March 7, 2017
March 6, 2017
September 15, 2016
This is so true and you can apply this to the Golf Course as well to help with keeping our par 3 tees in good shape. Also, Please sand fill the divots on the course. NOTE-Always leave the course knowing you had good adequate.
June 10, 2016
Golf is a game that we can play every day and we are challenged with different shot making skills. This past spring our rough was thick, sticky and long due to wet conditions. Below is a course management tip on what to do when your golf ball ventures out in the rough.
Imagine playing the sixth hole and you just hit your golf ball in the deep rough on the right side. The green is 250 yards away. Try to select a short iron and advance the ball down the fairway to about 125 yards from the green. That is only a 125 yard club. Some players will try a 3-wood and duff it, others would try a long iron and chunk it and your worse off. Hopefully this course management tip will help you select the right club to help you lower your scores.
Dave James, PGA
September 3, 2015
Golfers tend to come up with their own version of the USGA Rules. Please click on the link below to view 18 misunderstood rules in my opinion.
Scott Bruha, PGA