Monthly Archives: July 2009

Give a child some Fresh Air and… that “come back tomorrow” shot

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailLast year I wrote a post about a very special program called The Fresh Air Fund. Although the program isn’t even in my home country, I believe in what this program does for the youth of America. I wish we had a similar program in Canada. Every year, The Fresh Air Fund gives thousands of inner-city children the priceless gift ... Read More »

Golfing with the Gals for the Gals

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailThere is nothing better than golfing on a great course…on a great day…with great golfgals… for a great cause. Of course, any day on a golf course is a great day, but there is something very special about playing golf with women who give back to other women and children in need. And for the past two years I have ... Read More »

Andrew Giuliani is Going Fore it on Big Break Disney

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail No sooner does one Big Break end and the next begins! And this one is expected to be even more “interesting” than the ones that came before – this next Big Break is star-struck. Joining Rudy’s offspring is Andreas Huber, son of TV soap celebrity, Susan Lucci. Andrew, who turned pro just this year has been in the news ... Read More »

There are golf jobs….and then there are golf dream jobs…

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailTHIS is my golf dream job! Check this out. YourGolfTravel, which is well known for arranging the ultimate golf holidays, has recently announced the Ultimate Job in Golf. According to their website, YGT is “looking to liberate a weekend golfer who is sick and tired of the rat race and give them the ultimate job in golf, spending a year ... Read More »

Turnberry Ailsa – Where golf memories are made

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailClaimed to be ‘the finest links golf course in the world’ by Colin Montgomery, Turnberry Ailsa finally returns to centre stage this week hosting the British Open for the 4th time since its “coming out party” in 1977. And what a coming out party it was. I can’t count the number of times I’ve watched footage of Tom Watson holing ... Read More »

Live Vicariously through Tom Coyne’s Golfing Adventure: A Course Called Ireland

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailEvery now and then you come across a book that touches you in a way you didn’t expect. Recently, I was introduced to a book about golfing in Ireland and thought to myself…”Okay, my grandfather was from Ireland. I just finished a series of posts about PEI, to where many Irish people emigrated. I haven’t been to Ireland yet, so…it ... Read More »