Monthly Archives: July 2012

Was It A Meltdown at The Open?

I must say, I’ve watched many golf events both live and on TV and this was one of the most exciting tournaments I’ve ever seen.  Everyone thought Adam Scott had it in the bag.  He was due. He has one … Continue reading

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Everything Happens For a Reason

A Note From The Tee, I am a firm believer in everything happens for a reason. In 2009 I got a call from Kevin McGovern about taking a golf lesson. I recognized the name as I’d seen pamphlets in the … Continue reading

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What is Your Bell Curve For Golf?

What is YOUR Bell Curve For Golf? I thought I would build on, or rather continue the theme of the 80/20 rule from last week and talk about numbers as they relate to scoring. Therefore, I will pose a question. … Continue reading

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Do You Use the 80/20 Rule?

What inspired this particular post was the U.S. Women’s Open final round. Na Yeon Choi had a triple bogie on the 10th hole. She hit her tee shot left into a hazard. After many minutes of discussion, viewing as many … Continue reading

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Casual Round vs Competitive Round…Why So Different?

Having played many competitive rounds of golf in my career, I always marveled at how the pressure always mounted the closer I got to the first tee on the first day of the tournament. Of course days before the tournament, … Continue reading

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