Self Hazard

The greatest hazard in golf is yourself.

 It is deeper than the British Open rough, more complex than USGA rules, and faster than Augusta’s greens. The frightening part about this hazard is most people do not realize they are in it until it has ruined their entire round.

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Make Minutes Matter

What is your 2018 Golf New Year’s Resolution? The answer usually goes something like this, “Well, I want to get better.”  Congratulations, you are part of the 84% that do not set goals for themselves and usually end up pissed on the course.

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Piloting your Game

Have you ever thought about the mental side of piloting a plane? What about the mental side of Piloting your Game?

(I would like to state that my experience in aviation goes no further than flying my drone around the house. These thoughts and comparisons are strictly from an observer’s perspective.)

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Elephant Ears

Peering down the range, I am amazed at the amount of elephant ears that I see. To start, I mean nothing
negative by this term. It is my phrase to describe the golfer that is listening for any swing tip that will
change his game. “I know that the next tip I hear from a buddy will change my game forever” –
Elephant Ear Earl.

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