THE DANGERS OF LISTENING

          Golf has so much exposure now, and so much information out there for the masses to read through and watch.  As someone who makes his living off of the game, I’m certainly happy to see as many golf headlines as possible.  But there is a dark side to it all,...

FIND YOUR GOLF HAPPINESS IN 2016

                                After wearing a coat and long johns for longer than I would like to talk about, it’s great to have a pair of shorts on and feel like there is some hope for golf in the air.  The 2016 golf season is starting to get rolling, and with the...

Dear Santa…

                                It’s that time of year once again, with the summer months behind us and Thanksgiving leftovers all gone.  But what should the golfer out there ask for from Santa this year?  Here’s a few recommendations and thoughts as we turn up the...

Get Out of Your Own Way

                The process of improving at golf, as I have outlined in this column many times, is sometimes a rocky road. I’m a big fan of a graphic I have seen where the picture depicts the student’s view how quickly they will get better, and then the actual vision...

On Golf & Life: A Letter to My Son

                                                                  As my young son has yet another birthday fast approaching, my mind recently wandered to what his future holds in life and in golf.  He has shown a budding interest in the game, or as much as a...

Eliminate Those Toe Shots

                      Many of my students come in for help with their golf swings and a certain level of frustration.  As a coach, I feel like my job is to help them hit at least a few shots better so they see the long term benefits of change, as well as categorize...