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
he driving range is a place of opportunity to improve your golf game. But how are you going to polish your golf skills with a bucket of 75 worn out yellow stripe range balls (pronounce Ran – che)? There are two schools of thought: improve through repetition or practice like you play. We will look at both and see which one you should use and when.
Recently, my wife went to a business trip in Colorado and I went along as a dutiful husband. The destination: Colorado Springs and the Broadmoor Golf Club. I did not take my clubs because I was leaving a day before her but the schedule opened and I found myself with a day to have fun. I called the pro shop and got a tee time on the West course and was grateful for the opportunity.
1757 Golf Club is located conveniently to Dulles International Airport. I bring this up as a plus for any aircraft spotting fans. The back of the course is on the approach end of the airport.
There are some golf courses that show you how golf should be played. Kiawah’s Turtle Point is one of those courses. Beautiful from top to bottom. What a day!
The concept of the error chain can be defined as a series of decisions that made one after another that lead to a terrible situation. This could all be eliminated by recognizing the start point and make a safe and prudent decision. This is easy to do on the ground but through training and constant vigilance the error chain can be eliminated.
To all the golf writers out there, here is a quick suggestion from me to write a golf book casual golfers can identify with.
Seeing an alligator on the golf course always adds element of excitement for me. When you encounter one of these living dinosaurs, what should you do? Let’s find out.
Sometimes golf course architects decide to make the first hole a soul crusher right out the gates. The mood of the day is set early with a double bogey and a lost golf ball.
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.
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.
GWBAA had a record setting 2019 Golf Classic. Check out tips and events we enjoyed to make it a great day on the course for charity.
Hopewell Valley Golf is a fun course that no one knows about yet. If you are in central Jersey, peel off and give this course a run before everyone finds out about it.
English Turn Golf Club offers a great round of golf for those visiting New Orleans and want to escape the city for a while. I really enjoyed this course and all it had to offer, even #15.
There are some golf course holes that are classics, legendary, or just too beautiful not to go for it. You will abandon your strategy and let it rip in an attempt for glory.
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.”