Golfing in a Haze

Playing Golf in a Haze is challenging at best. This is the 11th tee box at Roundel Glen Golf Course.

For years I have tried to be in the moment for every golf shot. I think it is important that being mindful lowers my golf scores. For the most part, this is entirely true; however, I remember playing one round when I felt like I was in a haze of despair and success. It was a memorable round that resulted in an even par round. Continue reading

Breaking Par in Golf

Breaking par in golf is the ultimate benchmark. I realized that it is out of the realm of possibility for many players, however other than having a solid game, there is one trait that all top golfers share. These élite players expect to shoot low scores and a desire to continually play better is the corner-stone of great golf. Continue reading

The Open Championship Day 1

Day 1 of The Open Championship was fantastic. The scores were amazing! With 63 players under par, it is not surprising to have 11 players within 2 strokes of the leader Dustin Johnson.

However, not being at The Open like Paul McCormack (a fellow golfing fan), I cannot do the action at The Open justice. However, here is what was trending last night!

Day 1 of The Open Championship was amazing! Lets hope Day 2 provides the same excitement!

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