Playing Scotch Hall Preserve-A Gem in the Rough

This past weekend, courtesy of a stay/play package from the Carolinas Golf Association, we took a short weekend jaunt to the Albemarle Sound on the North Carolina coast to play Scotch Hall Preserve. The Trip Scotch Hall is a solid 4 1/2 hours from Charlotte.  Furthermore, a visitor has to want to go there.  There Read more about Playing Scotch Hall Preserve-A Gem in the Rough[…]

Course Review- The Castle Course at St Andrews

Embed from Getty Images If you’re a loyal reader of Shooting Your Age (and if you’re not, it’s easy to become one, just subscribe on the home page- It’s free and you’ll get the newsletter every week delivered to your inbox!) you know that I had an amazing trip to Scotland to see the Open Championship and Read more about Course Review- The Castle Course at St Andrews[…]

I had a driver shaft fitting-here is what I learned

Embed from Getty Images I’ve mentioned here on occasion that I’ve been fighting my driver pretty much all season.  I broke down and took a lesson. And that helped. But I’m still inconsistent.  I spoke with Shawn, a scratch golfer who hits it in the 280-300 range off the tee, and asked if he thought Read more about I had a driver shaft fitting-here is what I learned[…]

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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