Monthly Archives: February 2015

About Me

I am a family person that has always enjoyed helping those around me to sort out their problems, or listened when someone needs to get something of their chest. This quality probably has something to do with my parents; there was nothing they wouldn’t do for people. I remember my dad, driving all night just to pick up a neighbor that was stranded at an airport some 6 hours away. This neighbor at the time wasn’t even a close Read More...

Strategy

Your strategy on the golf course can be the difference between a mediocre, good or great round. Strategy or course management is a skill that has to be learnt and to do this one must get playing experience. This experience must also be gained through playing with better players. This can for some players be intimidating, and perhaps some will be embarrassed to play with golfers that seemingly do not make mistakes, are noticeably angry when they hit a Read More...

Routine

One thing that separates a good golfer from an inconsistent performer is their routine. A routine is key for being able to maintain your cool when a pressure situation arises. The situation could present itself on the first tee of your first club championship, an approach to green surrounded by water or a 3 foot putt needed to beat your biggest adversary. All of the above, and more, situations can present a golfer with a challenge that seems out of Read More...
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