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As the season draws to a close, it is time to reflect on your year. How did you do? What are you happy with? What are your plans moving forward? What do you want to improve? There is a saying that PGA Tour and LPGA Tour players agree should never come out of your mouth. The saying: “I’ve got it now.” Why? Because anyone who plays golf knows you never really have i…

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Now that the summer is winding down, it is time to reflect on how you played, what you did well, what you could have done better and what you are willing to work on. The wish The progression of improvement starts with a wish. You might say to yourself, “I wish I could play better.” I wish I could break 100, 90, 80, 70.” “I wish I could putt better, chip better, hit my dr…

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Finally, the weather is improving and most of us have had a chance to get out and play. How are you doing?  Are you happy with your game? Hitting it the way you like? Getting it up and down? Making most of your putts? Or, are you struggling?  That slice just has not disappeared.  Maybe you are continuing to chunk your chips? I have had the honor of witnessing an extreme…

Are you a risk-taker or do you prefer to play it safe?  Do you map out the course and know all the yardages or do you just wing it? Many of you might have taken a DISC or Meyers Briggs Assessment at work to discover your personal behavior style. Knowing your golf personality can help you play better. I have been so intrigued with behavior and motivation that I became ce…

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Have you ever stood over a shot that meant something to you and felt nerves?  Were you afraid to draw the club back? Maybe you couldn’t even move? Did you feel your heart pounding? Any dedicated, committed players know that feeling.  It doesn’t matter if it is for a quarter, $5, or to win the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur Championship. I wonder what Jennife…

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How important is the ability to bounce back and recover from a setback in golf? It's only the most important thing. Why? Because we all miss shots. The Players Championships is this week. The first-round leaders — Tommy Fleetwood and Keegan Bradley — played terribly last Saturday in Orlando at Bay Hill. Bradley shot 75 and Fleetwood shot 76. Why is that a big deal…

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Former Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams takes his golf game very seriously. Williams and partner Greg Berthelot won medalist honors at the USGA U.S. Amateur Qualifier Monday at the Country Club of Louisiana to qualify for the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship, May 24-29 at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Bandon, Ore. Williams and Berthelot combined for an 8-under 6…

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Anything and everything to do with the game of golf was happening last week in Orlando with the annual PGA Merchandise Show. The week started with Demo Day on Tuesday. Held at Orange County National Golf Club, you got an opportunity to try all the latest equipment. Orange County’s driving range and practice facility are the largest in America, so this was the perfect pl…