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Category Archives: Quick Tip

Trees and bushes? Go low.

Written on July 16, 2015 at 4:31 pm, by

In the bushes. It’s bound to happen. It happens on the tours every weekend. (Please note: LPGA players are more accurate than PGA players when it comes to keeping the ball in the fairway.) In many, but not all, instances when your ball goes into trees, taking a drop and penalty is usually the smartest  Continue Reading »

Fairwaybunker? One more club.

Written on April 17, 2015 at 6:39 pm, by

I’ve seen more golfers get totally irritated when their ball lands in a fairway bunker. I’ve also seen some pretty strange advice on line about how to get out of them. Well, thanks to my mentor, golf great Ken Venturi, I can save you a bucketful of frustration. Mr. V always said to keep it  Continue Reading »

The 20 Inch Swing

Written on April 14, 2015 at 3:44 pm, by

One of the main parts of my job is to help you successfully and consistently hit a golf ball where you want it to go. My mentor, the great Ken Venturi, stressed that I keep it simple. This tip does just that. I get to the core of the golf swing here so you can  Continue Reading »

Get rid of the yips!

Written on April 6, 2015 at 11:46 am, by

Look, “Caddyshack” just happens to be my favorite movie and I happen to know most of the lines. I just can’t help it. Of course, this “night putting” is quite a bit different than what Ty Webb (Chevy Chase) was talking about. I thought I’d just get your attention. “The yips” in putting has been  Continue Reading »

Enjoy each hole.

Written on February 19, 2015 at 5:16 pm, by

If you get a double bogey on your first hole I can virtually guarantee you rushed your shot. You also probably also rushed to the course, rushed to the tee and … you know the rest of the story. Some of us (most of us?) tend to be on the impatient side of just about,  Continue Reading »

You are not Bubba Watson.

Written on February 4, 2015 at 9:25 pm, by

It may come as no surprise to you but you are not Bubba Watson and you don’t look a thing like Rory McIlroy. Nine chances out of ten you are older than Rory, you are not on the PGA or LPGA Tour and you don’t practice golf five to six hours a day, every day  Continue Reading »