There are a lot of golfers out there. 25 million in fact (2011 figures from NGF.) Acting as a caddie for my 12 year-old nephew during a USGA sponsored event at Spring Valley Lake Country Club for the USGA Junior Amateur Qualifying was like a slap in the face when forced to know and practice. . . .
Beat the heat. Stay hydrated. Stay cool. Play well in the heat. I am not a doctor, nor do I play one on television. I do however play a lot of golf in the heat and I have quite a few friends that do as well. Take some advice from a few seasoned veterans playing. . . .
The Etiquette Nerds, Jeff and Amy of Swingpointmedia, present another edition of Etiquette Moments. For this episode, Jeff and Amy, explain flag-stick etiquette. The flag-stick, who’s supposed to pull it out and who supposed to put it back in the hole when you’ve completed the hole. Jeff and Amy, The Etiquette Nerds of SwingPointMedia have. . . .
Shebylo: Author I have decided, in these articles, to write about my first hand experience with custom golf club fitting and building; what I have learned and how it has helped. None of my improvement would have been possible without Don and what he has taught me about the club and the game. With the. . . .
I went to Palm Springs, played Desert Springs and Shadow Hills, and I golfed with my instructor Peter Brown. Here are some of my thoughts about these past experiences and how it relates to my Aimpoint experience. Outing in Desert Springs & Shadow Ridge: I putted very well. I hit the ball crappy, but I. . . .