Missing Our Approach Shots

Golfing is a strange game. When discussing approach shots on Twitter  I asked where most players missed. I did not stipulate how far or with which club, but I still have over 100 responses. Given where I miss the most, I am not surprised by the feedback of the respondents. Continue reading


Prediction for KPMG Women’s PGA Championship

This weekend is the second major on the LPGA. Last year’s winner, Brooke Henderson, will be teeing it up at 0840 hrs. After winning just two weeks ago, Brooke is poised to repeat as champion.

“In 2016, Brooke Henderson began her week at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship with a hole-in-one that won her a new car. She ended it with an even bigger keepsake – her first major championship, won in a battle against another of the LPGA Tour’s youngest stars, Lydia Ko. Henderson’s clinched the second victory of her career on the first extra hole at Sahalee Country Club.”  Continue reading

Review of Antigua Golf Shirts

A golf shirt is one of the more important pieces of golf apparel. A proper fitting shirt helps to promote freedom of movement needed for a smooth golf swing. Too restrictive or too loose of a shirt will definitely affect a player’s ability to fully complete the movements required during their swing. In December I received two golf shirts from Antigua to review and determine if they meet the requirements of an amateur golfer.

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Fantasy Golf Leagues

Do you belong to any Fantasy Golf Leagues? I do. A couple of years back, just for fun, I decided to join four of them from PGA Tour Fantasy Golf. I have had moderate success (usually in the top 3rd of the standings) by following the same process until this weekend. Realizing that my current selection criteria was not working, I decided to deviate from the norm and try a different approach. Well, what a difference! Continue reading

Match Play Format in Golf

Match Play format is suppose be the big equalizer in golf. It offers an opportunity for a player to rebound quickly if they have a blow up hole. Each hole is its own competition and each player has the opportunity to gain 0, half, or a full point. At the end of the round, we add up all the points and the player with most points win. Of course, there is more to playing in a Match Play event, but that is a discussion for another day. Continue reading