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Golf Vacation Tips (Guest Post by Beth Myers)


As the season starts to wind down and have some time to reflect on the year, I promise that I will be doing some writing and shooting some videos to help play and teach the game a little better. Until then, I am always entertaining articles from guest writers. Here is another one from Beth […]

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7 Yoga Poses For Golf (A Guest Post by Cindy Prosser)


Since I am not writing as much as I used to, I am entertaining offers from guest posts. It must relate to golf preferably. So if you have an idea and need a venue, feel free to contact me @jsutton@carmelcountryclub.org and send it over for my approval. Please welcome Cindy Prosser as she shares some […]

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A Guest Post From “The Golf Geek”: How Rat Poison Can Get You Target Focused


Here is a guest post from my good friend Allan from the U.K. He has a passion for the game and some great insight. I always enjoy a view from a passionate golfer and I hope you enjoy this insightful and creative post. Please leave a comment below. About the Author Dr Geek is a […]

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A Great Blog Post From James Donnelly: Body Language


I think we can apply this to our golf games and our jobs, whatever you may do. Thanks for the gret post and for the kind shout-out. I know I will be thinking of these swing thoughts as I prepare for some upcoming speeches. Thanks JD. swing thought” You’ve probably heard that body language is […]

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2010 U.S. Amateur at Chambers Bay: Perspective from an avid golfer. A Guest Post from Tom Chambers


As the U.S. Am finishes up today at Chambers Bay, I received an excellent email that I wanted to share from one of my students that recently played there. Here is Tom Chambers take on his experience at one of Americas hidden gems. Thanks for the post Tom. I am officially jealous and will put […]

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