Category Archives: General Golf Stuff

Listen To Your Body When It Comes To Mechanics

I would give that advice to anyone who is playing regular golf and has any pain or nagging soreness issues.

In fact, and perhaps it’s because I have scoliosis and am very careful about hurting my back, I always listen to what my body is telling me when it comes to pain or soreness.

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Happy New Year 2018!

Well, we are firmly in winter’s icy grip here in the hinterlands (this morning dropped to -25C or -13F, but it’s already back up to a balmy -18 at the moment), and I have visions of green grass and warm blue skies to keep me warm as the New Year approaches.

Happy New Year to those for whom it has already arrived in the Far East and South Pacific!

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Walked A Fun 18 Holes Yesterday (Ball Goes Far)

I was surprised yesterday when, during an entertaining 18 holes walked up at Mill Run Golf Club as Welshman’s guest with two friends of his (one is a teaching professional at Angus Glen G.C., a Canadian Open site), I realized that I hadn’t played a full 18 holes of golf in over two and a half years (January 2015 in California).

That was riding in a cart as well – I had to really go back to remember the last time I walked 18 holes on a full length course with a carry bagĀ (I played quite a few 9 hole rounds on the course at the facility where I have practiced), and that was back in the summer of 2013.

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Time For A Wax Golf Face Lift (Updated)

Update below the break

If you notice any changes in the blog’s appearance in the coming days, don’t be alarmed – it isn’t going anywhere, and if you see some missing posts, that’s part of what’s going to be happening.

Simply, I’ve taken a look at everything here and think a change is in order – I’ve got over 1,400 posts written on this blog or posted from previous blogs, most of which I’ve taken down for now, as I decide what to keep and what to discard (which I don’t really – I put them back into “draft status” in case I want or need to revive them, and that keeps any comments on them still alive as well).

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