Golf Nutrition: How Do You Get Energized?

Whether you’re heading out for a round of golf or heading into the office for the day (hopefully the former), it doesn’t take a PhD to figure out that getting something into your system that’s well balanced and nutritious to sustain your energy is crucial for maintaining a high level of awesomeness. I’ve recently added…

Review: Bayonet Black Horse (Bayonet Course)

The Monterey Peninsula is known as a golfing haven, most notably for Pebble Beach Golf Links. However, there is more to golfing the peninsula than paying the big bucks to golf along ocean cliffs. There is great golf a bit further inland which shouldn’t be missed. A great example of that is the Bayonet Golf…

The Grateful Golfer

Being a golfer and being grateful. Two things that should always go hand in hand to keep your mental game healthy, whether out on the course or during the off season. Golf is a privilege, an opportunity, and a luxury that we should be grateful for. Each time we forget that while we’re on the course…

Review: Spallumcheen Golf and Country Club

Spallumcheen Golf and Country Club’s website describes the course as “The Gem of the North Okanagan” — I can’t help but agree. It’s located in beautiful Vernon, British Columbia, Canada just off of Highway 97N and offers 27 holes of golfing heaven. An 18 hole championship course and a 9 hole executive course provides something for…

2014 Major Championships Predictions

It’s still pretty early in the 2014 season, but Augusta is going to come quick for a lot of players and the major championships will be underway. Tiger has looked rusty. So has Phil. Rory’s game seems to be coming around. Adam Scott was playing terrific golf and is now on hiatus. Even Sergio chalked…

Golf Warm Up – Getting Your Round Started Right

Although I try my best to ignore what other people are doing on the range, I can’t help but notice on occasion how other people perform their golf warm up before a round. I’ll often notice fellow amateurs sabotaging themselves during their pre-round warm up. I’ve seen clubs thrown, self degrading curses after poor shots,…

Review: Point Grey Golf and Country Club

Point Grey Golf and Country Club (click for website) is a private golf club located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Beth and I were lucky enough to play here because of reciprocal playing privileges with the Calgary Golf and Country Club. It was the day after Beth’s half marathon in Vancouver during our August 2013…

Kettlebell Workouts

Ah, the ancient kettlebell. Timeless. Elegant. Powerful. I don’t sell kettlebells. I don’t get paid to endorse kettlebell workouts. My Dad got me started on them and bought me my first three. Then I bought some more. I like them. They’re fun and you can use them anywhere in your house, although I have yet…

The Improvement Zone

Sometimes golfers can put up mental barriers built out of past performances and how they view themselves as a golfer. As they play more rounds they start to establish a range of scores in which they tend to shoot most often. This is what is commonly referred to as the “comfort zone”. This term has…