Monthly Archives: September 2009

Walking in the Footjoys of the US Amateurs at The Home Course

A few weeks ago I was priviledged to play one of the best courses in the US (and possibly the world) – Chambers Bay in Washington State. If you read my review on Inside Golf Magazine, you’ll probably come away with the distinct impression that I was quite taken with Chambers Bay 🙂 But I’m not the only one…I’m in ... Read More »

Private Golf Courses No Longer Off Limits

As a “public golfer” I occasionally get to play at private clubs where friends of mine have memberships, but most of the time, private country clubs and courses are off limits to me and my golfguy. It’s not that I don’t love public courses. There are a ton of them that are great – just look at Chambers Bay – ... Read More »

My Favorite Bobby Jones Golf Tips

Well, the 2009 Fedex Cup is almost over and the golf season is winding down. Where did the time go? I feel like it was just yesterday we were watching The Masters and talking about the legendary Bobby Jones, as we do every year when the azaleas are in bloom. Well, this year, we get to remember him twice because ... Read More »