Fairways Fund Raiser for Junior Golf Around The World

I am posting the following information about Fairways and Awesome 4somes in support of two #GOLFCHAT authors and golf bloggers. Tiff and Jeremy have taken it upon them selves to expand golf around the world. Maybe you would like to help as well.

All the information below was taken from the Fairways website. Continue reading

The Shaft of A Golf Club – Important or Not?

Golf equipment has evolved greatly since I started playing golf. In over 40 years, you name the piece of kit and we can trace a plethora of advancements. Before we chase the rabbit down its hole, we can discuss the merit of these changes at a later date.  During my fitting a few years back, there was one piece of equipment Jeff Stephenson, the Titleist fitter, said was critical to this entire process: the shaft. He indicated that fitting the right shaft to the correct swing speed made the difference between a good set of clubs and a great one. Continue reading

Breaking Par in Golf

Breaking par in golf is the ultimate benchmark. I realized that it is out of the realm of possibility for many players, however other than having a solid game, there is one trait that all top golfers share. These élite players expect to shoot low scores and a desire to continually play better is the corner-stone of great golf. Continue reading

Competition Makes You a Better Golfer!

If you are going to play a sport, then I think it is important to compete from time to time. Competition helps gauge your skill against the competitors of the day and highlights potential flaws in your game. Through the years, I have played in many tournaments. I have won my fair share and each time I compete, I  learn something new.  Continue reading

Sinking Your Shot From The Fairway

The euphoria of sinking a shot from the fairway is difficult to describe. The anticipation as the ball flies towards the target with a chance of going in the hole is awesome. Interestingly, before contact, I think every one of my shots is going in the hole, however it rarely happens. I hit the flag at least 3 or 4 times a year, but I rarely hit my ball in the hole outside of 20 yards. But apparently, others have had greater success. Continue reading