Four Habits that Kill your Swing

While searching for a picture of a good set-up position I stumbled across this article, The 10 biggest golf swing killers. Out of those ten, I chose four to focus on. I promise that if you can improve these few things, you will see a big improvement. Enjoy and keep it...

Lessons from the USGA Women’s Open

This last week I had the great opportunity to attend the USGA Women’s Open at Pine Needles as a volunteer. Over the course of four days I had plenty of opportunity between shifts to go out and watch the players on the range and on the course. True, most of us...

Seven tips for Staying Safe in the Sun

Getting outside in the sun is one of the great benefits of playing golf. Unfortunately it is also one of it’s greatest dangers, as during just one round of golf, you are exposed to many times the UV rays necessary to cause a sunburn. There is good reason why...

Putting Practice with Purpose

Putting practice – we should all do it. The problem is, it’s so much harder to get motivated to work on those little taps (and miss the hole over and over again) than to go to the range, smash the ball, and watch it fly away in a nice arc. But, as I’m sure...

Tip from the Pro: Swinging in Balance

Balance in life is a key fundamental to happiness and success. Balance on the golf course is just as important. There are two things that need to be balanced while golfing. The first one is often overlooked and arguably could be the most important. 1) Emotional...

Starting Your Junior Off Right – by Wes Jones

Are you wondering how best to pass on your love for golf to your kids? I spent a number of years working and volunteering for The First Tee, a fantastic junior program. While there, I learned a lot about teaching young people. Yesterday was a great opportunity to use...