Writing A Golf Article On My Phone

I am trying something new today by writing this article on my phone. There is not suppose to be any limitations, except the ones I impose on myself due to my lack of knowledge and experience. Wait, that sounds exactly how I developed my golf game.

As my game evolved, I encountered many shots that I had no idea how to play. I have to admit that it was a bit scary as navigated through the unknown. But as I gained experience I felt better about my game.

Unfortunately, at that time, I lacked a great deal of knowledge (understanding) of the options of each shot. Over the years of struggling with poor decisions, I decided to become a student of the game. This step towards being a better player was as much about lowering my scores as increasing my education so could open the door to more potential options with different shots.

Fast forward to today. I am always trying to improve my knowledge and understanding of golf. This passion I have to become smarter is my journey. This path will never end until I decide that I have reached the end of my journey. I do not see that happening anytime soon, but when I do I will not stop playing just stop searching.

So what is the point of my diatribe, continue searching for and expanding your knowledge about golf. Only through understanding the 5 Ws will you truly become a better golfer! On a side note, your path to knowledge and understanding is yours alone. I cannot tell you how to navigate your path, but I do know that this journey will be full of the elation of accomplishment!

Random picture with an important message in these crazy times.

Weel, my first article on my phone is complete. That’s for reading and have an awesome day!

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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What Makes a Memorable Round of Golf

What makes a memorable round of golf? This is a tough question for most amateurs because the answer is limitless. A memorable round of golf is so subjective that defining just one idea only cheapens all the other experiences. Personally, I have experienced many memorable rounds and to narrow it down to just one is almost impossible. Can you do it? Continue reading