Monthly Archives: November 2010

My Number One Golf Resolution

My golf season is over, for all intents and purposes, so it seems appropriate that I make some resolutions for the new golf year, which is just around the corner. At the top of my list is to practice my … Continue reading

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San Diego Local Qualifying Event

If you live in Southern California, we have a USPT National Championship official qualifying event scheduled for December 26th (that’s a Sunday) at Encinitas Ranch golf course. If you don’t know where Encinitas Ranch is, it’s in Encinitas, California, in … Continue reading

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Toughest 20 Courses on the PGA TOUR

The list of the toughest 20 courses on the PGA TOUR in 2010, based on scoring average versus par, is out and what a list it is. Within the top 10 are the four courses that hosted this year’s majors, … Continue reading

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How is it possible to miss an 18-inch putt?

Is it physically possible to miss an 18-inch putt if you’re trying to make it? In a word – yes. I did it today. Sadly, it was a birdie putt. Actually, I’ve determined that there are several factors that can … Continue reading

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Time for a New Putter?

It’s almost the holidays, which means it’s almost a new golf season (at least in some parts of the country), which means it’s time to decide if you’re going to make a change in your equipment. With drivers, it’s easy. … Continue reading

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Why do golfers cheat?

Golf is a game of integrity, right? That’s what we hear. Play a round of golf with someone and you get a good idea of what that person’s like in life. I tend to agree. From their sociability to how … Continue reading

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