Growing up I had many favourite players. Seve, Norman and then later, Mickelson. I liked their go for broke attitude. Nothing was impossible, no shot too risky to attempt. Seve burst on to the scene and was noticeably different from other touring professionals.
Can Lasse, a golf "rookie" who has never even held a club before, be taught how to beat a top golf pro in just six months?
I’m a huge fan of most sports, particular individual sports like golf, tennis, skiing, athletics and boxing. I’ve come to realise that it’s not just the competitiveness and the results I enjoy, I also love watching how athletes manage themselves under pressure. I find it remarkable how we all have our own little tells, our own small idiosyncrasy’s that appear when we’re uncomfortable or as part of our routine.
After Anthony Joshua’s impressive victory over Ukrainians Wladimir Klitschko last Saturday night, I thought I’d write my blog centred around boxing and golf.
A couple of weeks ago saw Seo Yeon Ryu defeat Lexi Thompson on the first hole of a playoff, to capture the year's first Major Championship. But how both players ended up on the same score to force a playoff was not pleasant viewing.
The Masters! Just the name sends shivers down my spine. With beautiful flowers, magnolia drive, lush green fairways and sun soaked supporters, you know the summer is on its way. What a tournament to start the true golfing season.
Playing golf and dating at the same time. Recipe for disaster or birdies all round.
Top golfer’s men and women don’t judge their golf game solely on power.
Today sees the start of the 84th Sunningdale Foursomes tournament at Sunnigdale Golf Club. The tournament is very special as any combination of players are accepted. For example, both male and female professional or amateur golfs can play together. The issue is how do you make it fair for all competitors.
Have you ever heard the expression, Practice Makes Perfect? Well it’s not true!! Practice Makes Permanent.
The winner will receive a dozen new Titles ProV 1 or ProV1x
If you had to pick three key fundamentals to playing consistent good golf what would they be?
How many of us struggle during the first few holes to find a rhythm, loosen those muscles and to settle into a round?
“The game of golf is too slow, it’s too expensive, and it’s too difficult. Those are the three elements that I see are problems for golf.”
A NHS study done in 2014 revealed that 1 in 10 people suffer from some sort of back pain.
During the round my cravings go from crisps, chocolate, bacon sandwiches and I normally finish with fish ’n’ chips.