Monthly Archives: August 2009

Big Break Disney – The countdown begins…

Tick tick tick…only 45 days left until the first episode of Big Break Disney hits the air on Tuesday, October 13th at 10 p.m. ET only on Golf Channel. The cast is an interesting one – all male, with some “celebrities” in the mix, the brother of a PGA player and, someone I’m excited to watch – Kevin Erdman – ... Read More »

Wales offers much more than just the Ryder Cup in 2010

Wow! I just watched the Solheim Cup finale and I was in awe. I love watching match play – there is no more entertaining way to watch golf than players teeing off against each other – Mano-a-mano. It brought to mind the Ryder Cup, one year away, where the best of the best from Europe and the USA will face-off ... Read More »

Michelle Wie – a Sure Thing for the Solheim Cup?

We all know, there are no guarantees in life. And…there are even fewer in golf. Certainly Michelle Wie learned that lesson the hard way, living in a world of unrealistic expectations, and dare I say, exploitation, by adults who were supposed to take care of her. But Michelle was not alone. Others paid dearly for jumping on the gravy train ... Read More »

Links meet Luxury on Prince Edward Island

It’s not very often you find a links style course in Canada. So when I had the opportunity to play The Links at Crowbush in PEI, a sister course to Rodd Mill River, home of Big Break PEI, I jumped at the chance. Crowbush is on the north shore of PEI and is a perfect combination of links and luxury. ... Read More »

The hardest thing in golf is…

I was listening to Phil Mickelson yesterday at the Bridgestone talk about his up and down day (or should I say down and up day) and what he said really hit home personally. “I got out to a shaky start,” said Phil. “I didn’t commit to a lot of shots – I didn’t play aggressive – I didn’t make aggressive ... Read More »