Focused on Curling

Hey Grateful Golfers! Sorry about the lack of articles over the past few days. The World Woman’s Curling Championship is in my home town of North Bay. Although I am not actually at the rink, I am enjoying watching Team Canada lead the standings. Continue reading


Just a Golf Thought

Payne Stewart says it all! Hope your week is going well. As you navigate your way, remember to be grateful and share a smile with a stranger. You never know whose day your are making better!

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

What to Change In Your Golf Swing

When is the worse time to make changes to your golf swing? Depending who you talk too, anytime will be the most popular answer. However, experience tells me that this answer is probably not the best for trying to play consistent golf. Over the years, I have tried to make changes during the middle of a round and rarely, and I mean rarely, has it work out in my favor. But does that really mean that making changes mid-round is a bad thing. What do you think? Continue reading

Trying to Control Everything

Do you have control issues? Are you the type of golfer who plans, focuses and must execute every aspect of your golf swing to perfection? Well if you are, then you are setting yourself up for failure on the links. Yup, I know from experience that it is impossible to control everything and an element of chance is part of every round.  Continue reading

Lightning on the Golf Course

Not sure this is the best idea of a metal building in a field as a shelter from a lightning storm!

As a golfer, one of our biggest fears is being caught in a lightning storm. For some, it is not the fact that being hit is very bad or dangerous to our health, but the fact they cannot finish their round. When talking about lightning, most of us over the age of 35 are thinking of the famous scene of Bill Murray and the Padre playing golfing in hurricane like conditions. Well, fortunately, I have never played in such conditions and never plan too. How about you? Continue reading