I am looking at some training aids for my long off-season for indoor use in my garage. I have an Orange Whip and thought to add this golf training aid to the mix. So, my question is pretty straight forward:
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!
As an amateur athlete in multiple sports, I always aspired to play my best. Of course that did not always happen, but for the most part I can look back and confidently say that I rarely left anything on the playing field. This desire was driven from an innate drive always want to improve. My golf game is no better and I enjoy seeking new and better methods to lower my golf score. Yesterday, I came across an interview by Rory McIlroy that struck home. And I think it is worth sharing. Continue reading
One of the awesome things I like about The Grateful Golfer is my plan to willingness to freely share all things golf. I think it is important to be open to suggestions and sage advice of other players/readers who have experienced some of the same golfing issues. It is these helpful people who expand my knowledge about and understanding about golf. They also aid in my continuing quest to increase my knowledge of this fun sport.
Are you open to suggestions about your golf game? I mean, having someone (other than a pro you pay to help) offer unsolicited advice about how to improve your golf game. Personally, I am open to any conversation, but I will have to admit that I am a bit remiss for a player offering solutions to problems they have yet to solve. I am not sure why a player would accept such advice, but it happens quite often at the course. Continue reading
Asking someone’s opinion is the greatest form of flattery. Most of us feel something positive when sought out to provide sage advice or thoughts on a particular topic. Recently, I asked three questions on Twitter and here is what you had to say. Continue reading