Stepping Back to the Tips in Golf

Many amateurs fear moving to the back tees because of the added distance to every tee and approach shot. Personally, I am not fussed about this aspect of the challenge and relish the opportunity to put stress on my game. So, a few days ago I stepped back to the tips at Osprey Links Golf Course to practice playing longer distances. Unfortunately, my experiment did not go as planned, but it was great fun regardless.

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Posting My 2020 Golf Scores To Golf Canada

As we know, COVID-19 has modified how we play golf for the time being. Social distancing is really not a challenge on the golf course, but some of the new rules for putting makes it easier to score. Regardless of the changes, I have decided to submit my scores following the current Golf Canada COVID-19 playing guidelines.

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Infographic: COVID-19 Guidelines

COVID-19 has changed the way we play golf. It has force a new normal upon golfers and if we want to beat this beast, there are guidelines that must be followed on and off the golf course. The infographic below is only a smattering of guidelines that we need to follow, but it hits the highlights for my home course of Osprey Links.

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Where to Purchase Your Golf Canada Membership

Are you a member of Golf Canada? If you are not a member of Golf Canada my only question to you is โ€œWhy Not?โ€ I first became a member back in 2006 and have not looked back. For a small membership fee I gain several rewards that have offset the minor cost of my yearly membership. The most obvious result was the return of two golf clubs because of the โ€œfind me stickersโ€ I applied to each shaft. This alone has paid for 10 years of memberships, so I ask you again, Are you a member of Golf Canada? If not, Why?

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Posting Golf Scores For Your Handicap Index

Posting your golf score after every round should be second nature. Of course, not all players think this is important because of the evolution of golf tournaments over the past 20 years. Somewhere along the way, between marketing and apathy, net events have lost their shine and have fallen to the weigh side. But, as an avid golfer you better beware if you do not have an official handicap. The changes to how scores are calculated have changed and understanding what “net” means will be important to future golf events.

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