You Lost a Golf Club- Now What?

Sooner or later it’s going to happen.  You go into your golf bag for your sand wedge, 9-iron, 4-iron (ouch), whatever, and it isn’t there. It must be there.  That’s the place it always is!  Maybe it’s behind the 6-iron.  Maybe it’s tucked up under a head cover. Nope.  It’s not there. Now what? Panic Well, maybe Read more about You Lost a Golf Club- Now What?[…]

Ben Hogan: The Most Important Club Is…

In Harvey Penick’s iconic Little Red Book, there is a section entitled “Three Most Important Clubs.” Harvey Penick’s View Mr. Penick tells a short story about how famous golf writer Herbert Warren Wind (the man who coined the phrase “Amen Corner” for Augusta National’s 11th through 13th holes) saw him at the Champion’s Club in Houston. Wind Read more about Ben Hogan: The Most Important Club Is…[…]

I played from the red tees- here is what happened

A few months ago, I committed to play from the red tees at some point this year, and share my experience. I did that today. A few assumptions and expectations, in fact, came to pass.  A few others I hadn’t really thought about also happened.  It was a greater and more well-rounded learning experience than I Read more about I played from the red tees- here is what happened[…]

Cabarrus Country Club-A George Cobb Design

The Cabarrus Country Club is a George Cobb-designed gem located in Concord, North Carolina a few miles north of Charlotte. If the name George Cobb sounds familiar, it should.  His most famous work is the Par-3 course at Augusta National Golf Club.  During the 1950’s, Cobb was design consultant with the Club, working closely with Read more about Cabarrus Country Club-A George Cobb Design[…]

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