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My Fingers Hurt…
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My Fingers Hurt…

We’ve all heard, and probably used, every excuse in the book as to why we’re playing bad golf. So let’s have some fun and revisit some of the common ones as well some pretty hilarious outlandish reasons as to why most of the time we struggle on the links. It’s too cold It’s too hot...

Golf on TV; Must See?
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Golf on TV; Must See?

Shark: 30 For 30 “This one might go down as one of the greatest final-round collapses in major tournament history” says the famous, soothing voice of CBS broadcaster Verne Lundquist. The line was given just as a golf ball takes a peak into the hole before rolling by on Augusta National’s 15th green. The player...

Be a Better Playing Partner
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Be a Better Playing Partner

I’ve played with and seen many characters on the golf course during my career. Luckily, most have been great people and a pleasant experience. But I’ve seen my fair share of obnoxious idiots too. Read the room, observe, and be aware. Follow a little advice, and even if you can’t break 100, you’ll always be...

HOF Career – By the Numbers
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HOF Career – By the Numbers

The World Golf Hall of Fame is unique in that you can be inducted while still actively playing on your respected tour. Phil Mickelson was inducted a few years ago and won a major after the fact. Fred Couples and Bernhard Langer have victories on the PGA Tour Champions after their respective inductions as well....

The Dr. Is In
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The Dr. Is In

March 8th is National Women’s Day. The day is meant to commemorate and celebrate female pioneers who stood up and fought for the rights of women’s equality everywhere. To go hand-in-hand with February’s Black History Month, I’d like to talk about a historical woman of color who resides just 45 minutes from me in Canton,...

SGL May Be SOL
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SGL May Be SOL

I tend to lean more towards being a traditionalist. I don’t love change. I’ll eventually embrace it, but historically it has taken awhile for me to accept, adjust, and get used to it. It takes a lot of convincing for me to get on board, but it is possible. So as you can imagine, I...

Chapter 1
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Chapter 1

This week at the Genesis Invitational, Tiger Woods returns as tournament host. It was this very event, last year, which Tiger was travelling from to an appearance when he had that devastating car accident. I for one am just excited to see Tiger resume his hosting duties, be on site, and hopefully join the crew...

600
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600

Charles Howell III has had a career one can only dream of. He’s also known for having the coolest nickname on the PGA Tour. While Chuckie 3-Sticks may not be a household name, he is known to diehard golf fans and his peers on tour as the human ATM machine. The man just plays solid...

Black History Month and Golf
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Black History Month and Golf

Boxer paves the way With Black History Month kicking off today I thought I’d shed some light on two incredibly important moments in golf; one that occurred some 70 years ago, and one that just took place this past Sunday. Many people think Charlie Sifford was the first African-American to play in a PGA Tour...