Knee Surgeries and Golf Don’t Mix

This is the last Shooting Your Age newsletter for a few weeks.  Next Monday I will be having knee replacement surgery to (hopefully!) repair this quickly degrading joint that hurts all the time.  Here is how I got to this point. High School and College Basketball Basketball was always my favorite sport growing up, and Read more about Knee Surgeries and Golf Don’t Mix[…]

Getting To A Single Digit Handicap- Part 2: Stretching

Stretching is Imperative Last week I introduced the series of how to get your handicap index to single digits.  This week I explore the critical importance of Stretching. My Experience As I expound on the magic dozen tips, hits and tricks that can lower your handicap index to something under ten, I will most often be Read more about Getting To A Single Digit Handicap- Part 2: Stretching[…]

What It Takes To Get To A Single Digit Handicap

According to the USGA, the average handicap of a golfer of those who have established handicaps is 15, which equates to roughly a bogey golfer.   Only one percent of golfers who have an official handicap index are single digit (below 10) or lower.  I have been on a multi-year long quest to find out what Read more about What It Takes To Get To A Single Digit Handicap[…]

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