Monthly Archives: December 2010

The key to a better golf swing – Swinkey

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailEveryone has a chronic problem (or two or three) in their golf game.   For some, it’s the dreaded yips, while others struggle big time with slicing off the tee. For me, it’s alignment. I am forever offline when I go to hit my ball. My pre-shot routine is pretty standard. I go into my “think box” behind the ball, ... Read More »

For the golfer who has everything – give them a laugh this Xmas

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailA while ago I received a couple of books from a publisher asking if I’d like to review them.  Never one to turn down the opportunity to read about more golf tips, I said, “Sure, I’d love to read them.”  Well, to say they were a bit of a surprise is an understatement, but they couldn’t have come at better ... Read More »

Birdies and Bogeys on my way to 17.5

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailOn January 5th, 2010, I started my 10 step journey towards “better golf”. I wanted to prove to myself that at “my age” I could put together a program that would help me reduce my handicap by 3 points in 12 months. I learned a lot of lessons along the way and thought I’d share some of them with you. ... Read More »

Guest blogger BlueFalcon wraps up Big Break Dominican Republic

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailHey everyone! I received a detailed comment from one of my readers, BlueFalcon on my last Big Break DR post. It was too big to fit into the little comment box, so I am happy BlueFalcon agreed to be a guest blogger on once again. BlueFalcon always provides terrific commentary, as you may remember from his post in Sept ... Read More »

Big Break Dominican Republic Finale: No choking by this golf gal!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail I’ve been doing weekly interviews with Big Break contestants since 2008, when Big Break Ka’anapali aired. My first post-episode chat was with Christina Lecuyer.  That one post set me up for many future interviews with golfers who sometimes left me speechless, sometimes angry and sometimes laughing out loud.  But they never left me bored. I loved them all! When ... Read More »