Lessons

Mike has been a teaching pro, expert club fitter, and club maker since 1997, which is the year I began to play golf.

Mike has been a teaching pro, expert club fitter, and club maker since 1997, which is the year I began to play golf.

2014 was the year I finally reached out for professional help with my golf swing and golf game.  I am fortunate to have a friend and client in Mike Pulliam, who also happens to be a great teaching golf pro out at Man O’ War Golf.

Together, we are breaking down the multitude of bad habits and bad muscle memory and building an actual golf swing to replace the contorted, disjointed go-go dance that my prior swing had become.  With each new lesson, a new part of my body aches.  But if they can put a man on the Moon and rebuild the Six Million Dollar Man, surely they have the technology to help me build a better, faster, stronger golf swing.

Below is my collection of columns that update my progression from weekend duffer to amateur golfer.

The best selling, most beloved golf book of all time, and it's not even close.

A lot of what I’m hearing and learning in my lessons is familiar and fresh in my mind since I just re-read Harvey Penick’s Little Red Book.

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