Big Break NFL 5 – Unnecessary Roughness

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Drama took center stage at this week’s Big Break NFL with the Doleman team once again showcasing the dark side of its creative differences. Chris obviously thinks Brian should be singing soprano even though it’s Brian coming through in the crunch, not Chris.  Something’s gotta go on that team, and sadly it seems like the leader of Team Doleman ... Read More »

Golf + Business Women = A Perfect Match

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailGuest post courtesy of Danielle Sorresso Golf has become the unrivaled Sport of Business. It is no longer just a man’s sport, but women are welcome as well. The game has been known to open doors to endless social and professional benefits. For one EWGA business professional, golf has not only become a social resource for her, but it has ... Read More »

Big Break NFL Episode 4: Over the Top

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Every Big Break brings its share of twists and surprises, but no one is ever surprised to see the Flop Wall – and for good reason – we love to see the players panic over the 8 foot monster.  This week was no exception. Last season on Big Break Mexico, Stefanie was, in her words, “Bit in the butt” ... Read More »

Blue Falcon Analyzes Big Break NFL – Episodes 1, 2 and 3

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailIf you missed any of the first 3 episodes of Big Break NFL, then you’ve come to the right place. Guest blogger, Blue Falcon, who provided his play-by-play commentary on past Big Breaks, has just sent me analysis of BB NFL.  Check it out and let us know what you think… This season, the Golf Channel’s “Big Break” has thrown ... Read More »

Big Break NFL 1: Stefanie Starts Strong!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailHey everyone, It sure is great to be back interviewing contestants on Golf Channel’s Big Break.  I haven’t missed any of the past 19 seasons on TV, but it killed me that I couldn’t work interviews into my work and travel schedule after BB Atlantis. I’m so excited to be back and especially pumped about the twist this season is ... Read More »

Maybe pigs really can fly!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail I was reading the latest edition of Golf Business Magazine this week and the Message from the CEO was, to say the least, disturbing. Although I am well aware of the state of the golf industry and the lack of women in the game, it still upsets me when I read that less than 20% of golfers in the ... Read More »

Play it Black at University Golf Club

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail“If you build it, will they come?”  Well, they did for Kevin Costner’s character in Field of Dreams, but any smart product manager knows, like the movie, that is pure fantasy when it comes to building successful products and services people want to buy, including tee times. Most golf course designers and architects consider themselves visionaries when it comes to building ... Read More »

Sunset Ranch Golf and Country Club – Kelowna’s Breath of Fresh Air

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailIn a recent trip to the Okanagan to play some golf, my golfguy and I decided to venture away from the highly advertised and expensive resorts you always hear about, and check out a course that we’d never played before – Sunset Ranch Golf and Country Club, just a few minutes from the Kelowna airport. The course and clubhouse came ... Read More »

If ignorance is bliss…

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail … then slow golfers should be orgasmic, because they don’t have a clue! Slow golfers don’t believe they are slow.  They are totally oblivious to the pain they are causing others.  If it wasn’t so sad, it would be funny.  But I’m not laughing. In the past two weeks I’ve experienced more than my share of 5+ hour rounds ... Read More »

Trigger Happy Golf

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI was watching the Scottish Open this weekend and the announcers were talking about Peter Uihlein, winner of the 2010 US Amateur, who recently secured his European Tour card. The Euro Tour is not a road often traveled by most North American players. Why? I think it’s because playing on the European Tour involves too much travel, too much bad ... Read More »