Introducing Kids to the Game of Golf.

Horseshoes, Golf Balls and Putting

Posted by on Sep 13, 2011 in Featured, For Kids, Putting Games | 1 comment

A critical factor for success in raising your young golfer is playing games. The games don’t have to be structured or have any basic rules, the key is just to go have some fun and let your creative juices flow. Through games kids will learn…what parents need to recognize is that giving them instruction or having them do boring drills will create an environment where candidly… the game is not that fun for a youngster.

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Look for Teachable Moments (and stay half full)

Posted by on Sep 5, 2011 in Best Practices, Featured, For Kids, Lesson's Learned | 0 comments

The question… is the glass half full, or half empty? Bill Cosby answered the question like this…  “It depends on whether...

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Putting Game… Pennies, Nickels, Quarters!

Posted by on Feb 22, 2011 in Featured, First Lessons, Putting, Putting Games | 2 comments

If you are looking for a really fun game to put some extra money in your child’s piggybank, I would recommend a putting game that Sadie and I play with some quarters (but any size coin will work).

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The Power of “the Adventure list”

Posted by on Feb 5, 2011 in Best Practices, Featured, First Lessons, For Kids | 0 comments

  Earlier, I had one of my favorite blogs on the power of creating a list (Click to see Adventure Blog).  I have used this strategy...

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One of those special moments…

Posted by on Dec 4, 2010 in Best Practices, Core Values, Featured, For Parents | 0 comments

Being a parent is a special gift… the “gift that keeps on giving” are those special memories that you store in the memory bank that will make you smile when you old and wrinkly.

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When is too early?

Posted by on Nov 30, 2010 in Best Practices, Chipping, Featured, First Lessons, For Kids, Putting | 3 comments

Over the last 3-4 years, I have had countless people ask me the same question, “when is the right time to start their child (or grandchild) playing golf?” The short answer is now, but the long answer is below! Let me explain…

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