With so many mobile golf apps out, how does Golfshot stack up? We took it for a multiple round demo to see if you should add it to your phone.
Technology is a wonderful thing and has changed modern life for the better and that definitely has come to the world of golf. In my day, I was a young … Continue Reading Golf Laser Range Finder vs. Mobile Apps
When it is too cold, snowy, or wet to play golf, you can still practice those important putts. Check out my set up.
For some areas of the country, golf is a year round game. Is it fair to review and judge a course in the winter though with the grass dormant and slow to dry. Let’s examine this debate.
Waking up to play golf when it is still dark can be considered crazy but I have grown to like it There are benefits to being the first golfer on the course.
BirdEase is a great website to help you organize, promote, and run your next golf tournament. Check out the features that set it apart.
I have a routine before I start a round of golf. The length of the routine depends on if I made it to the course on time and the quality … Continue Reading Pre-round Putting Practice
Some days the bear eats you and some days you get his pizza delivery. that doesn’t make sense and neither does how poorly I played golf today.
Golf is a game of style and class but are you a classy golfers? Let’s find out.
Southbridge Golf Club is a fun course that weaves through the development. The course layout offers some challenging holes and is at a fair price.
The Gimme Putt is an act of kindness in golf but when and why to offer one.
There are times on the golf course when I am faced with a tough decision and tougher golf shot. I find myself with a tough lie, in between clubs, obstacle … Continue Reading New for 2019: Call Your Golf Shot
2018 is over so it is time to look back and see how I did. Next step is to see what I can do in 2019 to get better.
The day can best be described as wet. The forecast did not lie and it rained most of the day at Fox Hollow Golf Club. Despite the crummy weather, we … Continue Reading Fox Hollow Golf Club Provided a Fine Scottish Day of Golf
Charity golf tournaments are a great way to raise money and awareness for your organization or cause. I have chaired the Greater Washington Business Aviation Association’s golf tournament for the past nine years. We raise money for the organization and the Aero Club of Washington Foundation and the Corporate Angel Network. In the years, I have seen different approaches from sponsors sitting at the holes to interact with golfers. I wanted to share some tips to make the most of this opportunity.
Looking at these techniques, how can we apply them to a bad hole in golf? I don’t mean to take your vengeance physically on the hole. If we treat the bad hole as the attacker on our enjoyment of the round and positive mental state, how can we combat that attack?