Finally there is a sporting event that is worth my time and my money. I don’t bet big, but I do like to put a little money of the bigger events such as the NCAA basketball tournament, the MLB playoffs, KC Chiefs games, NFL playoffs and the golf Majors.
I am not a stats guy when it comes to golf. I rarely keep track of stats such as Driving Accuracy Percentage; Greens In Regulation; Sand Save Percentage; Scrambling Percentage
There is no law that says you have to sign up for a tournament, but if you do, be prepared to get prepared
Other words besides “erratic” that come to mind when describing my golf game these days are: inconsistent, flighty, unreliable, meandering and unpredictable. To put it simply, I am scratching my head trying to figure out what is going on with my game.
How many times have you started a sentence with those two words? Well, depending how I have played on a given day, I have described/defined the game a million different ways.
With the golf season in full swing, I thought sharing the timeless wisdom of Instagram star Bobby Jones (1902 – 1971) would be both instructive and inspirational.
I am going into Fourth of July week in great spirits because I love celebrating our country’s declaration of independence from Great Britain – and, yes, I will get to play a fair amount of golf with my friends.
In order to get into The Fun Zone, I started looking for golf quotes that put a smile on my face.
I am in an unusual place in my life right now. A fair number of my putts are going in. I wish I knew why.
I understand that the world is constantly changing. Just look at the world’s greatest game.
While there is only one Father’s Day a year, every day – well, almost every day – is a great day to be father. Here are Ten Things I Love About Being A Dad. (Yes, I know there are hundreds.)
We know who is cool under pressure, who is struggling with his putting, who is changing drivers and who has taken up hot yoga in order to increase his flexibility.
What’s really crazy maddening is when your best and your worst show up on the same day. One hole you are putting for birdie from 2 ½ feet, two holes later you are asking your partners, “Was that an 8 or a 9?”
“You are never too old to set another goal, or to dream a new dream.” – British writer C.S. Lewis (1898 to 1963). It’s not hard to admit, but
While many low-handicap golfers thrive in medal events where there is pressure on every shot, the more garden-variety golfers like me prefer match play, the one-bad-hole-won’t-kill-me format.