So You Think You Can Hit A Stinger

I can say without question I rarely use a stinger golf shot. It is not one of those things that I have practiced much either, but I feel I can hit one if I have too. I want to thank Kevin for today’s inspiration because he sent me the video at the end of this article. Can you hit a stinger on command?

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What Does It Take To Be A Scratch Golfer?

My goal to be a scratch golfer will always be at the forefront of my golfing goals. I believe that I need a vision for my future golf game to lower my handicap. On a side note, if you are wondering “A vision is a vivid mental image of what you want your business to be at some point in the future, based on your goals and aspirations.” (Queensland Government) This definition really sums up where I want to go, but how exactly do I get there? Is there a magical process to follow to make my vision come true? What does it take go be a scratch golfer?

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Sometimes In Golf We Just Have To Hit The Ball!

The ability to examine a golf shot in excruciating detail is skill that many amateurs develop as they work at lowering their handicap index. Swinging the golf club is definitely an important skill, but knowing what shot to hit when becomes as important, if not more, the closer you become to being a scratch golfer. I understand this because experience has taught me that the obvious shot is not necessarily the correct shot. Sometimes we need to examine more stressors before coming to the final conclusion. And this is were trouble begins!

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Fun Golf Shots to See

With the closure of many golf courses, many of us are finding interesting ways to keep amused. I came across these fun golf shots and thought I would share and hopefully brighten your Friday! So, here it goes:

I hope everyone is doing well and keeping safe. #socialdistancing #flattenthecurve

I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!

The Ability to Play Ready Golf

Prior to our current challenges, speed of play was an ongoing topic of discussion. One of the solutions for slow play was for amateurs to adopt the concept of ‘ready golf’. Basically, this means that every player, in between shots, should get ready to play their next shot. This is a concept I adopted years ago and with some great success. However, from my experience of playing with other amateurs, I am not entirely sure all amateurs have the where-with-all to actually execute the ‘ready golf’.

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