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.
It is time to turn the harsh flashlight of truth onto myself. As I mature as a golfer, I discovered secrets of the game that I wish I could tell myself 30 years ago.
There is no one way to get the ball to the hole once you are within the short game range. I use four different clubs depending on the distance and lie of the ball. Check of which clubs and why.
There is something about par 3 holes that frustrate me. The hole is only 150 yards away yet my scorecard suffers whenever I get to these seemingly easy holes.
There are some shots that freeze the blood and light the scorecard on fire. I built a list of my worst golf shots and how they kill me every time.
I want to get improve my golf game and shoot lower score. I looked at my stats and know where I need to improve.
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.
After covering my scorecard with too many double bogeys, I stopped trying and starting playing each shot one at a time. The results were liberating and resulted in a great round.
It is time to think about how I can improve my golf game and start scoring lower on a regular basis. I have a plan.
The Rezults Chipper is designed for the approach shot that did not quite make it to the green. But is it worth the money?
The short game is key a good game of golf. I cannot seem to find the touch with a my 56 degree wedges within 30 yards. Got any pointers?
The Casual Golfers United HQ is full of golf stuff (as you would expect). There are clubs on the walls, scorecards stuffed in my desk drawer, golf books on the … Continue Reading PuttOut Pressure Putter Puts Me to the Test
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.
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