Our annual Club Championship was contested this past weekend, which marked my first stroke play tournament since last year's Club Championship. The Club Championship is every club golfer's major. For me it is always circled on my calendar early in the season. If I could only play stellar for one week all season, I'd pick Club Championship week. The problem with being pumped up for an event is that golf is a sick and twisted game.
The great thing about golf is that you learn something every time you tee it up. Whether it's something about your game, the course you're playing, or yourself as a human, the learning opportunities are everywhere. And unfortunately, as I learned this year, adversity also offers some of the best opportunities to learn.
The best weekend of the year for the working amateur golfer is now behind us -- the Club Championship. It had been 362 days since my last competitive stroke-play round at last year's Club Championship, so I was filled with both excitement and a few nerves to kick off the pinnacle event of the season ...
This past weekend was the annual Club Championship tournament at our home club. For anyone involved in a golf club, the Club Championship is usually the flagship event which players look forward to the most. They put on a great event at our club, and it's about much more than just the golf. There are some fun … Continue reading Club Championships 2015