In the Golf Zone

Monthly Archives: February 2016

Golf is the loneliest sport. You’re completely alone with every conceivable opportunity to defeat yourself. Golf brings out your assets and liabilities as a person. The longer you play, the more certain you are that a man’s performance is the outward manifestation of who, in his heart, he really thinks he is. – Hale Irwin

“One of the most fascinating things about golf is how it reflects the cycle of life. No matter what you shoot-the next day you have to go back to the first tee and begin all over again and make yourself into something.” -Peter Jacobsen

In the adrenaline pumped world of golf, a major controversy has been stirring. One that outsiders are most likely completely unaware of. A rule change banning anchoring that is set for 2016 has caused outrage. However, before you fall off the edge of your seat, we must explain said controversy. The USGA is the United States’ governing body for the rules of golf. Every four years the rules of golf are updated… Read More

It is important to understand that when we are working around the greens we cannot simply aim at the flag. We have to take into account the ball rolling. Therefore we pick a target to land to ball, with the intended result of the ball rolling out to the target. In addition, our eyes should be looking at this target rather than the flag Using rings, or towels help you zone in… Read More