A Unique Perspective on Dress Codes in Golf

I grew up in a small Saskatchewan town of about 1,400 people. I learned to play golf with the help of my Dad on a 9 hole municipal golf course. There were no dress codes. Heck, there weren't even tee times. It was a great place to grow up and learn the game. It was inexpensive, ridiculously accessible, and you could show up any time and wear anything you wanted, as long as you were wearing something. Courses like this are important for the game ...

Getting Fit with DM Golf Performance

Getting fit for golf isn't just about out-driving your friends and lower scores. It's also about general well-being, enhanced enjoyment, and longevity. In my latest Road to Scratch post, I talked about recovering from injury, which had a significant impact on my game. Making a full recovery from injury is one thing, but taking steps to prevent it from happening again in the future is equally important to me. This is where DM Golf Performance comes in ...

Road to Scratch Update: Bouncing Back and Keeping Perspective

In a recent post about this year’s Club Championship, I shed some light on my physical struggles with my lower back, glute and leg. It has been a slow and steady process, but I'm happy to report I'm back on the golf course enjoying the game I love. I've turned a corner in the past week and, for the first time in a while, have felt good enough to get several full rounds in ...