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Any Given Course On Any Given Day

Arnold Palmer was on The Golf Channel’s┬áMorning 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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Is It Easy Or Hard To Have Fun?

I didn’t break 80 until I was 54 years old. I know how old I was because I saved the card. I’d been playing golf on and off for around 40 years, so my first score in the 70’s was … Continue reading

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Long Equals Better? (Part 2)

After puzzling over the Tee it Forward program, and particularly trying to figure out why my initial reaction was cautious to negative, I’ve decided the following: First, I reacted as I did because I immediately react negatively when someone tells … Continue reading

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Long Equals Better?

A program encouraging golfers to use the tees appropriate to their games, such as the USGA “Tee it Forward” effort, makes sense. On the other hand, I wonder about some of its implications and effects. I’ll say more in a … Continue reading

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