Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott develop a golfing process to help us reach the impossible (18 birdies in one round = Golf54). Every Golf Shot Must Have a Purpose shows how to practice and play to reach this lofty goal.
Is it better to play for score or play for the most consistent swing quality? That depends on the goal os the round or long term golfing goals. We take a look at both and see which is the best.
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
Golf is a complex yet simple game that is as much mental as it is physical. Golf is a riddle with a different answer for each golfer.
The term bucket list is fun and yet dark phrase to describe adventures and experiences we want to have before we depart for the clubhouse in the sky. In The … Continue Reading The Range Bucket List
Golf and cigars are a great way to enjoy a day on the course. It is not for everyone but I find it is the accent on a great day.
Bad decisions on the golf course can be avoided if we take the time to recognize them before they happen. How do you recognize a bad golfing strategy decision in the making?
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.
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.
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.
How do I miss my scorecard goals when I play? The better question is where? And the answer is the back 9. Let’s take a look at why and see what I can do to fix it.
There I stood on the steps of the clubhouse looking over the practice green watching two golfers push their carts toward the first tee. I had just handed in a … Continue Reading My Worst to Best Round of Golf
When it is too cold, snowy, or wet to play golf, you can still practice those important putts. Check out my set up.
Do you want a book to break down the golf swing to its simplest elements? Then you need to pick up Keep It Simple Golf by Oliver Spedding.