As the last glimmer of hope is snuffed out, I have officially entered the transition phase of my golf year. What exactly does that mean, well it is a sad time where I have to put my summer stuff away, dig out the winter stuff and prepare for five months of a winter wonderland. I am not complaining mind you because the winter offers other fun things to do that helps prepare my game for opening day just 167 days away. Continue reading
Yesterday, I received this awesome response from Kevin, a member of The Grateful Golfer community. It sums up what most amateurs think when talking about golf. What I found most interesting is that as I read, I could see myself in many parts of his response. So instead of trying to describe it, I thought you would enjoy his story. Continue reading
Hey Grateful Golfers!
In Canada, we talk about the weather often. After two weeks of freezing weather, it is difficult to keep a positive outlook for warmer weather.
I just saw this video, it made me laugh and it sums up how we Canadian Golfers feel about the weather:
Have an awesome day!
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!
With the Christmas festivities over, I find that I start to look forward to my next season of golf. However, as I write this post, it is minus 26º C and I find it hard to get motivated to do much. I will hit the treadmill for sure, but after that staying indoors is definitely part of the plan. Being a bit housebound, it is a good time to bounce around a look at all things golf. It was a great way to pass an hour or two. Continue reading
I am on the hunt for indoor golf drills. The next few months will be long and cold, but the quest to improve my golf game never stops. As stated previously, I will be working on my putting very soon and in addition, I have decided to look for other drills I can perform in my basement. It did not take me very long to come across what I think is a great drill I can use given my limited practice area; it is called the swoosh drill. Continue reading