The Thrill Is Back! Playing Golf With Hickory Shafts

For the second year in a row, I was invited to play a round of golf by Bill Vossen. This invite was nothing out of the ordinary except our round was to be played with a set of hickory shaft clubs! The Golf Historical Society of Canada was hosting a few members at Osprey Links Golf Course to expose modern day players to a round of golf using equipment technology from the late 1800s and early 1900s. I have to say it that even though it was my second time using these amazing clubs, I found that the experience invigorated my golf game.

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The Wisdom of Your Golf Shot

Golf is a particularity challenging game. As with most sports, the success on any day is impacted by a variety of stressors. As an amateur golfer, it is impossible to 100% replicated my perfect swing. In reality, most professionals cannot do that either, but obviously they have greater success. As amateurs, how do we fix our variable swing challenges? What are the answers to finding and repeating that perfect swing with consistent success? Continue reading