Monthly Archives: April 2011

A Scream with Shivas Irons

Whenever I hear people say things like “golf can teach you a lot about life” my eyes start to glaze over and I have to stifle a scream. I suspect that true devotees could say a lot of the same … Continue reading

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Should I use the moccasin or the rattler on this shot?

I was watching the Golf Channel and looking forward to the Masters when that commercial for the new Adams fairway woods came on. You know, the one advertising the clubs with the spring-like effect with Tom Watson and Ryan Moore … Continue reading

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From whiffle balls to the hockshop

I taught myself to play golf by reading Ben Hogan’s Power Golf. I later learned that Five Lessons might have been a better intro, but I was pretty much flying solo. No one in my immediate family was a golfer. … Continue reading

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