Devil’s Advocate

noun. A person who advocates an opposing or unpopular cause for the sake of argument or to expose it to a thorough examination. The 2019 Masters There is no shortage of blogs, posts, articles, and stories regarding Tiger Woods and his win Sunday at the 2019 Masters. I’m going to come at this from a different perspective:  Did Tiger Woods win the 2019 Masters, or did the rest of the contenders lose it? Read more about Devil’s Advocate[…]

Knee Replacement Surgery: Boy Have I Been Wrong

On March 25th I had TKR, which for those in the know means Total Knee Replacement.  I had outlined in Shooting Your Age a few weeks ago how I had gotten to this point, and how I was preparing. I think anyone who is facing surgery makes assumptions.  I do, and have.  We make assumptions Read more about Knee Replacement Surgery: Boy Have I Been Wrong[…]

A Baby Boomer’s Quest to Shoot His Age in 2019

Larry Gavrich is a fellow golf-lover and blogger with the very informative GolfCommunityReviews.com (be sure and check it out if you have any interest at all in golf community lifestyles and what they have to offer). He has graciously offered to fill in while I’m mending, and his quest fits perfectly with the Shooting Your Age objectives. Read more about A Baby Boomer’s Quest to Shoot His Age in 2019[…]

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[…]

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