On Ranking Golf Instructors

I love the discussion that springs from this recent article by Brandel Chamblee, but I don’t agree with his take. As a PGA Professional and the son of a retired junior high art teacher, I can say the long-running and ongoing debate in public schools to find the “good”...

If You Love Your Kids, Bring Them to the Golf Course

You love your kid.  At least most of the time.  So as a PSA, we’re helping you love your kid more by offering the most compelling evidence that golf is the best game for your kid (and you) to play.  Let’s start at the beginning, where so many of us first got hooked on...

The Search for Silence

The Search for Silence Stop reading this and get to a golf course.  Wait.  Read it quickly and then get to a golf course. As 21st century Americans, we are constantly bombarded with emails, texts, Facebook, TV, billboards…the list is endless.  And within each of these...

Moving Parts #1-Knees

Play Better at Fox Hollow #7–Knee Flex Moving Parts #1–Knee Flex   We first talked about our knee flex when we were discussing our Posture and our 3-D Set-up Box.  We saw how important it was to set up with a similar knee flex from shot to shot. But today as we...

Pre-Shot Routine #5-The Grip

Play Better at Fox Hollow #5–The Grip We come to the end of our pre-shot golf tips with a lesson on how we should be holding the club.  In reality, we should have started with the grip, but it’s so boring to talk about that I didn’t want to lose readers halfway...

Pre-Shot Routine #4–The 3-D Set-Up Box

3-D Set-Up Box   This is a golf tip that will be skipped over or forgotten by 90% of the people who start to read it.  It’s so basic that intermediate and advanced golfers will think it’s beneath them to take the time to read it, let alone work on it during their next...