Hail To The Abbey

September 4, 2013 0

Twenty-six times the National Open golf championship of Canada has been played at the Glen Abbey Golf Club.  For years, in concert with each hosting duty you often hear the same things – that Glen […]

Golf’s Race To The Bottom

May 2, 2013 0

As I followed the exploits on Guan Tianlang over the last number of weeks I was both excited and horrified at the same time.  While I was pleased for the 14 year-old and what was […]

Masters Fever – A Welcome Ailment

April 8, 2013 0

I know few golfers who are immune.  Not only is The Masters the first (men’s) major championship of the season it also signifies the start of the “real” golf season.  Not the snowbird season or […]

A Different Approach To Golf Course Rankings

March 25, 2013 0

While they make for a great talking point I’m not a fan of golf course rankings. Why you ask?  Well, frankly, I don’t think they can be very accurate.  The subject is…well, way too subjective. […]

The Luck of The Irish

March 17, 2013 0

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! In honour of the day when just about everyone in the world is Irish for 24 hours I thought I ‘d share this little video from Golfing World. Let’s hope you […]

Give A Little, Get More Back

March 14, 2013 1

Nothing disappoints me more than seeing selfishness in action. Far too often people believe that doing something for themselves is the path to the greatest rewards. While I may never convince them otherwise, it’s been […]

Rewind: A City in His Corner

January 11, 2013 0

This was my Opening Drive column from the Winter print issue of Flagstick.  I thought it might be a good idea to reproduce here after Brad Fritsch made his debut as a PGA Tour member […]

Final Putts For 2013

December 22, 2012 0

Like a lighting bolt it appeared on my computer screen this morning on a popular social media site. “Life must be lived forwards, but can only be understood backwards.” – Soren Kierkegaard To say the least, […]

Mid-December Musings

December 18, 2012 0

It wasn’t long ago when the golf world packed up in the late Fall and emerged from hibernation months later.  It’s hardly the case today. As noted by somebody yesterday, this actually marks a…wait for […]

Old Course Renovations Causing Uproar

November 27, 2012 0

You would think that with it being almost December there would not be a lot to talk about in golf these days.  No chance, it’s busier than ever and the chatter about the game is […]

24 Hours at Nike Golf U.

November 6, 2012 0

Spending any significant amount of time with a single manufacturer can leave you a little overwhelmed by information.  When it comes to Nike Golf that goes to a whole new level. With tentacles of their business in […]

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