Is it too early to be thinking about Christmas? Well, it is actually, but in this case it is more about being prepared. If you are like most golfers, we are very particular about the “golf stuff” we receive. There is plenty of options, but each player has unique needs and requirements. As such, having a running golf list helps take the stress out of the giver’s life. This list helps others enjoy in milestones more because they know they will buy you something you want. Unfortunately, most amateurs do not have a list and I a surprised. Continue reading
It snowed again last night! This dump was just a couple of inches, but enough where I need to get on my warmish clothes and head out to the driveway. This will be my “Ground Hog” experience for the next 5 months. Of course it does not snow every day, but there is always something to do outside and for that I am grateful! Continue reading
Every year, November 11 is a special day to Canadians. Today, we take the time to honor the fallen, wounded and serving military men, women and their families. Their sacrifices have allowed for the freedoms we enjoy today. It is important to give thanks and be grateful for our wonderful lives they protect.
Yesterday I was impressed by many things, but two tweets in particular caught my attention. They are nothing spectacular with respect to changing the world, but it shows how professional golfers can take 5 minutes to improve their 3 foot space. Phil Mickelson and Tony Finau are tour stars, but they never seem to forget their roots! Continue reading
#GolfChat is the fastest hour in golf! Every Tuesday evening at 8 pm EST, we congregate on Twitter to discuss golf. There is no specific topic, but to guide the conversation a series of six are posed by the readers prior to starting. It is great fun and a wonderful way to pass time during our 5 month lay off from golf. Well, I posed a question last week about the best training aids used by the golfchatters and the response was amazing! Continue reading