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Figuring Out What’s Important

Figuring Out What’s Important

Well….the past couple of months have not been ideal. To anyone who has been routinely checking up on the site while I have been away, I apologize for not putting out any content. The fact is, I have felt as though I’d rather write something and share it when I wanted to, and not just force out potentially bad content just for the sake of producing it. I could sit here and say that I have been “busy” with school, but the…

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Congratulations Tiger

Congratulations Tiger

Finally. Finally. Finally. Turns out, missing football was certainly worth it. Ladies and gentlemen, Tiger is officially back! The man in red was able to capture the TOUR Championship yesterday which gave him his first win of the year and the first in over five. I, along with the entire golfing world tuned in yesterday to watch him close out the final round. From start to finish, Tiger was able to secure the lead for the entire final round and…

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The Sport That Set A Man Free

The Sport That Set A Man Free

Golf has a way of bringing total strangers together, yesterday I was able to find an example of this online. I read an article on GolfDigest where they featured a man named Valentino Dixon who was wrongfully committed of murder, to summarize it as best as I can, while in prison he decided to draw pictures of golf courses. This got the attention of Max Adler from GolfDigest, and from there they were able to look into the case and…

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Recapping The 100th PGA Championship

Recapping The 100th PGA Championship

Last week I wrote about how changes to the PGA Championship schedule would benefit the major, I also said that the major itself was the least “prestigious” one out of the four. Having said that, it was arguably the most exciting one this year. Let’s start with the winner Brooks Koepka, who stayed in the lead the entire final round on his way to his second major of the year, and third in his career. After his US Open win earlier this…

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Commit To The Journey

Commit To The Journey

To read last weeks installment of this series, click here. You know its weird, in golf you meet new people whether its on the course, clubhouse, pro-shop….wherever really, and yet on many occasions that’s the last time you will see them baring any coincidence. Maybe your on vacation and get paired up with someone who you like, you both enjoy a round together and that’s it, I guess that’s part of life though, and that sometimes people come and go and…

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FedEx St. Jude Classic (Betting Predictions)

FedEx St. Jude Classic (Betting Predictions)

I was planning on getting this out yesterday, but decided to wait as there were a bunch of withdraws that happened as many players are focusing on next weeks US Open. These are one of those weeks in golf where you think more golfers have a realistic chance of winning as the field is not as strong. A few notable names in the field this week are DJ, Stenson, and Koepka….other than that you have a bunch of 2nd tier…

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Wrong From A Distance

Wrong From A Distance

I must say, working at a golf course had some perks, it was laid back, free golf, free food, and the ability to watch others golf throughout my shift. I think us golfers can all admit, when we see someone hit a bad shot we automatically think that person is no good, and vice versa when they hit a good shot, what we don’t realize is the situation at hand. The same can be said for judging people from a…

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A Simple Acknowledgment

A Simple Acknowledgment

I thought this would be a good first story to share as it happened last month when I went to Los Angeles for a little vacation. I usually travel to Los Angeles every few years and I always end up at the Alhambra Golf Course in Alhambra, California. I have been going to this course ever since my first trip to LA which was ten years ago. The course is no championship course by any means, but its a course…

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8 Tips That Will Help You Win in Match Play

8 Tips That Will Help You Win in Match Play

No matter what format of golf, I will always play, however over the years I have found match play to be my favourite. One of the reasons is because I have found it more competitive and the match stays that way throughout the round. Whenever I play against anyone I always suggest match play, as this gives golfers of all levels a better chance to compete. I thought it would be a good idea to share a few pieces of…

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