Mark Long is the mind behind the numbers on the PGA Tour. About 15 years ago he went from giving yardages to his player as a caddie for Nolan Henke and Fred Funk to becoming the man responsible for making certain the entire field knows exactly where they stand on every fairway and green during … Continue reading Meet Mark Long — the former caddie responsible for creating the incredibly detailed yardage and greens books used on the PGA Tour each week
It started for Tony Navarro with a Greyhound bus ride in 1978. Fresh out of high school, Navarro left his hometown of Moline, Ill., to make the trek to Glen Abbey Golf Club, hoping to caddie at the Canadian Open. His pockets filled with only $200, the bus ride cost Navarro $50. It would … Continue reading ‘He’s a legend. Nobody has seen it all, but he’s close to it.’ Here’s the story of caddie Tony Navarro.
It’s no secret that players have a literal universe of swing tips available to them in the form of video, instruction articles online and even well-intentioned advice from friends and playing partners.
Let’s face it: the game we love has tons of things we’d love to see tweaked a little to make it more enjoyable. Slow play is obviously at or near the top of the list, but there’s other stuff that chaps us, too, like when you bust a perfect drive down the middle, but it … Continue reading If you could change one thing in golf, what would it be?
Guest Post by: Adam Young I’m constantly thinking of ways of simplifying my message to golfers – this post basically boils down what you need to be working on into 3 simple keys. I speak to average golfers every day – most of them are so frustrated because they simply have no idea what creates … Continue reading 3 Things That Guarantee Better Golf
“Success is on the far side of failure” Thomas Watson’s well-known quotation is one of many that speak to the necessity and inevitability of failure. And while we may apply these lessons to our work life, we are often unwilling to apply them to our golf. In this lesson, I will discuss how fear keeps … Continue reading Don’t Be Afraid to Fail on The Golf Course…It Builds Character!