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Balloon Bash

On May 17 had a great blessing in doing a junior golf clinic at the San Jose First Tee. They had 85 kids and parents and the highlight is always having the parents and teachers finish with swinging through a water balloon to hit a ball. I think I have more fun than the […]

By |May 29th, 2014|Categories: Event Experiences||0 Comments

Surprise Meeting Menlo Park

 

I was recently down in Menlo Park, Ca and spoke at a men’s Bible study (New Cannan Society) and met Takahide Akiyama– he presented me with the Japanese Mulligan book!! He is a friend of Ken Blanchard and Ken gave him a Mulligan book and ask him if he would translate it into Japanese, […]

By |May 28th, 2014|Categories: Event Experiences||0 Comments

I Captured This Beautiful Moment For You

By |May 21st, 2014|Categories: Event Experiences||0 Comments

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

By |May 21st, 2014|Categories: Event Experiences||0 Comments

Replay Good Shots In Your Mind

When I caddied for Gary Player on the tour, the thing that stuck with me the most was his incredibly positive attitude. Every shot he came to, no matter how bad the lie or how many obstacles were in the way, he knew he could pull it off. In fact, he seemed to enjoy […]

By |April 21st, 2014|Categories: Golf Tips, Golf Wisdom, Old Pro||0 Comments

Create Lasting Friendships

When I caddied for Gary Player on the tour, the thing that stuck with me the most was his incredibly positive attitude. Every shot he came to, no matter how bad the lie or how many obstacles were in the way, he knew he could pull it off. In fact, he seemed to enjoy […]

Keep The Game In Perspective

One of the hardest working golfers I ever knew was Bob Unger. I met Bob and his wife, Jenny, in the early 70s while we were both struggling through mini-tours, trying to qualify for the tour. They were great people, but neither of them had a relationship with the Lord.

Bob and Jenny lived and […]

Mentor Younger Players

A number of years ago I got the chance to take my fourteen-year-old son, Blake, with me to watch the Masters tournament. When Blake was born I was no longer on the tour full-time, and he had never had an opportunity to see me play professionally. But he had spent many an hour over […]

Pass On Your Passion

During most of the years that I played on tour, I often used local caddies from the courses where the tournaments were being played. A lot of guys on tour used the same caddy for all their games, but I liked getting to know the young players around the country.

When I was a kid, […]

Develop A Love For The Game

Ben Hogan had a huge impact on me as a golfer, long before I ever met him. As a child, I used to marvel at his ability with a golf club and the level of greatness he brought to the game. I had always been a student of golf history, and Hogan was one […]