I love the old adage that a two inch putt is worth the same number of strokes a 275 yard drive. Lately, I have decided to focus on the number … Continue Reading Putting Technique: Aim Small/Miss Small
Are you new to golf and feel uncomfortable talking to stranger? Do dinner parties with your spouse fill you with dread trying to be instant friends with her coworkers’ spouses who you know nothing about? Golf can be like that but I have the tips to save you.
To all the golf writers out there, here is a quick suggestion from me to write a golf book casual golfers can identify with.
I find some golf books in random swings by the book store, wandering internet searches, and other times walking along family bookshelves. I think that is where the true treasures reside. and This book is a treasure.
There are times when a swing happens so purely that I cannot remember what I did to achieve such greatness. This is called mushin in martial arts, no mindness.”
After playing a great round of 87, the next morning, I was snap hooking every drive. Uncle Ed stopped me on the 10th tee and gave me the best quick lesson to stop the hooks.
Wiley E. Coyote might be one of the most important golf instructors who never swung a golf club. He can teach us all a lot about maintaining positive thinking and focus.
Dr. Bob Rotella’s The Golfer’s Mind takes a look at the mental side of golf and how we can improve our mental game to play better on the golf course.
I remember a very important life lesson I learning during my summer job in college as a roofer. I was pining over the release of Terminator 2 and having no … Continue Reading Playing Golf with Stranger
There comes a time in every adult golfer’s life when pride is swallowed with a a light Bordelaise sauce and help is asked for. After trying everything short of a … Continue Reading The Best Way to Prepare for a Golf Lesson