Being A Grateful Golfer

I came across an awesome video on Twitter today. Talk about being an grateful golfer! I just had to share.

I was impressed by the young ladies confidence and her ability to enjoy the moment. Something all golfers should aspire too!

Have an awesome day and remember to create the day you want!

I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!

Steel and Graphite Shafts May Not Be Our Only Choice

Golf is a game of evolution. Technology drives the changes and none more important that in the shaft of the golf club. Made of wood originally, it switched to hickory (more wood), then steel, and finally graphite. I grew up using steel in all my clubs and I have to say that it is my preference over graphite. I realize I am flying in the face of the norm, but I only use graphite shafts in my woods and hybrids because I have too! I miss the feel of steel shafts in my longer clubs. So, here we are with a conundrum.  Continue reading

Are Golf Fans Getting Out of Control?

Justin Thomas was another of recent golf professionals who have had enough of boisterous fans stepping over the line. The slow increase in rowdiness by the gallery at golf tournaments is grating on some professionals and they are having fans removed. Unlike other sports like team football, hockey and baseball, golf is a supposed to be a gentlemen’s game where focused heckling should not be tolerated. Except for the 16th hole at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, fans are expected to maintain a certain level of decorum while on the course. On the weekend past, Justin Thomas felt that one fan had sprinted past that level. Hence, the fan went home early. Continue reading

The Open Championship – Wire to Wire Win for Jordan Spieth

Congratulations to Jordan Spieth for winning The 146th Open Championship. His wire to wire win made for some great copy and the stats on social media were flying faster than we could read. He won in dramatic fashion befitting of many past champions. However, yesterday’s win is all about Jordan Spieth. Continue reading