Monthly Archives: October 2011

Golf could be a Paralympic Sport – Time to Adapt!

When the Paralympics were held in Vancouver in 2010, I attended as many events as I could, marveling at the passion and perseverance of the athletes as they overcame what appeared to be insurmountable odds to excel in the sport they loved. I was in awe of their courage and tenacity.  Their “never give up – never surrender” outlook on ... Read More »

Who should be golf’s world #1?

This weekend I had the pleasure of being on Danielle Tucker’s The Golf Club Radio Show.  It was fun, but I have to admit, I feel a lot more comfortable being behind a microphone than in front of one.  I wasn’t sure what she would ask me, so it was impossible to prepare. I should have known how things would ... Read More »

From Blocked to Balanced

Most golf fanatics would probably agree, this game is a never ending search for the perfect drive.  And although many players would like to hit it in the short grass more often, that’s not what propels them to the range every week. Distance – that’s really all most of us care about. If we didn’t, we would be happy hitting ... Read More »