A putter fitting?

I enjoy perusing the Golf Digest Hot List each winter, but I don’t know that it’s ever sparked a burning desire in me to purchase new golf clubs.  I’m not much of a gadget guy or technology-head.  I rarely like, much less need, the next latest, greatest technology (2004 called yesterday and asked for my…

Adventures in Golf Course Food

Though of very little significance to me, the varying standards of golf course food options are always something I notice. Some golf clubs have elaborate grill rooms, full bars, and plush dining rooms for their members or patrons to enjoy.  Other courses offer food that’s one step below what you might find spinning on the…

The Second Lesson – The Backswing

I attended my second ever golf lesson Thursday night with Mike over at Man O’ War Golf. I approached the session with a modicum of confidence because I had worked diligently on the key points from my first lesson.  I had gone to the practice range 5 or 6 times in the two weeks since…

It’s always Widow’s Watch to me

Once upon a time, Widow’s Watch Golf Club, now known as Golf Club of the Bluegrass, was a beautiful escape into the Jessamine County countryside.  Unencumbered by civilization and its shortfalls, Widow’s Watch golf course was routed through raw, rolling hills with thick timber stands framing the incredibly natural terrain.  It was my favorite course…

Revisiting Mr. Penick’s Little Red Book

I’ve taken our Winterpocalypse as an opportunity to re-read one of my favorite golf books, Harvey Penick’s Little Red Book.  I first read the Little Red Book while in college.  If such a thing is possible, I knew less about golf and the golf swing then than I do now.  Trying to digest any level…