Monthly Archives: June 2012

Storm Rolling In

Storm Rolling In

Late afternoon golf in New England can offer some spectacular sights. Here is the threatening thunderstorm that ultimately skirted east. The color contrast is quite beautiful.

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Nothing Happens Overnight

Congratulations to Brittany Lang who won her first LPGA Tour event last week at the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic in Ontario Canada. She did it in a nail biter of  a playoff that lasted  3 holes. It was the first … Continue reading

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Ferncroft Country Club leads the Way with Zero Food Waste Initiative!

I’m very proud to be associated with a club that is environmentally aware. Bokashi, is a very cool composting method that is quick and easy, providing our chef with fantastic nutrient rich organic matter he easily adds to his herb garden!

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Scorecard ~ Friend or Foe?

Throughout my golfing career, whether while playing on the mini-tour or teaching amateur golfers of all skill levels, I have found that the SCORECARD seems to loom over golfers everywhere.  I think if we change how we view this seemingly … Continue reading

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The Fatigue Factor During Play

Do you ever play a round of golf where the wheels seem to start falling off around the 14th or 15th hole? Are you starting to hit shots  thin AND heavy? Is your direction off?  Distance shrinking?  You start to … Continue reading

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