A whole different game from the red tees

One bright, breezy Saturday this past December, I finally did something on the golf course that I had been telling myself that I should do for a long time: I played an entire round from the forward (red) tees at Kearney Hill Golf Links. What was supposed to be an exercise in changing perspectives turned…

Winter Golf Lessons – Part II – muscle memory

Two months ago, when I started my Winter Golf Lessons package at Man O’ War Golf, I had modest expectations.  I had just wrapped my up my most successful and fulfilling golf season to date, on the strength of a handful lessons spread throughout the year. I hoped maybe my pro could take some of…

How do I not “Lose” my swing over the Winter?

It’s October, which in Central Kentucky means that I have from two to six weeks of golf season left in 2014.  Sure, there will be the random warm afternoon or sunny Sunday that will tempt my golf Jones now and then. But the days of being assured of turning in at least one 18 hole…

Cabin Fever & This Golfer’s Prayer for Springtime

It has been a long, white winter here in Central Kentucky, which has included record low temperatures and more snow and ice than anytime in my 17 years in Lexington.  We’ve endured weeks on end of overcast skies before, but it’s hard to find anyone that recalls a harsher Kentucky winter with more brutal conditions…