Introducing Kids to the Game of Golf.

Practice vs. Games (Games rule)

Posted by on Mar 23, 2014 in Best Practices, First Lessons, For Kids, Putting | 2 comments

The other day, my daughter and I went to the golf course to work on our putting…. Of course, I didn’t tell her we were going to go...

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Putting Tip – “Rocking the Baby”

Posted by on Oct 26, 2013 in Best Practices, First Lessons, For Kids, Putting, Uncategorized | 1 comment

My teacher, Mr. Harvey Penick, was masterful in aligning a past muscle movement in his instruction when teaching a stroke/swing.  I can...

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Establishing the Proper Set up – Putting Fundamentals

Posted by on May 23, 2013 in Best Practices, First Lessons, For Kids, Putting | 1 comment

It is my belief that the best time to start introducing a child in the game of golf is the age of 3-4 years old.  At this age, they...

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Putting Game… Pennies, Nickels, Quarters!

Posted by on Feb 22, 2011 in Featured, First Lessons, Putting, Putting Games | 3 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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More Games: Horse and “7’s”

Posted by on Feb 13, 2011 in First Lessons, Games to Play, Hitting Games, Putting, Putting Games | 0 comments

Two fun games for all ages, Horse and 7’s: HORSE or PIG (for the driving range) – Playing HORSE on the driving range is always...

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My first blog – What would Harvey say!

Posted by on Dec 18, 2010 in Best Practices, First Lessons, For Kids, Lesson's Learned, Putting | 8 comments

Harvey Penick said, “A player that can putt is a match for anyone.” He also recommended that kids of all ages learn the game...

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