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When The PGA Tour Leaves Town

Ever been a casualty of a PGA Tour pullout?  Milwaukee, Wisconsin has. A month ago I went to visit my brother in Central Illinois to take in the U of I men’s basketball opener at the newly renovated State Farm Center. I’ll always call it the Assembly Hall, a unique arena that has stood the […]

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Golf’s Mental Key — Dynamic Linear Focus

Over the past few years I’ve examined concepts and developed principles applicable to the process of playing golf. Make no mistake golf is a process. I constantly refer to it in my instruction. The very definition of a process is a series of actions that produce something or that lead to a particular result. The […]

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Major Predictions For 2016

With the Race to Dubai being decided this past weekend I can officially declare an end to the 2015 professional golf season. Quite a season it was. What did we learn from it? What future message is it sending? Are we on the brink of a cataclysmic change in this game we haven’t seen since […]

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Daybreak By The Lake

For the third time in eleven years an international champion was crowned at Whistling Straits on Sunday. This time the “Wonder from Down Under”, Jason Day, hoisted the Wanamaker Trophy by completely dominating his fellow competitors posting a major championship record score of twenty under par. Dominant but still a bit competitive, as the top […]

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Armed For Success

When you see something amazing at times you have to take a second look to confirm what you’re watching. In my case I often need to clean my glasses. Today as I participated in a PGA Jr Clinic for the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits I came across young boy who is very special. Unfortunately […]

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Ready To Whistle at the Straits

    With Whistling Straits hosting its third major championship in eleven years many of the players are familiar with the course. As always weather conditions can impact scoring but in August it’s doubtful the winds will blow with the force felt at St. Andrews a few weeks ago. Predominantly any breeze should be from […]

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Play or Go?

Golf is unique in that it can be played for a lifetime in a variety of ways — recreationally, socially or competitively. It doesn’t matter when a player has been introduced to the game they will often continuing playing until they no longer can’t. Maybe it’s an injury sending one to the clubhouse. It could […]

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Saints and Sinners

Call it St. Andrews but the thing about this course is there are plenty of un-saintly places a player could end up. The bunkers have names like Strath, Hell, Coffin and the Road Hole Bunker. There is even a Valley of Sin awaiting on the final hole. All of these cleverly placed obstacles extracted their […]

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***Becoming Blackwolf Run — Buy It***

The new E-Book Becoming Blackwolf Run is now available for purchase.  The book has been published through Smashwords and may be purchased on their site.  It is also available on iBooks and through Barnes and Noble.    

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Freight Trains, Fescue, Four Feet & The Phenom

Writers looking for a closing story on this 115th US Open have plenty of material. Where to begin? The obvious place is at the top of the leaderboard. The kid amazed all of us again by putting himself into a familiar position for such a young age. He is a finisher. He is a winner. […]

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