We found shopping for golf clubs to be quite confusing at times. There is so much “information” out there but what felt like no answers. Some folks would be emphatic that using cut down clubs is a bad answer. Others would say to use as long a club as possible. We heard Continue reading →
Help for Caddies! The true motivation for me to start this blog is to help caddies out there. Caddying for a child golfer can be challenging for a lot of parents. In my experience, kids need Continue reading →
The first step in getting your 4 years and older child started with golf is identifying their interest. Golf is one of those things that you either have it in your DNA or not. You talk to some folks and it’s the same for kids. Some will be interested Continue reading →
Match play scoring is different than stroke play. In match play, the player who holes out with fewest strokes wins the hole. It doesn’t really matter how many strokes, as long as it was fewer than their opponent, they won the hole. By way of example, Continue reading →
Let’s go over how to score. There are a lot of rules in golf, so how to score could be a very large topic. I’ll break scoring down as simply as possible. You will have a nice introduction on how to score here so that at a minimum, Continue reading →
Golf is different from most other sports. For most kids, their parents stay on the sidelines and there is a coach-to-kid ratio of perhaps one or two to twenty. In golf, in most cases, there is Continue reading →
Junior golf is on the rise in many parts of the country. I’ve observed an increase in the number of participants at events over the years. The increase in popularity means that more and more pros and courses are offering junior events and lessons.