Monthly Archives: March 2012

Mega Millions Golf

Today was a day made for golf. Spring is here, and the drive to the course was filled with wildflowers blooming in the pastures and hills. The sky was clear, the breeze was light, the temperature in the mid 70’s. … Continue reading

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Golf Is A Game Of Redemption

Golf stories are often about the game’s redeeming qualities, about how the game brought someone back from the brink, restoring faith in self and others. Maybe it’s because golf is a constant struggle to get back on track. Each tee … Continue reading

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Any Given Course On Any Given Day

Arnold Palmer was on The Golf Channel’s Morning Drive Thursday morning and mentioned that they had changed the 4th and 16th holes at Bay Hill back to par 5’s for the Arnold Palmer Invitational. They had been par 5’s that were … Continue reading

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A Golf Ethics Puzzle

One of my golf buddies presented this ethical dilemma while we were sitting around after one of our rounds. If anyone has any idea of how to best handle the problem, I’d appreciate your input. You are playing in the … Continue reading

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Rolling Down The Fairway

Bill Russell was the guest on Feherty a few nights ago and was discussing his golf game. Russell said he used to carry a 6 or 7 handicap but was around a 10 now, and he was having more fun as … Continue reading

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A Lesson With Professor Obvious

A few months ago I posted some data about correlations between my golf scores, total putts, and greens in regulation (GIR). I found that my score was highly correlated with my putting, less (but still significantly) with my GIR, and … Continue reading

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Sunshine Golf

The Sunshine Boy has passed away. He died several hours after suffering a heart attack on a Florida golf course, so he spent his last hours doing something he loved. Sunshine was a regular member of our golf group when … Continue reading

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