Giving Golf To Our Military

                    It was the summer of 1996, and I was a young college student who loved golf.  I honestly couldn’t play enough, and what better way to play as much golf as possible and support my habit then working...

Increasing Your Club Speed

                        The search for distance has taken up many pages in many golf magazines and publications over the course of time.  It’s the Holy Grail of golf for so many players – the secret that may...

Becoming Tournament Tough

                If you spend enough time around the game of golf, you will most likely encounter a very common struggle, one that is shared by golfers at every level, even the best players in the world.  You spend time at the...

Cut Strokes Off NOW!

                      No title or headline gets a golfer’s attention more than telling them they can cut multiple strokes off of their score next time they play. As I have mentioned before, the secret to golf is...

Don’t Fear the Shank

                                There are certain words or phrases in sports that superstitious players love to avoid.  In golf, there’s no word that gets a cold sweat going faster in a...

Lessons from Jordan

    Another Masters week has now come and gone, and it was an amazing tournament filled with amazing shots, great comebacks, and in the end, an impressive first Major win.  Jordan Spieth collected the Green Jacket at just 21 years of age, and did it with the...

In Search of Greatness

                    There have been many great searches in history.  The search for the Holy Grail.  The search for sunken treasure.  The search for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.  But perhaps the most...

Have a Game Plan That is YOURS

  Having a game plan is a key area of the game that doesn’t always get taught by instructors and is rarely thought out by most amateurs. A solid game plan when playing a course can be your “safety net” that can lead to better scores and less...

Don’t Swing Slower, Swing Better

  Many times in a season I listen and watch as a student hits a bad shot and exclaims, “I swung too fast!”  It’s a very common occurrence, but I can tell you that it is rare that I ever get a student that “swings too fast” – most of them would kill for a few more...