A Bottle of Red, A Bottle of White . . .


I and more professional golfers involved in the wine business. One of the first, I believe, being Greg Norman. Personally I am a pretty big fan of his reds, my favorite being the cabernet/merlot blend and for approximately $17 or so a bottle it is a terrific value (and perfect for the upcoming … [Read more...]

Tiger Woods After His ACL Repair

When you talk about the Pro Tour, the big question in the back of the room is always what Tiger will emerge when he returns from his ACL repair. Will it be the guy who's dominated the tour for years or maybe someone different? Tiger will certainly know how to play his game. If he's committed - … [Read more...]

Keep Your Left Arm Straight – On the Downswing

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We've all heard that you should keep your left arm straight on the backswing, maybe not straight as a board, but as straight as you're physically able. I think it's more important to keep it straight on the downswing. Do you find your swing leaving you from time to time, your shots going both … [Read more...]

Why Amateur Golfers Stink


OK, maybe stink is a little harsh. But, fact of the matter is that the average amateur golfer has only improved his game by one half stroke in the last 30 years. Said another way, the average score has only dropped from 100 to 99.5 over the last three decades. We just aren't getting better! Why … [Read more...]

Duval Back in the Hunt


Good to see David Duval back in the hunt at the Gin sur Mer Classic in Palm Coast Florida in the last PGA even of the year. He shot a 69 yesterday(Fri) and is 2 shots back heading into the weekend. He is currently 233rd in the world rankings and has not won in 7 years. Not sure why but I am … [Read more...]