some challenging holes. I found the greens and their run more challenging.
From time to time, a tee box won’t be lined up with the hole. Time to test the trust in your aim. Learn about how to overcome this mental challenge.
I played Crosswinds Golf Club to write up a golf course review. My golf play had been decent lately and expected a nice high 80s/low 90s round. I walked to … Continue Reading Playing a Golf Course for Revenge
The Inner Game of Golf takes a look into the two golfers we all are. It provides ways to control the mental aspect of the game of golf to play at your greatest potential.
Playing through can be stressful but there are ways to make it easy.
One great way to make a golfing day better is to find golf balls. Find out our hints and tricks to be a better golf ball hound.
It has been 100 articles for the start of Casual Golfers United. It has been a fun journey for me and I look forward to the next 100.
There are two driving ranges in this world. The one you practice on and the other you warm up before the first tee. Depending which one you are stepping should determine your routine.
Not everyone is a bubbly person who is the life of the party. Someone people like their own company. Golf can still be a game for them. Here are some ideas for introvert golfers.