Our family celebrates Thanksgiving because we are thankful for God’s grace and providence. His unfailing love and provisions. His peace and joy that he infuses into our lives. The enjoyment of this day is increased with Preparation. Continue reading Thanksgiving Preparation
One of the best “quick tips” I have ever heard: “Pick a high target.” This tip came from Bob Nelson. Bob was a chaplain on the PGA tour who started a ministry where he would travel to different churches as an evangelist. Continue reading Quick Tip – Pick A High Target
What is a Shoulder Plane?
Simply put, the shoulder plane is the rotational plane of your shoulders. (e.g. If you stand up straight and rotate your shoulders they are turning on a “horizontal” plane, or if you bend over at your Continue reading Shoulder Plane – Fast Track to Better Golf
This past week, the 145th playing of The Open (British Open) golf tournament was hosted at Royal Troon in Scotland. It’s a beautiful Links golf course with a great history and adverse conditions. Continue reading Golf & Life In Adverse Conditions
The Journey Began
This is the first post for Andrew’s Junior Golf. I want to get you up to speed on what he has done so far and where he is headed. Continue reading Junior Journey Begins
USGA Integrity Check
The USGA talks about keeping the integrity of the game. They go as far as putting performance limits on golf clubs, limiting certain types of strokes like an anchored putter and the Sam Snead style side saddle. This past weekend at the US Open, arguably their biggest stage, they attempted to flex their muscles but ultimately made one big hypocritical mistake. Continue reading Dustin Johnson – The USGA was Hypocritical!
What is a Mashie Niblick?
Let’s learn what a Mashie Niblick is.
A Mashie Niblick is a 7-iron. Where did the name come from? Well to answer that question we must travel back in time to before the “modern” golfing era.
Before around 1920 clubs had names not numbers. Cool names like Brassie, Spoon, and Jigger. Continue reading What Is A Mashie Niblick Anyway?
Why Patience Is Important In Golf
Why do you need Patience? If you have ever had a bad day, you know that things will eventually get better. You’ve heard that “time heals all wounds.” While this may be true, how do you make time go faster? Continue reading Patience on the Golf Course