A more satisfying way to putt: Stop reading too much break. And don’t leave it short!

I predominately play golf on daily fee and municipal golf courses.  Every once in a while I’ll be fortunate to receive an invite to play a private course in our area, or I’ll take a golf trip a couple of times a year and play some really nice courses. Always, without fail, the greens are…

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The CarveOn Scorecard Holder – A little bit of #TourSauce for everyone

I’ve never been particularly good at answering these questions, “What do you want for (Christmas/Your Birthday/Anniversary/Father’s Day)?” I’m not much of a gadget guy: until this spring, I was still rocking a BlackBerry phone.  If people want to buy me clothes, I usually ask for things that are tried and true and don’t require much…

Old South Golf Links – Something a little different in the S.C. Low Country

On my several jaunts to Hilton Head Island (“HHI”), the fairly steep discounts offered by the off-island, Bluffton area golf courses are always intriguing. On the course websites and on GolfNow, 18 holes with a cart seems to go for half, or even less, of what the HHI-proper courses charged for greens and carts fees.…

September Poll Question: Have you ever walked off the golf course for pace of play issues?

Pace of Play issues are not a new phenomenon for the golfing masses.  It’s hard to find a recent edition of almost any major golf publication that doesn’t include an acknowledgment of and possible solutions for slow play. The USGA and R&A websites are replete with “helpful” guidelines, course management resources, and results of scientific…