10 Tactics To Win At Match Play

It’s golf tournament time! If you are like most golfers you’ve been invited to play in a charity tournament, league event or business networking featuring golf. And the format often used…

The Secret to Getting Out of Sand

This spring I’ve spent more time in the “beach” than on the greens. And, let me tell you it’s been discouraging. There are days when I think all the sand…

5 Mistakes You Must Avoid When You’re On The Green

I just played a round of golf — a member/member tournament at my club — and it was a disaster. Not because I played poorly — (which I did!) but because I totally “blanked out” on some essential golf etiquette that not only put my golf partner’s teeth on edge, but because these mistakes were so…

The Secret to Playing Golf On A Par 7 Hole!

Before I begin my tale, I have to admit that I’m lying. The 8th hole on the blue course at Bayberry Hills on Cape Cod is only a par 5. But it plays like a par 7 especially in a 20 mph headwind! Yesterday, three friends and I decided to use our reciprocal advantage and…

How to Analyze Your Golf Swing With A Free App

Swing Catalyst App is now FREE to download and use! We just heard the good news:  The Swing Catalyst App, already used by many of the best players and coaches in the world, is a sophisticated game improvement tool that fits right into your pocket and it is FREE for anyone with a smartphone or…

Fantasy Golf Foursome: Who Would You Play With?

Yesterday I played a round of golf at The Links at Spanish Bay — “A True Links Golf Course in Scottish Tradition.” It didn’t matter that I was actually playing golf in Massachusetts. The golf simulator didn’t care where my body was located. My game was on the links course at Pebble Beach. Fantasy Golf!…

Best Ball Golf – A Lesson In Not Taking The Game Too Seriously

I played in a local tournament/business networking event yesterday (SSWBN). Signed up late. The tournament organizers placed me on a team with three new golfers. Great people but not great golfers. The format was a scramble — Florida style. The course, executive style, with a lot of par 3 holes and only one or two…

A Really Bad Round of Golf – Is It A Slump Or A Bump?

I promised myself I would improve my golf game this year. In the spring, my focus was on dropping my handicap at least three or four points. Hasn’t happened yet. The season here in the northeast is not over yet and my club stays open for golf for at least another three or four months,…

Looking for A True Golf Links Experience?

Head for England’s Atlantic Links Guest Article from Helen Heady, Heady PR  July 2016, England; Golfers inspired by the links golf they watched during 2016 British Open Championship at Royal Troon should consider heading for the Atlantic Links (Atlantic Links), for a golf links experience including the six premier championship links courses in south west…

10 Tactics To Win At Match Play

It’s golf tournament time! If you are like most golfers you’ve been invited to play in a charity tournament, league event or business networking featuring golf. And the format often used in tournaments is match play. In other words, each hole is a separate competition. The player with the fewest strokes on an individual hole, wins…

Best Golf Shoes To Keep Your Feet Happy

If you want to stay focused on your golf game, keep your feet happy! I know it sounds a bit silly, but there is nothing more distracting to your golf game than sore feet, or loose shoes, or a blister that just won’t quit causing you pain —especially if you prefer to walk the golf…

The Secret to Getting Out of Sand

This spring I’ve spent more time in the “beach” than on the greens. And, let me tell you it’s been discouraging. There are days when I think all the sand bunkers on my home course are magnetized and every ball I hit has no choice but to land in at least one sandy “beach” on every hole.…

3 Flagstick Errors That Can Really Cost You

Every regulation golf course that I know of uses a flagstick on each green to mark the position of the hole. As described in the United States Golf Association (USGA) rule book: The “flagstick” is a movable straight indicator, with or without bunting or other material attached, centered in the hole to show its position. What…

Golf Newbies: What’s In Your Bag?

A Brief Introduction to Golf Clubs for Beginners Guest Author: Denny K. is a golf enthusiast writing buying guides and golf tips for beginners at his blog: Hitting The Golf Ball. Golf—we get it; it isn’t an everyday thing. You might wrap your thoughts around the lifestyles of the rich and famous, of Tiger Woods…

Looking for A True Golf Links Experience?

Head for England’s Atlantic Links Guest Article from Helen Heady, Heady PR  July 2016, England; Golfers inspired by the links golf they watched during 2016 British Open Championship at Royal Troon should consider heading for the Atlantic Links (Atlantic Links), for a golf links experience including the six premier championship links courses in south west…

10 Tactics To Win At Match Play

It’s golf tournament time! If you are like most golfers you’ve been invited to play in a charity tournament, league event or business networking featuring golf. And the format often used in tournaments is match play. In other words, each hole is a separate competition. The player with the fewest strokes on an individual hole, wins…

Best Golf Shoes To Keep Your Feet Happy

If you want to stay focused on your golf game, keep your feet happy! I know it sounds a bit silly, but there is nothing more distracting to your golf game than sore feet, or loose shoes, or a blister that just won’t quit causing you pain —especially if you prefer to walk the golf…

The Secret to Getting Out of Sand

This spring I’ve spent more time in the “beach” than on the greens. And, let me tell you it’s been discouraging. There are days when I think all the sand bunkers on my home course are magnetized and every ball I hit has no choice but to land in at least one sandy “beach” on every hole.…

3 Flagstick Errors That Can Really Cost You

Every regulation golf course that I know of uses a flagstick on each green to mark the position of the hole. As described in the United States Golf Association (USGA) rule book: The “flagstick” is a movable straight indicator, with or without bunting or other material attached, centered in the hole to show its position. What…