Posts in category "Golf"

Making Memories On Florida's West Coast

Making Memories On Florida's West Coast
This isn’t so much a post about golf course reviews as it is about friendship on the golf course. The two courses I played here on Florida’s West Coast were fun and challenging, but how many of my readers would play them? I’ve had the privilege the last few days to spend some time with an old... Read more »

Fall Approaches And Another Golf Season Ends

Fall Approaches And Another Golf Season Ends
As fall approaches and another golf season ends. As we move closer to shorter days and longer nights. Lets stop and be grateful for the opportunities we’ve had this year. We should all take time to appreciate the opportunities to participate in our chosen extracurriculars. Whether it be golf, biking, fishing on a warm summers day, we have... Read more »

The Ryder Cup Matches Fast Approach

The Ryder Cup Matches Fast Approach
We’re fast approaching the Ryder Cup Matches. On September 25-30 held at Medinah Country Club, some of the greatest golfers in the world will be competing for a chance to make their country proud. This is not a tournament about money or points. It’s about prestige. It’s about bragging rights. It’s about love of country. No greater event will... Read more »
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I Hit The Links Because I Love Golf: Sometimes Even To Find Solace

I Hit The Links Because I Love Golf: Sometimes Even To Find Solace
I hit the links because I love golf. Sometimes even to find solace. I love everything about golf. What I like most about the game is it’s an individual sport and not a team sport. If I play bad, or the mechanics of my swing breaks down, I pay the price. Individually. No one to... Read more »

Walking The Course Series - John Daly

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I am an admirer of the series on The Golf Channel called David Feherty. If you haven’t seen this series you should really consider watching it. He does interviews with A-List golfers. I saw the episode when he had John Daly on and I gained an all new respect for the man. He has gone through... Read more »

11 Ways To Par The Economic Recession In Golf

11 Ways To Par The Economic Recession In Golf
It seems that the sport of golf is still having an economic recession along with the rest of the country. In an article that can be viewed here only supports my claim. But the question is, what can be done to stop the slide? I know that many Americans are in a stranglehold when it comes to... Read more »
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My Buddy Bob: A New Golfer Will Hit The Links

My Buddy Bob: A New Golfer Will Hit The Links
I’ve been friends with my buddy Bob for 40 years. We went to grammar and high schools together. We played on the same little league team and hockey team. Bob is one of my oldest and dearest friends and to know him is to love him. Now on to why all this is relevant. Bob... Read more »

Stay Safe In The Extreme Heat

Stay Safe In The Extreme Heat
Yesterday I had the opportunity to play Cog Hill Country Club, past home of the PGA Tour’s BMW Championship. My brother-in-law invited me to play in his mens league as one of his regulars couldn’t. Any of you that know me know that when I have a chance to play golf with family I’m all over... Read more »

Golf As A Spectator Sport: Up Close And Personal

Golf As A Spectator Sport: Up Close And Personal
How do you view golf as a spectator sport? When you go to see the Cubs, Sox, Bears, Hawks or Bulls play, you enter into an Arena. When you go to a golf tournament, your out in nature. You’re walking amongst the tree’s and at times, the wildlife that inhabits a golf course. Out east playing courses... Read more »
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Golf Is Cool

Golf Is Cool
When you first stared playing golf, what drew you to the game? Was it a friend who played? A family member? Joined the team in school perhaps? For me it was my father. With a little poking and prodding he finally got me on the golf course in my mid-teens. At the time I didn’t think golf... Read more »