Category: Tournament Play Information

CHIPPING MADE SIMPLE

There are many different techniques that are used to chip a golf ball. Good chipping technique is essential to scoring in golf, especially under pressure in a golf tournament. My video below it may be hard to hear me, as I do not yet… Continue Reading “CHIPPING MADE SIMPLE”

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Hitting Solid Shots Into the Wind

Many of you are PGA Class A teaching pros, and perhaps you’ll agree or disagree with me. I’ve had the opportunity to receive instruction from some of the best instructors in the country, including Tommy Jacobs at La Costa while I was attending San… Continue Reading “Hitting Solid Shots Into the Wind”

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GOLF & COVID 19

As this pandemic continues to rage on with no clear end in site, one of the few bright spots has been GOLF. Golf can be safely played with all the protective guidelines for social distancing while being outside in the clean air. However the… Continue Reading “GOLF & COVID 19”

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THE FUTURE OF GOLF

I’ve written a lot about Bryson and the power he possess, and how the game has changed because of it. He clearly demonstrated that hitting fairways is not required to win a US Open if you can fly a golf ball 325 yards in… Continue Reading “THE FUTURE OF GOLF”

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US OPEN PREVIEW- BEST BETS

Now that sports gambling is totally legal in the USA, you may want to enjoy some extra motivation in rooting for your favorite player. The information below I pay for, and has been very accurate. My own personal picks for this years Open do… Continue Reading “US OPEN PREVIEW- BEST BETS”

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PUTTING – How important is it to putt well – PUTTING LESSON FROM DAVE STOCKTON JR.

It’s an obvious answer to this question. You can do some things in golf very mediocre and still compete, but putting is not one of them. Putting poorly is not going to result in tournament wins or even a possibility of competing. I’ve won… Continue Reading “PUTTING – How important is it to putt well – PUTTING LESSON FROM DAVE STOCKTON JR.”

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