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What’s in Your Pocket? A Rory McIlroy Story

Golf is a very unusual game with many rules and regulations.  Most of us amateur golfers know  some of the rules but fail to learn all of the tricky and complicated rules that the USGA book maps out for us.  At all the professional tournaments there is a team of officials that are called upon […]

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Is This 3-year-Old Golf Prodigy the Next Tiger Woods?

We have all heard of Soccer Moms but have we ever heard of Golf Moms? Several weeks ago I shared a video of Phil Michelson playing with a golf ball and children’s clubs at a very early age. We have all seen the Tiger Woods video shown on Johnny Carson with him carrying his small […]

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Diamond in the Rough and a Wardrobe Malfunction at Recent PGA Tournaments

Each PGA and LPGA tournament offers many surprises. Some are for the players and others are for the spectators. In the Bridgestone tournament held last weekend in Akron, Ohio Sergio Garcia had the most unusual surprise. He teed off on #3 pulling his drive way to the right, over the trees and into the crowd. […]

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Why Do Men Think Ladies Cannot Play Golf?

Why do you think that men treat woman like they cannot play golf?  Are we inferior golfers? Are we slow players? Do we spend infinite time looking for our golf balls? Do we walk or drive slowly? I believe that answer to all these questions is NO! I had an experience at my club this week […]

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Do you like Phil Mickelson?

Do you have a soft spot for Phil? I do. There are plenty of young talented pros playing every tournament these days. The British Open is in full gear starting today and all the best players are out there. Rory has posted a leading score today, Tiger is close behind, the young, handsome and talented […]

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Can Sharapova and Djokovic play Golf?

With Wimbledon going on and World Soccer and the British Open on the horizon we thought you might enjoy some YouTube videos of famous athletes crossing from their courts, fields and courses to show their competitive spirits in others sports. In today’s video Maria Sharapova and Novak Djokovic have some fun at golf, bowling and….. […]

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Just a Swing Thought or 2

My friend Ann Nichols shared this interesting golf tip with me this week. I don’t know where she got this from but it is certainly how I feel sometimes when I address the ball and don’t feel comfortable. All those thoughts going through my head, so many ideas I’ve picked up from golf magazines, golf […]

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Suzy Whaley/First Tee

The First Tee-Montgomery County had it’s luncheon/golf event fundraiser today June 1, 2014 at TPC Avenel.  It proved a great success with a wonderful program.  Keynote speaker was the very talented, interesting and successful Suzy Whaley. Briefly, for those who are not familiar with Suzy, she was the first woman to qualify and participate in a PGA […]

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Golf Pitching: 30-100 Yards

We have all heard “If you want to score, you need to have a short game.” Here are a few pointers from everydaygolfcoach.com. I thought he had some good points. What do you think?

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Tiger Woods: makes an awesome chip shot

Most PGA Pros have incredible shots. Check out this one from Tiger Woods

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