Remembering A Great Day On The Golf Course

Most days on the links are awesome! I love walking the course enjoying the ambiance of nature in a well manicured area. Of course, the beauty of each hole offers something different, but that is really secondary some days to the experience of golfing with friends and sometimes strangers. It is those days that help pass the long winters nap my golf game is taking and today is one of those days!

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Just a Quick Reminder About Golf Contests on Social Media

Well, it is that time of year that I start entering the plethora of Golf Giveaway Contests. As companies, new and old, try to generated more interest and income through their (like, tag, and retweet) style of sales, I find that I like some contests more than others. It really has nothing to do with the prizes (somewhat) but more as to how the contest is conducted. Let me explain!

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Building Mental Strength In Golf

Equally important as a grooved swing is a strong mental game. Like you swing mechanics and course management players need to dedicate time to build mental strength in order to avoid a miss hit due to pressure or stress. The challenge for most players is not dedicating the time to fortify their ability to perform under pressure. It really is an important aspect of focused training overlook by many. The question for most is: ‘how do I build mental strength to perform under pressure’? Well, that is a great question indeed.

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A Friend is Honoured By Volleyball Nova Scotia

In the past, I had the great fortune of being introduced to a fantastic coach and teacher. Morgan Snow was a volleyball coach in rural Nova Scotia who constantly developed fantastic volleyball players and overall nice young women and men. My daughter played under his tutelage and a went on to play University volleyball and Nipissing in North Bay, Ontario. Morgan has touched the lives of many a young volleyball player and was finally recognized for his outstanding guidance to the volleyball and local community. Congratulations Morgan!

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Guessing the Distance Needed To Land My Chip

So, you are standing 15 yards off the green and the pin is short sided. You select your club and then have to figure out where to land the ball so it will release to the hole. It is a decision that we golfers make at least a dozen times a round (give or take a few). The trick is ‘do you have a process’ or do you just guess the distance?

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