Monthly Archives: April 2011

Golfers….Feed your Focus!

Last week I wrote about 2 great “F” words in golf – Fundamentals and Feelings.  This week I’ve found a few more.  During my too many years working in the technology industry, I have heard the terms Form, Fit and Function (sometimes called F3) more times than I can count. Form is mostly the physical aspects of a product; fit ... Read More »

Great golf “F” words: Fundamentals and Feelings

When the tulips and daffodils spring up in my garden, I know it’s time to hit the range with my coach, Ginny Golding, and kick off my golf season the way Jack Nicklaus did every year with his coach, Jack Grout – get back to fundamentals. So on our first day together this year, Ginny and I started from ground ... Read More »

The Magic and Mystery of The Masters

 THE MASTERS When you hear those two words, what thoughts, images or feelings do they stir up in you?  For me, the first major of the year brings with it an anticipation that history is about to be made. Two years ago I wrote an article called The Mystery, Magic And Mayhem Of The Masters for Inside Golf Magazine to try and ... Read More »