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The Grateful Golfer
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The Toronto Golf & Travel Show does not generally disappoint. It was a mecca of golf for three days at the International Centre by Pearson International Airport! With 100s of booths, there was something for everyone. This will be my fourth year in a row…

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Golfchat is a loose organization of keen, like-minded golfers who willingly share their views on golf. Although we do not always agree, the discussions are lively and informative. The recent theme of alternate ways to bring players to the game brought two…

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I wrote this for #golfchat. What do you think? Panic has hit the golfing industry! Over the past 20 years, the decline in participation of golf has sent many gurus into a tizzy! They are panicking to find new innovative ways to draw more first-time…

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Part of any golfer’s off-season training program includes jumping on and off golf’s bandwagon. That 2 or 3 foot jump in the air builds muscles, dexterity, and coordinated movements needed to a great golf swing. The only hazard to this exercise is falling…

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I was asked a question by one of my friends yesterday about golf. This is not an unusual thing; however this question got me thinking. I answered very quickly, but now that I had the chance to think about it, I thought it would be a great topic for an…

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Most golfers carry 14 clubs. There is a specific reason for this that I discussed in an earlier post. However, the number of clubs is not really the issue of this post, but whether you are carrying the right 14 clubs. About 10 years ago, I traded my 5…

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A few years back I was golfing in the spring. The ground was wet and there was plenty of casual water around. After teeing off the 11th hole, we could not find my ball and this picture was taken:

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As amateur golfers it does not take much to change our golf game. I guess the same is for the professionals, but I would suggest they are better equipped to avoid those defining moments. It does not take much in some cases to change our attitude,…

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Golf is a funny sport. There seems to be the air of confusion that there is one ultimate golf secret that will fix anyone’s game. Research will show that ‘many men at the top of the mountain’ have the sage answer. Of course it is in the form of a riddle…
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