The sun is a golfers best friend; unfortunately, it can be a deadly, but silent enemy that could cause injury at any time. I have written about this topic before, but recent events compels me to remind everyone that as we gallop into the heat of summer to protect yourself on the golf course! Continue reading
I started golfing when I was 13 years old. My Dad introduced me to the game, showed the fundamentals and let me go at it. I played a great deal of golf until I was 18 years old and then life took over. It was not until I was 29 that my passion rekindled and I have not looked back. I always had a passion for golf, but 28 years ago is when I really fell in love with hitting a little white ball into a small hole. Yet, I wonder where my game would be if I started golfing just a bit earlier in life. Continue reading
Tin Cup is a great golf movie. I watch it from time to time, but generally at the beginning of the golf season and this year is no different. While watching Roy MacAvoy manage his demons, I was reminded of my one of my ‘Tin Cup’ shot several years ago.
The Masters never disappoints. After an amazing minus 7 start, Charley Hoffman appeared mortal on Day 2. He did not have that confidence and zeroed in focus we saw in his opening round and I am not surprised. Augusta National is a fantastic course that requires 5 hours of intense concentration if you have any illusions of scoring well. So, the second day of play unfolded exactly as I expected. Continue reading
Hey Grateful Golfers, how is your day going? I hope your Thursday is going very well and that you are creating the day you want.
Today’s post is a bit different from others because I need help trying to make a decision. Over the past year, I was asked if I allowed guest authors at The Grateful Golfer. I tabled all the requests because I was not sure if I wanted to open up my blog to others. Continue reading