How to Make A Golf Shot

Shot selection is critical; I guess I do not have to tell any of you reading today’s post. Every shot has multiple options and selecting the right one can either lead to success or disaster. Additionally, there is no one rule that applies to all shots because of the plethora of factors that can affect each shot. Yet, I do have a guideline I use that helps me select the right club to perform the right type of shotContinue reading

Never Give Up on a Round Of Golf

The title might lead you to believe that I am going talk about grinding out a round after a slow start. Or I might suggest that one shot is all that it takes to change your fortune on the links. All of these ideas are definitely true, but it is easy to talk about hope when the chips are down. What about when you are playing really well and you are waiting for the other shoe to drop. You know what I mean; that time when your round is going so well that when you make a poor shot, you are relieved because the inevitable happened. Talk about setting ourselves up to fail! Continue reading

What Makes a Memorable Round of Golf

What makes a memorable round of golf? This is a tough question for most amateurs because the answer is limitless. A memorable round of golf is so subjective that defining just one idea only cheapens all the other experiences. Personally, I have experienced many memorable rounds and to narrow it down to just one is almost impossible. Can you do it? Continue reading

New Golf Rules Are Coming

In March 2017, the governing bodies of golf released the draft rules for the golfing world to peruse. After some feedback, they will make the final announcement in the spring of 2018 with the new rules becoming law on 1 January 2019. The changes are significant and in some cases, not so much. Reading the recent addition of the Golf Canada Magazine, they outlined 5 specific rules I thought were worth discussing. Continue reading