Part of my challenge in writing these articles is finding topics that aren't commonly covered. The internet grows exponentially by the hour with countless tips and tricks that are promised to revolutionize your game and add another 30 yards to your driver. I think we can all agree that the majority of these videos aren't … Continue reading How to Take a Golf Lesson
Par. The measuring stick we're all compared to. "Is this a par 5?" "What did you shoot?" "...3 over." In golf, everything is related to par, and I think it's doing more harm than good. For any non-golfer's reading this, the term "par" is defined as the number of strokes an expert player should normally … Continue reading What is YOUR Par?
A couple of years ago, I was having a conversation with a student of mine who was competing locally on the Eggland's Best Ladies Professional Golf Tour. During our conversation I told her the scoring average for players who made the last check in the previous five events was 76. Met with an unbelievable amount … Continue reading What it Takes to Make Money Playing Mini Tour Golf
With all that is going on in the world right now, you probably have a lot of extra time on your hands. If you're like me, you prefer to spend that time productively. Books are one of the cheapest ways to gain an education and can be a great distraction from technology. Being the son … Continue reading The Best Books for your Golf Game
One of the oldest sayings in golf is, "Lay up to a comfortable yardage that gives you a full swing." In other words, a full swing is easier to repeat than having to manage a partial swing with a wedge. With the advancement of strokes gained statistics, thanks to Dr. Mark Broadie, the lay up … Continue reading Master Your Wedges